Composition Skills (PRD-313) - ACM
21 Jul 2015

Composition Skills (PRD-313)

Students will develop an understanding of music theory and song writing skills. Students will use DAWs (e.g. Logic) when demonstrating recording principles within song creation or integration of various media formats (genre-specific, games, advertisements etc.). DAWs will also be used as composition tools to develop ideas such as melody lines, score editing, VST instruments, video integration and basic synthesis skills.

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