b'fundamentals in theory andlighting. Topics include basicThis course continues practice. Topics include:design, color theory, types ofinstruction in concepts and principles of audio electronicsinstruments, power distribution,technical skills required for live and the decibel scale;control and safety, properevent sound reinforcement. electromagnetic induction;hanging, connection, focus, andTopics include advanced sound power, ground, and amplifiers;control of instruments. Uponsystem setup and operation, in-core concepts in digital audio;completion, students should bedepth operation of program and console and DAW signal flow,able to explain basic concertmonitor consoles, System E.Q., routing, and gain staging;lighting, color theory, andand flown speaker arrays. Upon microphone and loudspeakerinstrumentation, and to properlycompletion, students will be able principles and applications;set up a variety of instruments.to design, set up, and operate signal processing, including(3,2,2)large-scale sound systems in compression and equalization.various venues. Prerequisite: C Class meetings consist ofLVT 1211 - Criticalor better in LVT 1123 (3,1,4) lectures, demonstrations, andListening I hands-on training. UponLVT 1233 - completion, students should beCredit(s): 1Entertainment Law able to describe and demonstratean applied understanding of the This course focuses onCredit(s): 3 principles of audio electronics. developing critical listening (4,2,4) skills, with particular emphasisThis course provides an on engineering analysis withinintroduction to legal aspects of LVT 1123 - Live Soundthe context of the popular musicthe entertainment industry. Production Imix. Topics include:Topics include performance psychoacoustics of the criticalrights, songwriting and personal Credit(s): 3listening environment;appearance contracts, copyright engineering techniques such aslaw, trademarks, and the like. This course introduces thebalance, panning, EQ, reverb,Upon completion, students concepts and technical skillscompression, delay and time- should be able to explain the required for live event soundbased effects; instrumentbasic elements of a contract, reinforcement. Topics includeidentification; and stylisticrecognizing, explaining, and the operation and inter- comparisons of engineering andevaluating elements of law that connection of components of amix techniques. In-classpertain to entertainment. (3,3,0) basic sound system, includinglistening analysis and concepts consoles, amplifiers, speakers,are reinforced through out-of- LVT 1243 - Sequencing processors and microphones.class critical listeningfor Music Production Upon completion, studentsassignments. Upon completion, should apply the concepts of livestudents should be able identify Credit(s): 3 sound reinforcement and set upand describe balance, panning,and operate a small to medium- EQ, reverb, compression, delay The Sequencing Technology scale sound system for a liveand time-based effects, course explores the use of event. (3,1,4)instruments, and mixing styles. MIDI-based hardware and Prerequisite: C or better in LVT software in music production, LVT 1133 - Concert1114 (1,1,0) live performance, and studio Lighting Icontrol. This course provides an LVT 1223 - Live Soundopportunity to study and explore Credit(s): 3Production IIvarious electronic instruments and devices. Emphasis is placed This course is an introduction toCredit(s): 3on fundamental MIDI the technical aspects of concertapplications and 370'