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Seminar in Music technology

(1 1 cr.) - Session(s): Fall | Course Odd-Numbered Years Only

An introduction to music technology software and hardware, acoustics, digital audio, keyboard-based sequencing, and notation software.  Lab activities will place an emphasis on the operation and components of the typical MIDI and digital audio.  Students will gain a working knowledge of electronic sound systems, instrument and vocal amplification systems, recording and streaming systems, and individual and classroom music education instructional tools.  Students will complete independent projects in areas such as digital audio. music notation, sequencing, and incorporating music education technology pedagogy tools in a classroom setting.  Prerequisties: MUS 202 and MUS 203.

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(919) 760-8593