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EEET 261: Fundamentals of Audio Engineering

This course provides a fundamental study of the technology and practice used in recording, editing, mixing, production, and distribution of sound. Topics include microphone types, selection and application; the mixing console, mixing techniques and introduction to Signal Processing equipment and associated techniques, an introduction to the concepts relating to digital audio technology such as sampling, the Nyquist theorem, alias frequencies, quantization, dynamic range, compression and their applications will be covered. Topics include basics of digital audio, session creation, importing media, introduction to MIDI, recording techniques, editing, mixing, and mastering.

Prerequisite: 
MATH-111 Precalculus
Class: 
3
Credit: 
3