Sep 18, 2021  
2018-2019 General Catalog 

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MUSC 6370 - Music for Film, Video, and Games

2 Credit(s)

This course is a practicum-style course covering the technology and techniques used in the composition of music for film, video, and games. Students do not need to consider themselves composers to succeed in this course. Concepts to be studied include knowing and scoring the dramatic arc of a scene, creation of professional MIDI mock-ups, audio mixing of a final product for delivery, file types and proper deliverables, effective interaction and communication with a director, spotting, and use of software sound editing platforms. Students will also learn how to work within the confines of a “package deal” budget, the most common type of compensation they will encounter in the industry. (As Needed) [Graded]

Registration Restriction(s): Music Technology majors only

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