|MTM 3230||Audio Post-Production|
|Prerequisites||MTM 3110 with grade of C or higher and consent of instructor|
Introduction to the digital audio workstation as the central tool for audio post-production. Emphasis on random access editing for master preparation, applications to the broadcast fields, and related topics. Introduction to audio forensics and digital sign processing for sound reconstruction and enhancement. Introduction to compact-disc mastering. Digital filter theory, time-frequency manipulations, and software for audio post-production are also covered. Three lecture hours and three laboratory hours.