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Music Technology

professor erik jekabson, trumpet

professor erik jekabson, trumpet

TEC100
Introduction to Music Technology
2 credits, 2 hours lecture/lab
An introduction to software tools available for sequencing, sampling, scoring/music notation, simple recording and production. This course also covers software and web-based services that assist with developing skills in basic musicianship. Introduction to Music Technology serves as a prerequisite for Basic Recording Techniques. Students must own or have access to a laptop computer with Sibelius software (version 6 or higher) installed for use in class.

TEC400
Digital Recording, Editing and Mixing Techniques
3 credits, 3 hours lecture/lab
A one-semester course focusing on recording, editing and mixing techniques using Avid ProTools software. Topics include recording audio, audio editing, using MIDI, mixing, and using audio effects. Students complete several projects over the course of a 15-week semester. Students must own or have access to a laptop computer with Pro Tools software (version 9 or higher, or Pro Tools First) installed for use in class.

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“The CJC provides some of the most in depth study of jazz out there. A core curriculum of not two, but four semesters of jazz ear training and hands on jazz theoryand improvisation, culminating in transcription and analysis of the greatest jazz artists of all time. The teachers are wonderful, organized and communicate concepts in a way that clearly transforms each and every student.”

— Lisa Feldman, CJC Student
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