Music Technology

Associate in Science Degree

Electronic Music

(P2171)

The Electronic Music program introduces students to the history, equipment and techniques of composing, arranging and performing music using electronic technology. Students learn theory and have hands-on experience with analog and digital technology, MIDI sequencing and general MIDI sampling, sound output systems and audio recording. Students use computer based technology to create musical compositions and learn techniques and application of software programs dealing with music recording, notation, sound editors and sound libraries.

For more information about the Electronic Music program, visit the Music website.

Associate in Science Degree

Music Recording

(P2170)

The Music Recording program introduces students to the equipment and practices used in the recording of contemporary music. Students explore multi-track and live recording techniques with hands-on use of both analog and digital recording equipment. In addition, students learn the application of industry standard hard disk recording and editing software.

For more information about the Music Recording program, visit the Music website.