Music schools/coursesprograms, certificates, diplomas and degrees (On campus, Online or On-site)
Total 200 training courses/programs at schools in Tucson, AZ, USA
Phone No.: (520) 621-2211
Phone No.: 928-523-9011
This post-baccalaureate program of study is designed for students who wish to focus on an applied curriculum in order to enhance their individual performance skills. According to Graduate College policy, students may pursue certificate programs before or after work on a master’s degree. This flexible curriculum allows students to customize much of the coursework to meet their individual performance goals.
With several specific emphasis areas, students earning this Masters degree engage in a program of study that prepares them for an array of paths and career choices in the field of music. Candidates in this program enhance and develop their artistic and intellectual skills, leading them to teaching careers in public schools, arts academies, and community colleges; to performing careers in professional symphonies, wind groups, choruses, and opera companies; and to a continuation of their academic path in leading doctoral programs across the country.
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Phone No.: (520) 206-4500
Operation, scope, and career opportunties in the music business. Includes focus on the record industry, environmental music, uses of music in radio, telecommunications and film, and career options.
Introduction to producing music with Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) configurations and WAV sounds. Includes concepts in acoustics and music synthesis, use of hardware and software, music notation software, music sequencing software, and documentation of projects. Also includes computers, printers, and keyboard controller.
Movement and singing to enhance projection and communication capabilities in musical theater. Includes exercise in stage movement, staging and memorization of scenes, performance and musical theater, and reevaluation and practice.
Fundamental techniques applied to film music in motion pictures, television, video, and the new media. Includes the history of film music, the director and the producer, editing, the script, role models and temp tracks, spotting the film, budgets and schedules, developing the concept, timings and the cue sheet, composing, and recording. Also includes dubbing the final mix, electronic and contemporary scoring, scoring for different styles and genres, use of song in film, specialized themes, and the business of film scoring.
Economic, legal, and financial aspects of the music and recording industry. Includes recording artist contracts; foreign record deals; copyright in sound recordings; independent record producers; record clubs and premiums; labor agreements; music videos; record covers, label, and liner notes; and agents and managers. Also includes licensing of recordings for motion pictures; counterfeiting, piracy, and bootlegging; trade practice regulation; copyright in the United States; songwriter contracts; copyright infringement; and music and the movies.