Digital Arts and Design: Audio Production (BS)

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The audio production degree lays a solid foundation for a career in music recording, production, live sound, or broadcast. You'll learn post production, mastering, and mixing. And, at DSU, you'll learn it all with the latest technologies.
 
The audio production program is actually a specialization of the digital arts and design degree. This means you'll take core requirements that will prepare you to work on multimedia design teams and give you opportunities for internships and research. Then, your audio specialization will build on this. In the end, you'll acquire the experience to work in a recording studio or a live concert venue—and everything in between.

Benefits of studying audio production at DSU

Outside of class, audio production students are involved in a number of campus groups and activities. Students can get on-air experience at KDSU, help with live concert set-ups at DSU Live, or host recording sessions in the studio.

Integrated technology

Use of computers is essential for modern audio production. At DSU, we focus on bringing you the latest technology. You’ll learn with professional multi-track digital audio software, equalizers, compressors, and processors. You’ll be trained on digital and analog audio mixers and microphones and digital audio interfaces in our on-site recording studio.

Possible job titles

  • Professional Audio Engineer
  • Media Production
  • Television Broadcast
  • Radio Broadcast
  • Live Sound Production

Next steps

See what classes you’ll be taking with our plan of study.

Schedule a campus visit to meet audio production professors and students in the department and see the campus.

You can always contact us with any questions—or just to talk about what is possible.