Morning session: July 24-28, 2017 / Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–12 p.m.
Afternoon session: July 24-28, 2017 / Monday–Friday, 1 p.m.–4 p.m.
Room: ESM 070
Miles Friday, Instructor
This one-week course for both middle and high school students will provide insight into the diverse world of electronic music with an emphasis on basic audio technology and software. Students will learn to record, edit, and produce CDs of their own performances, which can be used for auditions, scholarship application, and general promotion. Students will learn about recording technology, editing, sequencing, and mixing audio as well as how to set up a sound system. Students will use audio software including Audacity, Logic Pro, and various plugins and effects, and they will become familiar with a range of audio hardware including MIDI controllers, mixers, microphones, interfaces, and pre-amps. The course will be an introduction to a wide variety of applications in computer music, which will hopefully equip students with resources for successful implementation of music technology in their own careers. Additionally, the course will briefly address the history of recording and music technology, to develop an understanding of how and why certain technology is used. No prior knowledge of recording or programming is needed to be successful in this course, though basic computer skills are encouraged. Limited enrollment.
Tuition: $265 per section
Morning session: CRN 17489
Afternoon session: CRN 17491
- 10% off for ECMS Students enrolled both semesters of current year
- 25% tuition waiver for eligible UR employees
Free lunch in the Student Living Center for all who register for both a morning and an afternoon program.
Limited housing and meals available for high school students who enroll in both a morning and an afternoon program.
Registration deadline: July 1, 2017. After that date, call 274-1400 to verify that space remains.