It’s like the old saying, “How do you get to Carnegie Hall?  Practice, practice, practice.”

Practice is what this class is all about – the only way to truly learn is to do.  Numerous proven methods and techniques have been used by audio engineers over the years, but many of them get overlooked in this modern age of recording.  In Recording Engineering II, students learn these time-tested methods as well as experiment.  You’ll practice miking instruments for various styles of music, experiment with multiple microphone and preamp combinations, learn the proper use of dynamics and effects processors, practice planning and running a recording session as head engineer, practice mixing different styles of music, and much more.  Hands-on is the name of the game.