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SOUND ENGINEERING
SOUND ENGINEERING

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LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR
AUDIO ENGINEERING AND MUSIC PRODUCTION
LEVEL 5
120 CREDITS
Graduate Profile
A student who has completed this programme will be able to:
Operate a variety of recording studio equipment safely and efficiently.
Demonstrate a variety of studio recording and mix-down techniques.
Choose the most appropriate techniques to record a variety of material.
Initiate, oversee and complete a band demo recording.
Operate a MIDI sequencing software package.
Demonstrate and apply knowledge of basic audio theory in a recording situation.
Demonstrate and apply knowledge of basic Music Theory in a song arranging situation.
Demonstrate and apply knowledge of computer hardware, software and daily maintenance
in a variety of audio, MIDI and word processing situations.
Apply problem solving abilities to new software and equipment using instruction manuals.
Apply appropriate communication skills in a variety of interpersonal, cross-cultural and
electronic media situations.
Apply time management and self direction to achieve goals within a set time limit.
Be capable of continuing study in Audio Engineering to level six.
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Certificate in
AUDIO ENGINEERING AND MUSIC PRODUCTION
Programme Hours
LEVEL 5
120 CREDITS
1200 LEARNING HOURS765 HOURS TUTOR DIRECTED
435 HOURS SELF DIRECTED
 
MODULE ONE – Physics of sound
Self DirectedTutor Directed
A Sound Wave theory
2020
B Sound Perception and Measurement
2020
C Basic Electronics
2020
MODULE TWO – Recording Technology
Self DirectedTutor Directed
A Principles Of Recording
1515
B Mixing Consoles
1515
C Analogue Tape and Noise Reduction
1515
D Digital Recording Technology
1515
E Mixdown
1515
MODULE THREE - Music Production
Self DirectedTutor Directed
A Principles of MIDI
2020
B Music Theory and Song-writing
2525
C Synchronisation and Time Code
1515
D Sampling
1010
E Livesound Equipment
1515
MODULE FOUR - Signal Processing technology
Self DirectedTutor Directed
A Dynamics Processing
1515
B Equalisation
1515C Delay and Reverberation1010
D Modulated FX
1010
MODULE FIVE – Transducers Technology
Self DirectedTutor Directed
A Microphones
1515B Speakers and Headphones1010
MODULE SIX - Computing
Self DirectedTutor Directed
A PC Skills
1010
B PC Hardware
2020
C PC Software
2020
MODULE SEVEN - Communications
Self DirectedTutor Directed
A Studio Communications
1010
B Preparation For Employment
1010
C Tikanga Maori
1010
MODULE EIGHT –Applied Recording
Technology
Self DirectedTutor Directed
A Introductory level Studio Operations
1070
B Basic level Studio Operations
1070
C Intermediate level Studio Operations
1080
MODULE NINE – Applied MIDI Technology
Self DirectedTutor Directed
A Introductory level MIDI Production
1050
B Basic Level MIDI Production
1050
C Intermediate level MIDI Production
1070
TAI POUTINI POLYTECHNIC
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Module 1 - Physics of Sound
60 hours tutor directed
60 hours self directed
UNIT 1 - A
 
Sound Wave Theory
4 Credits
Purpose:
Students completing this unit will be able to describe the physical nature of air and sound, and
be able to apply knowledge of the harmonic series, envelope structures and waveforms to
further study of audio engineering.
Assessment:
Written test
UNIT 1 - B
 
Sound Perception and Measurement
4 Credits
Purpose:
Students who complete this unit will understand how the ear works,
how the
brain interprets each part of the soundfield, how to
protect their hearing and be
familiar with the standard sound level measurements.
Assessment:
Written test
UNIT 1 - C
Basic Electronics
4 Credits
Purpose:
Students who complete this unit will understand the nature
of electricity, series
and parallel circuits, basic electronic measurements and components, and will
beable to complete simple soldering tasks.
Assessment:
Written test
MODULE TWO – RECORDING TECHNOLOGY
80 hours tutor directed
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