Audio Production

Students study how to research, write, edit, record, and broadcast in audio-based media such as radio, music, television, film, and the internet. Topics include the equipment and programs used in audio production, the use of sound effects and music, voice-overs and narration, audio mixing, and news and sports broadcasting. Students will record and broadcast public-service announcements, news reports, sports broadcasts, music productions, and other productions contained within the field. This course requires of the student a two-hour shift on the campus radio station. Fall.

Upon completion, students will be able to:

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Credit hours: 3.0

Additional Prerequisites / Conditions:

Last updated: 08/03/2022