NEW - Sound Production Recording Minor

Hands-on and project-oriented courses address techniques, philosophy and artistry of Sound Production/Recording. Students learn principles of recording in both the analog and digital domains, receive training on ProTools (the industry standard recording software), study the history of recording and prepare a capstone project.

  • The minor consists of 24 credit hours designed to be completed in two semesters
  • All majors are welcome (pending an interview process)
  • Courses are held in the fully-equipped Department of Performing Arts Technology Lab

Sound Production/Recording Minor (24 credit hours)

Required Courses - 19 credit hours
MUSC 4820 - Pro Tools 101 (2) Fall
MUSC 4821 - Pro Tools 110 (2) Spring
MUSC 3820 - The Art and Science of Recording I (3) Fall
MUSC 3821 - The Art and Science of Recording II (3) Spring
MUSC 3720 - Analog Audio (2) Fall
MUSC 3721 - Live Sound in the 21st Century (2) Spring
MUSC 3722 - History of Recording (2) Fall
MUSC 4995 - Capstone Project (3) Spring

Elective Courses - 5 credit hours 
MUSC 1911 - Introduction to Music Technology (1) Fall & Spring
MUSC 3723 - Field Recording/Sound for Picture (2) Fall
MUSC 3724 - Studio Construction (1) Fall & Spring
MUSC 3725 - Alternative Digital Audio Workstations (2) Spring
MUSC 3726 - Creative Lab* (1) Fall & Spring
* Creative Lab may be repeated but only counts toward elective fulfillment once

All courses used toward the minor require a grade of “C” or better

To get started, contact: 

Lindquist College Advisor at 801-626-6631 or by email at cahadvisor@weber.edu

Carey Campbell, Music Area Program Coordinator at 801-626-6790 or by email at careycampbell@weber.edu