Master in Recording Arts

Recording arts programs are designed to provide you with knowledge on recording technology that can be used for recording, mixing and editing voice and sounds. A degree in this area of study may lead students to a variety of positions such as sound effects editor, broadcast technician and more. Graduates may get into the entertainment, education or mass communications industries. Career outlook for broadcast and sound engineering technicians looks good according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Jobs for these professionals are anticipated to increase about as fast as the average for all occupations between 2010 and 2020. Employment for audio and visual equipment technicians is also expected to grow by 13% during the same period.

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Recording Arts Programs
Both campus-based and online schools offer degree programs in recording arts. Students in these programs learn how to operate, monitor, and adjust audio and video equipment. They may also get to know how to record music and speech on recording equipment in addition to learning about synchronizing sounds and dialogue with actions in TV and movies.

Students interested in recording technology can work towards the associate, bachelor's or master's degrees. A number of courses are covered in these programs. Students can take classes in recording techniques, analog and digital audio, and mixing and editing among others.

Master in Recording Arts
The ones who already hold an undergraduate degree can pursue the master's programs and get advanced knowledge in recording technology. The master's degree is designed to prepare students for audio application careers in entertainment, mass communications, and arts industries. To pursue this program, candidates must hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited institute. They may also have to submit GRE scores and letters of recommendations and appear for an interview. Other requirements for admissions may vary by school. The curriculum in the master's in recording arts may include topics such as basic elements of sound reinforcement, acoustics, equipment, and mixing techniques. Students can also pursue courses in digital audio workstations, digital signal processing programs, distribution on optical discs and computer-based mediums and more.

Online Recording Arts Programs
Some online schools also offer degree programs in recording arts. The ones who want to switch careers or those who are already engaged in this line of work and want to upgrade their knowledge without giving up their existing work can pursue the online programs. Unlike degrees offered at traditional schools, students in the online degree programs do not have to attend classes at fixed timings. Instead, they can study during the day, evening or night as it may suit them and earn degrees that are required to begin a career in the recording arts field.

Employment Opportunities
Earning degrees in recording arts can be a good idea as jobs for various related professionals such as broadcast and sound engineering technicians are expected to increase during the 2010 to 2020 decade. Candidates who want to benefit from the best job prospects should look for work in urban areas. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for broadcast and sound engineering technicians in 2010 was $39,870.

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