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Last modified at 25/07/2016 14:26 by MacDonald, Grant R
 
UTAS Music Technology Projects
 
 
Content/ Assessment:
Theoretical:
·       Microphone Types & Placement
·       Sound Environment
·       Workplace Health & Safety (WH&S)
·       Editing Processes
Practical:
·       Stereo & Multi-track Recording
·       MIDI Sequencing
·       Mixing, Editing & Mastering
·       Audio for Advertisement Products
·       Remixing & Sampling
·       Sound Design for Vision
Assessment:
·       Class Activities assessed by teacher
·       Ongoing Folio of work assessed by UTAS staff
 
Homework:
·       Recommended 1 hour a week for revision
·       Outside class time to complete audio projects
 
Important Points:
·       Recommended for year 12 Students
·       Previous experience or background knowledge is recommended
·       Solid grounding for acceptance into UTAS Conservatorium of Music Bachelor of Music Degree (Music Technology) or a Bachelor of Musical Arts
 
Students have said:
·       "I now understand that there is so much more to the music industry than just recording things."
·       "It takes a lot of time and effort to create good recording of a song."