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MUS 325 - Mix Listening I


3.0 Credit(s)
Lecture 3
Lab/Clinical 0
Mix Listening I provides students with an introduction to the mixing process and develops the ability to hear and identify the key features of a well-balanced, professional-sounding mix. Through regular ear-training drills, analysis of recordings, and comparative studies of different styles of mixing. Students learn to identify mix width and depth, frequency range, dynamics and the different approaches used in various musical genres as well as mixing techniques including panning, reverb, delay, compression, chorus, and distortion. The course also explores various types of instruments and arrangements as well as the basic acoustic theory that will help turn a normal listening space into a more critical listening environment.
Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in MUS 305 - Introduction to Audio  and MUS 306 - Digital Audio Production I .



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