MJFC 462. Undergraduate Thesis: Advanced Audio Production I. 3 crs. An advanced study of production methods with an emphasis on studio training in producing multimedia and complete radio programs. Students learn advanced mixing and mastering techniques while creating projects with experimental audio. In-depth study and application of effects processing, dynamics processing, analogue routing and mixing, and mastering are studied. During various critical listening assignments, students will be required to write analysis and commentary. Students will be expected to produce an audio electronic portfolio that contains completed productions including audio for film, radio (commercial and non commercial) and multimedia audio for the web (podcasts, SoundSlides). Prereqs: senior standing, MJFC 330 Media Audio Production and MJFC 340 Scriptwriting.