RTV312 - Advanced Digital Audio

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Subject Title
Advanced Digital Audio

Subject Description
Building on the foundation laid in RTV 212, this subject will focus on Advanced Digital Audio techniques and will include surround sound and 5:1 mixing, utilizing ProTools HD and other tools. With guest lectures and production sessions with award winning producers, students will gain knowledge and understanding of how advanced digital audio can be applied to modern radio and music production.

Credit Status
Broadcasting - Radio Diploma Program

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Utilize strong digital production practices and techniques, to produce advance audio productions.
2. Use the Protools LE audio work station to produce a number of production elements, 5:1 Mix, Beat Edit and Long Form Production.
3. Apply time saving production tips and time management techniques to better utilize production time.
4. Identify the most appropriate available technology to complete the task.
5. Deal with equipment, software and tools correctly and ethically to complete routine tasks.

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Accommodation for Students with Disabilities
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