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Electronic and digital music technology is the use of electronic or digital instruments, computers ... Music technology programs train students for careers in "...sound ... Drum machines either play back prerecorded samples of drums and cymbals or .... Many musicians and artists use 'patcher' type programmes, such as Pd, ...

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The MTIID curriculum prepares undergraduates and graduates for careers focusing on electronic composition and performance, sound design and synthesis, ...

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Mar 3, 2017 ... Find out about our London courses :: http://ow.ly/BTDr308C6y5 Get an insight into our Music Production & Sound Engineering courses at Point ...
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Oct 3, 2017 ... BA (Hons) Music Technology Specialist at the University of West London ... theory and techniques essential to the creation of music and audio ...

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Music Technology at NYU will prepare you for a successful career in audio ... artists, and scholars exploring the intersection between technology, music, and ...

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Nov 16, 2018 ... The Music Technology Center houses multiple computer and keyboard labs, digital audio, video, and multimedia suites, and a state-of-the-art ...

www.berklee.edu/careers-music-production-and-engineering

Sound Reinforcement Engineer, Concert Audio Tech ... Radio DJs play music, interact with listeners, interview artists, discuss current events, and more on ...

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Aug 16, 2017 ... Making beats or background tracks for solo recording artists ... Music production programs center around the science of sound, but the classes ...

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College of Liberal and Fine Arts ... *MUS 3103 (Formerly MUS 3153): Audio Technology I (3 hours). Usually the second course taken in the certificate program, Audio Technology I covers fundamentals of recording, playback, and sound ...