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Music Technology 3 Music

Enrollment in this course is by invitation only

About This Course

This paper provides a pathway and a third level of study for students who have taken Music Technology 1 and Music technology 2 (MUSI 132 and 232). It is designed to provide information and skills of benefit to students in each of Music’s undergraduate degrees, especially in terms of technical studio and creative production skills for composers, songwriters, arrangers, performers and those interested in music production. Audio recording techniques, digital audio signal processing, effects and sound design knowledge and concepts are introduced in detail.

MUSI 332

Students will: Develop self-confidence in the analysis and understanding of music technology and software Develop multidisciplinary approaches to music and information technology Apply theoretical skills to the use of specialist music technology Develop a broad knowledge of digital music production and acquire the skills to critique it Develop studio recording and live sound skills in practical contexts Generate a desire and aptitude for independent lifelong learning.

John Egenes

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John Egenes

John is a Lecturer in Music Technology at the University of Otago.

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Michael Holland

Mike is a Professional Practice Fellow at the University of Otago. Mike also works as a touring live sound engineer and record producer.

Lou Kewene-Doig

Lou is a Professional Practice Fellow at the University of Otago.

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    Jan 01, 2016