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Sound Recording Technology Minor

Sound Recording Technology Minor

The Music Department offers the collaboratively-designed Sound Recording Technology minor exclusively for Electrical Engineering and Computer Science majors. This minor is designed to assist in the development of qualified individuals to enter the recording industry as maintenance technicians (for recording studios, television and radio stations, equipment distributors, video houses, sound reinforcement and systems design companies) and careers in audio engineering research and development.

The sequence of study focuses on providing the student with practical knowledge of the function and usage of audio and video equipment, equipment maintenance and design theories and applications, theory of audio equipment, and basic music skills. The student is introduced to artistic concepts and applications of audio and music synthesis and production, while being taken through advanced concepts in audio theory. The minor culminates with a research project in hardware design, including the building of a prototype of the design project.

The Sound Recording Technology minor consists of 23 credits. 

Required Courses (17 credits)

Elective Courses (6 credits)

Choose from the following:

For additional information contact the Department of Music.