Sound Recording Technology
When to Study at ICNYC
Students pursuing a Bachelor of Music in Sound Recording Technology will study in New York City during the fall of their senior year.
Fall Courses Part of ICNYC
3 credits Liberal Arts
There will always be a Fine Arts designated Liberal Arts course offered in NYC. There will always be a Social Science designated Liberal Arts course offered in NYC. Please review the Academic Course section of the ICNYC website to see all courses that are slated to be offered.
ARTH 28400: Art in New York, LA, FA (3 credits).
SOC 24002: Selected Topics in Inequality: Urban Sociology in New York City, LA, SS (3 credits).
2 credits Private Lessons The Dean and current faculty would approve studio professors in New York City. The professor would be assigned to the student.
.5 credits Professional Career Mentoring, PFMJ 19800, NLA This course is designed to allow students to shadow a professional teacher/performer in their professional obligations. Students will attend rehearsals, observe lessons, and attend performances in order to gain an understanding of the teacher's professional life in NYC. This course will substitute for the required repertoire and pedagogy class (PFMJ 19900, also .5 credit) required for on-campus music students.
3 credits Music in New York City, MUMC 21100, LA A seminar designed around music performances such as orchestral, opera, musical theatre, chamber, and new music performances programed in NYC during the semester. Students enrolled in the ICNYC program will attend a planned selection of at least seven performances and meet weekly for preparation, discussion, and reflection. As appropriate students will have the opportunity to attend rehearsals and meet the artists.
3 credits Sound Recording Technology Immersion in NYC, MUMC 41200, NLA Students work with professionals in the field to learn about the music business, including recording studio, mastering studio, and film and television.
1 credit Music Elective: SRT Mini-Course, MUMC 41400, NLA This mini-course will explore special topics related to the ever-changing entertainment industry.This experience substitutes for a major ensemble.
Total credits: 12.5
Students who wish to complete their required internship during the spring of their senior year should speak to Professor Perialas during their junior year. Students should be sure to ask to be considered for special arrangements to complete their senior project.
Practicing at ICNYC
Practicing is not only crucial for your success at Ithaca College, but for your future career. Ithaca College has made arrangements with rehearsal studios in New York City to provide students with amble time for solo practice.
Ready to apply?
The application is available online.