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Classical music recording

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI25 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Dejan Pejović

Description:
Stereo microphone techniques. Typical symphony orchestra, instruments and groups. Basic recording setup for individual instruments and orchestra. Multichannel recording, close and distant microphone placement and how they blend together in the mix . Specific requirements related to recording film music.

Learning outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this subject, students will learn the basic frequency ranges for each instrument in the orchestra. They will be able to record small orchestra and individual classical instruments. They will learn microphone placement as they setup actual recording sessions with individual artist and orchestra and acquire basic knowledge off mixing classical music..


Entry requirements: Intermediate knowledge in music recording

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Intorduction to Performance Studies

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Theatre and Radio Directing
Code: UDB47 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 6

Professor: Ivana Vujić

Description:
The aim of this course is introducing students to one of the latest methodologies and theories of performance studies, a young academic (post)discipline which represents an extension, critical examination and redefining of other academic disciplines and their discourses, like culture studies, gender studies, aesthetics, anthropology and theatrology etc.
Content of the course:
1. Introduction to performance studies
2. Performance and/as research or production of knowledge;
3. Performance in the age of culture and pop-culture „terror“;
4. Intercultural performance and postcolonial perspectives;
5. Performance and/as communication;
6. Society of spectacle, social games and public performances;
7. New presentations of body;
8. Performance and/as identity representation, and production of phanstasms;
9. Performance and/as politics;
10. Performance and new market logic ;
Performance in mediatised society; digital and cyber performance;


Learning outcomes:
The course’s outcome is multiple: not only that it trains students for research and theoretical thinking and writing, but it also contributes to the creation of a distinctive school of thought, significant for local context, and capable of following and connecting with latest global trends and literature in the humanities.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Management of electronic media

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Management of Culture and Media
Code: UDD14 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Dr Nikola Maričić, Dr Mirjana Nikolić, Dr Ana Martinoli

Description:
Short description
(50 words) The subject aims to teach students the theoretical, managerial, artistic and technical skills that are required for the management of electronic media.Through the program they are familiar with the mechanisms of functioning and factors (internal and external) that affect media management. The main areas of study are: Management and Managers. Function, level and role of management. Impact factor management. Classification model of radio stations and different types management. The organizational structure of the media - radio stations. Programme management. The normative aspects of modern media management. Human Resource Management. Financial management.


Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes Upon completion of the program, the student is able to manage electronic media and perform managerial duties of the highest authority - manager of the station, station director, editor in chief) and positions in different types of media institutions, the public service through commercial electronic media to civil society.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Recording and sound design of the film and TV 1

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI09 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Ognjen Popić

Description:
Creative-aesthetic approach to the design concept of the sound design, as well as the preparation of specific technical elements of the project in accordance with the requirements of the given form. Included all stages of post-production sound on the movie.

Learning outcomes:
Upon completion of the course the student is expected that, at the professional level, in line with the aesthetic and technical requirements, designs and mixes sound for the most complex film / TV work.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Recording and sound design of the film and TV 2

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI10 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Ognjen Popić

Description:
Creative-aesthetic approach to the design concept of the sound design, as well as the preparation of specific technical elements of the project in accordance with the requirements of the given form. Included all stages of post-production sound on the movie.

Learning outcomes:
Upon completion of the course the student is expected that, at the professional level, in line with the aesthetic and technical requirements, designs and mixes sound for the most complex film / TV work.


Entry requirements: Intermediate knowledge in sound design

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Sound Design for Video Games

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI27 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: UDI27

Professor: Boris Despot, DA; Dobrivoje Milijanović, DA

Description:
A course designed to acquaint the student with the basic principles of sound design for video games, as well as the historical development and evolution of this creative process and the practical techniques it involves

Learning outcomes:
Through the successful completion of the course, the student shall obtain the competences to critically listen and analyse sound design for video games, as well as the capability of fully understanding the process of sound design for simple and complex video games.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3