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B.S. in Digital Media & Journalism: Audio: Music Recording

Residential B.S. in Digital Media & Journalism: Audio: Music Recording

Gain hands-on experience while preparing for a career in music recording and sound design as you pursue a B.S. in Digital Media & Journalism: Audio: Music Recording at Liberty University. Here, you’ll learn how to coordinate, mix, and edit audio and music scores for video and film.

Learn how to combine quality sound recording with skills in storytelling and broaden your career marketability.

Due to a partnership with the School of Music, you’ll gain a critical advantage in live music environments. Advance your audio skills in recording individual instruments as well as the collective sound of a band or ensemble.

Beyond the classroom, it’s also possible to gain experience with the university’s radio drama series, “The Encounter.”

Student Media Lab

Housing more than a million dollars worth of equipment, the Student Media Lab is a crucial catalyst for hands-on learning in the Digital Media and Journalism department. Our students have access to industry-standard cameras, audio equipment, lighting gear, and other support equipment – all available for check-out. The student media lab also offers weekly training workshops for various featured equipment. Training is enhanced by the student media lab’s private editing suite that includes coloring stations and access to a variety of editing software.


Academics for the B.S. in Digital Media & Journalism: Audio: Music Recording

Credit Hours

120 total hours

Degree Completion Plan (DCP)

Digital Media & Journalism (B.S.): Audio – Music Recording 

Admission Requirements

View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements

Featured Audio: Music Recording Courses

  • Pro Tools 1 (CINE 271)
  • Fundamentals of Music Prod & Audio Engineering (MUSC 218)
  • Fundamentals of Sound Reinforcement (MUSC 329)
  • Studio Production, Mixing, & Audio Engineering (MUSC 362)

Start Your Career in Audio: Music Recording


Audio: Music Recording Career Opportunities

  • Radio announcer
  • Production manager
  • Sound engineer
  • Production director radio/TV
  • Church media manager
  • Foley artist
  • Utility sound technician
  • Acoustic consultant
  • Mastering engineer
  • Sound editor
  • ADR mixer
  • Sound design
  • Dialogue editor
  • Dialogue assistant
  • Dialogue re-recording mixer
  • Sound effect editor
  • Sound effect assistant
  • Supervising sound editor
  • Production mixer
  • Production recorder
  • Boom operator