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Music Technology

Bachelor of Music in Music Technology


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Holly Newsome
Admissions Coordinator
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The Bachelor of Music in Music Technology is designed for students who desire careers creating, composing, arranging, and performing music with technology as their primary instrument. The curriculum provides opportunities for development of foundational musicianship skills, training in a diversity of musical styles, and integration of technology in live performance settings. Students will collaborate across areas within the School of Music while fine tuning their ability to use a Digital Audio Workstation and related technologies to fully realize their creative goals.

Students who major in Music Technology take applied music lessons on the primary instrument of Digital Audio Workstation and should follow audition requirements for the Digital Audio Workstation (DAW).


Keith Mason 

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    Students are able to take various courses in music technology so that they can be well prepared for the music industry upon graduation. Our Music Technology labs in Wilson Music Building are outfitted with equipment to use during music technology or commercial composition and arranging classes. Students may use these labs for class-related projects.

    The software used in instruction are Logic Pro X, Ableton "LIVE Suite 10", Finale, numerous virtual instruments and sample libraries from Spectrasonics, Native Instruments, EastWest, and many others.