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ARP Learning Outcomes

Unit/outcomes
Principles of sound
1.1 Demonstrate an understanding of the language of electronics as it relates to audio
1.2 Explore recordings in a critical manner using musical and recording terminology and techniques
1.3 Determine the acoustic characteristics of a wide range of sound sources and environments
1.4 Demonstrate an understanding of the evolution of recording technology and its impact on culture
1.5 Demonstrate an understanding of hearing, audio safety and general workplace safety as
it pertains to the recording and live sound reinforcement industries
1.6 Explore various music and recording industry paths in audio production
Technology and sound
2.1 Demonstrate an understanding of recording procedures for a wide variety of live and recorded situations
2.2 Demonstrate an understanding of basic sound system components including cabling, mixing boards,
amplifiers, main speakers, monitors and communication systems
2.3 Design and setup a variety of sound systems for various applications including live performance and
recording
2.4 Work co-operatively with organizations in the school and community that can benefit from live sound
reinforcement or recording services
Audio Production and Manipulation
3.1 Manage acoustic environments using eq
3.2 Apply techniques of signal and dynamic processing
3.3 Apply the techniques of editing to an audio recording
3.4 Apply the techniques of mixing and mastering to an audio recording
3.5 Demonstrate an understanding of midi
Colaborative project
4.1 Analyse and develop a project plan, including the definition, scope, roles, resources, steps, and
deadlines for a solution
4.2 Identify, locate and evaluate information, resources and equipment to build and deploy a solution
4.3 Demonstrate the collaborative skills and behaviors required to work with others
4.4 Test, refine and present solution
4.5 Reflect on the solution, process and learning

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