TVRA 125 - Audio Production Techniques
Basic theory, equipment, and procedures used in audio production for radio, television, and film sound recording. Hands-on projects allow students to learn the operation and application of digital and analog audio equipment and editing software common to all fields of communication. Assessment Level(s): ENGL 101 /ENGL 101A , READ 120 . Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory each week. Formerly TR 131.
4 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Please check with the department for the specific course outcomes.
- Identify parts of the console and their function.
- Demonstrate proficiency in operation of various audio consoles.
- Demonstrate appropriate adjustments based on audio meter levels observation.
- Identify the parts of a sound wave.
- Relate sound waves to radio waves and audio.
- Identify issues related to sound wave.
- Identify parts of CD player.
- Operate CD player and coordinate operation with audio console.
- Analyze and use the various basic functions of the DAW.
- Perform correct audio levels adjustments to the DAW.
- Perform specific settings adjustments on computer workstation.
- Identify/operate reel to reel tape player/recorder.
- Identify and describe cart machine operation.
- Identify and describe turntable operation.
- Identify and describe cassette machine operation.
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