With increased accessibility of digital recording equipment at a reasonable cost to the general public, the demand for knowledge and training in this area has increased in recent years. Not only may students use recording equipment in their own studios, they can also make a career choice in that direction. Career choices may include, but are not limited to, sound engineer, recording engineer, audio engineer, sound/video editor, multimedia publisher, radio program director, disc jockey, engineer mixer.
Upon completion of the program of study students shall:
- Write, edit, mix, and record music using current software and hardware;
- Compose, notate, and print engraver quality sheet music;
- Apply technological skills to various music disciplines;
- Perform individually and in ensembles.