What You'll Learn
Through out this three-course certificate, you’ll become familiar with the tools and techniques used by professional audio producers.
You’ll learn to:
- Understand acoustics and studio design
- Engineer multiple track recording sessions using Pro-Tools, signal processors, and processional analog consoles
- Explore creative recording techniques to develop your own sonic style
- Work effectively in a collaborative environment
You’ll practice various roles, including engineer, mixer, producer, and musician throughout the stages of songwriting, pre-production, engineering, and mixing.
This certificate requires the completion of three prerequisite courses:
Equivalent coursework or prior experience will be considered. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief description of related experience and/or education.
Students will be required to work on projects outside of class meetings. All students will have access to schedule time on campus in an audio editing suite to work on their projects. For greater flexibility, it is recommended that students have a personal computer that meets the Pro Tools system requirements, purchase a student license to Pro Tools and iLok License Manager for remote work.
This certificate consists of 24 undergraduate credits which must be taken in sequence.
Advanced Studio and Music Production I - Fall Quarter, 8 credits
Advanced Studio and Music Production II - Winter Quarter, 8 credits
Advanced Studio and Music Production III - Spring Quarter, 8 credits
Learn more about courses in the Academic Catalog