|SOUND TECHNOLOGIES (TURKISH, NON-THESIS)|
|Master||TR-NQF-HE: Level 7||QF-EHEA: Second Cycle||EQF-LLL: Level 7|
|Course Code||Course Name||Semester||Theoretical||Practical||Credit||ECTS|
|STT5004||Advanced Multi-Channel Mixing||Fall||3||0||3||12|
|This catalog is for information purposes. Course status is determined by the relevant department at the beginning of semester.|
|Language of instruction:||Turkish|
|Type of course:||Departmental Elective|
|Mode of Delivery:||Face to face|
|Course Coordinator :||Dr. Öğr. Üyesi YAHYA BURAK TAMER|
Dr. Öğr. Üyesi CEMAL BARKIN ENGİN
Instructor BAKİ GÜNGÖR DUYARLAR
|Recommended Optional Program Components:||None|
|Course Objectives:||The course aims to analyze and practice sophisticated mixing techniques, present in the contemporary musical productions. Along with the improved technical skills, advanced ear training and style appreciation are the priorities of the course.
Students will work on professional projects chosen from a variety of genres, due to their
The students who have succeeded in this course;
I. Analyze current musical productions from mixing perspective.
II. Apply technical knowledge to the aesthetic requirements of different musical genres.
III. Improve communication skills necessary for professional session flow.
IV. Improve problem solving skills.
V. Prepare for mastering.
VI. Attune to different monitoring systems.
VII. Adjust to strict deadlines.
|1st week: Mixing with hardware revisited
2nd week: Genre analysis: Lo-fi
3rd week: Mix 1 Presentation
Genre analysis: Hip-hop
4th week: Mix 2 Presentation
5th week: Genre analysis: Heavy Metal
6th week: Mix 3 Presentation
7th week: Genre analysis: Mainstream
8th week: Mix 4 Presentation
9th week: Genre analysis: Traditional
10th week: Mix 5 Presentation
11th week: Concert Recording mixing
12th week: Mix 6 Presentation
13th week: Jazz & Chamber Music
14th week: Final Project Submission
|Course Notes / Textbooks:||Senior, M. Mixing Secrets for Small Studio; Focal Press: 2011
|Semester Requirements||Number of Activities||Level of Contribution|
|PERCENTAGE OF SEMESTER WORK||% 0|
|PERCENTAGE OF FINAL WORK||%|
|No Effect||1 Lowest||2 Low||3 Average||4 High||5 Highest|
|Program Outcomes||Level of Contribution|
|1)||Have sufficient background and an ability to apply knowledge of music production and engineering to identify, formulate, and solve problems of sound technology.||3|
|2)||Be able to define, formulate and solve problems by choosing and applying appropriate analysis and modelling techniques.||4|
|3)||Have an ability to design or implement an existing design of a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints (realistic constraints may include economic, environmental, social, artistic, health and safety issues depending on the nature of specific design).||2|
|4)||Be able to develop, choose, adapt and use innovative and up-to-date techniques, skills, information technologies, modern tools in the sound engineering domain.||4|
|5)||Be able to design and conduct experiments, as well as to collect, analyse, and interpret relevant data, and use this information to improve designs.||4|
|6)||Be able to function individually as well as to collaborate with others in multidisciplinary teams.||3|
|7)||Be able to recognise the need for, and to engage in the life-long learning as well as a capacity to adapt to changes in the technological environment.||3|
|8)||Have a consciousness of professional and ethical responsibilities as well as workers' health, environment and work safety.||2|
|9)||Have the knowledge of business practices such as project, risk, management and an awareness of entrepreneurship, innovativeness, and sustainable development.||2|