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MUSC-1120-001 Live Sound Workshop
Corequisite: MUSC 1327
Basic sound system operation. Includes mixing boards and microphones. Also addresses solving common problems such as feedback.
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(1 sem hr; 3 lab)
On Campus Course
Each student will demonstrate correct setup, operation and explanation of sound, basic acoustical properties, signal flow, PA equipment setup and operation for live sound reinforcement.
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This class will cover basic the understanding of sound, acoustics, signal flow, PA and studio equipment, setup, and operating/ mixing live sound reinforcement. You will be required to attend at least 2 live sound events outside of class, and we will setup/ operate live sound PA every Tuesday evening in October at the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce for the "Jazztober" concert series. In addition to practical "hands on" activities your grade will be determined from online assignments, quizzes and a final "practicum" PA setup/ verbal explanation. Each student will participate in 2 job shadowing events off campus.
90-100 = A
80-90 = B
70-80 = C
60-70 = D
0-60 = F
The final grade shall not exceed the attendance average.
Events off campus will be required, such as Tuesday evenings at the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce. At least 2 off campus "internships" are also required.
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