MUS 161 (Introduction to Music Recording) is an exciting new course coming to Parkland fall semester 2015.
The purpose of this course is to help students develop a knowledge and understanding of key recording techniques and apply them through hands-on practice in a multi-track studio environment, right here on Parkland’s campus!
Basic audio and recording concepts will be covered, including sound principles; perceptions of direction and space; microphone types, patterns, and placements; console features; effects processing; signal flow; and much more.
This project-based class will enable students to run real recording sessions on campus and learn how to do everything from setting up, tracking, and mixing to mastering a song.
For any questions or more information on the course, please do not hesitate to contact instructor Adam Porter at firstname.lastname@example.org.