Audio Engineering, Computer Music Production and the Music Business
Many students are interested in the behind-the-scenes aspects of music: how to assemble tracks on a computer, how to set up microphones for a drum set, how to do a multi-track recording session or how to set up a musical score on the computer. Other students want to know more about the business end of music: how the record industry works, how to promote your band and how to release your own CD. And everyone needs to how to protect themselves and their songs from some of the not-so-honest people in the music industry.
FCC is the first—and only—college in the area to offer a music major in Commercial Music. You can study all of the topics above and many more in our Music Business and Technology courses. Our faculty has many years of experience as professional engineers and producers. You will have access to a 24-track digital recording studio and our computer music lab. You will learn industry-standard software, including Digital Performer, Finale, and ProTools. And, when you’re finished, you will be able to enter the highly competitive field of music with the knowledge and experience you will definitely need to go to the top.
Courses in the Music Business and Technology area include:
• Audio Engineering (MUS 8)
• MIDI Music Production (MUS 5)
• The Music Business (MUS 111)
• Intro to Finale (MUS 112)
Refer to the current catalog for complete descriptions and requirements for all of the above courses
Last updated: 7/23/2009 12:18:46 PM