Students are introduced to the Concepts of Sound Theory.They will be given an understanding of the Home Studio Setups including selecting the right Equipment. This Module will also give the students an insight into popular industry standard Music Production DAW's Logic Pro and Protools.
Module Length 6 Lectures
Fundamentals of sound / Different Types of Sound Waves in Digital Domain.
Studio setup and Gear Requirement for Home Studio
Introduction to DAW - Logic and Protools
Opening & Saving Projects in Logic X and Protools
The Interface , Browsing and navigation of DAW
Editing, Arranging, mixing down & exporting mp3 and Wave
Students will be introduced to concepts of Sound Synthesis and Music Sound Design by using various parameters of a synthesizer. All Leading Vst Instruments and Plugins from Native Instruments will be covered in this Module.
Module Length 6 Lectures
Introduction to Vst and Samplers
Introduction to the Synthesizer: Basic controls, filters and envelopes and Oscillators.
Library and Preset Management Setups
Choosing, Analyzing and Shaping Sounds (Bass, Pads and Instruments) etc
MIDI FX: Arpeggiator and chord trigger. FX: Reverb Delays Chorus Flanger etc.
Projects are designed to encourage the spirit of collaboration and also harness individuals talent. The students are encouraged to use all facilities available and come up with their own materials in terms of complete mixed and mastered arrangements.
This focuses on real time experience for students which can prepare them for the professional environment.
Assignments are carefully laid out in semesters so that the student’s progress is monitored and analysed for further scope of improvement. Project completed by the students are served as show reels for the students which can be really helpful from a job perspective.
Group project which includes video song which is composed & produced by student.
Examination procedure is an exhaustive preparation module for the students to monitor their progress throughout the length of the course.
It consists of internal exams aimed at preparing the students thoroughly for the Examinations as well as ensuring that their progress is analysed with careful attention.
The Final University exams are held in an approved center consisting of two papers 100 marks each across two days.
1. Sound Theory & Studio Studies
2. Digital Audio & Live Sound
Sound Theory & acoustics
Computer Fundamentals, Cables & connector
Analogue & Digital Audio technology
Signal Processing, Microphones
Speaker, Amplifier & Live Sound
Music theory, Mixing & Mastering
Assignments on Song Editing
Final Project which includes a vocal & live instruments which will be recorded, mixed & mastered by student