Film and Digital MediaFILM 221 Audio Arts and Methods

Explores practices and ethics of listening, noticing and audio recording. Students gain expertise with microphones for field recording, studio set-ups, and digital audio editing software, and create original sound works of their own. The course entwines theory and practice, considering various approaches to audio arts across platforms and contexts such as broadcast, podcast, installation, audio essay, performance, and art as social practice, as well as exploring strategies for sound design for audiovisual works.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Fall, Winter, Spring

Instructor

Anna Friz