Sep 21, 2021  
2021-2022 Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Catalog
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AUDI 312 Principles of Audio Deliverables Mastering and Preservation


Audio design and production does not end with the final mix but rather leads to a series of critical considerations: how to prepare (master/ re-master) the recording for the intended audience; in what format(s) to best deliver the recording; how to ensure the fidelity and integrity of the recorded signal along the way; what of the production process to save for future use; and how to archive and preserve that material. In addition to original production work, many of these considerations apply to the entire legacy of recorded audio, as evidenced by a proliferation of commercial and nonprofit initiatives in audio archiving, preservation, and restoration. This course addresses the essential aspects of audio design and production related to the dissemination and preservation of audio recordings, from delivery (mastering and deliverables) to preservation (archiving, preservation, and restoration). Through readings, investigation and analysis assignments, and in-class lectures, discussions, and demonstrations, students will encounter critical questions, theories, processes, and practices which are necessary and useful in a range of professional applications.

Repeatable: N
Formerly 43-3243
Prerequisites AUDI 221 Multitrack Music Recording I  
Minimum Credits 3 Maximum Credits 3





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