About the Specialization
Undergraduate Music Technology students develop their creative engineering skills through a broad spectrum of classes at the intersection of art and technology. These cover concert production, acoustics, sound synthesis, electronic composition and performance, interface design, audio electronics, interactive media and a number of wide-ranging elective topics. Students become trained artists able to work in any orchestral, ensemble or global music production, including knowing how to produce a concert, manage a stage, understand a sound board and run stage monitor and main audience sound.
Students in the BFA track also take part in digital performance ensembles, such as the Machine Orchestra, Sonic Boom, Creative Electronic Ensemble and Improvisation Ensemble, or groups formed specifically in connection with classes offered by the specialization.
Detailed curriculum and academic requirements can be found in the online course catalog.
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