Explore creating music in Technology with

Dr. Michael Bratt

Music Technology course offerings will be found under the 4 letter code of MUTC in the course listings.

100—Technology for Musicians (3)

An introduction to notational tools, sound reinforcement, recording, sequencing, video capture/editing and music specific web design and social media.

170—Introduction to MIDI Composition (3)

An application of basic rhythm, meter, melody, and chords through computer controlled sound production systems and MIDI (musical instrument digital interface), which enables the student to produce original compositions.

320 – Audio Recording (3)

Fundamental of acoustics audio recording for all types of instruments and ensembles including microphone selection and placement, acoustical treatments, professional practices and applications in related fields.

330 – Audio Production (3)

Prerequisite: MUTC 320. Production techniques in a variety of styles with an exploration of the roles that production, artists, and finances play in the process from conception to finished recording.

370 –Electronic Music (3)

An emphasis on historical developments, current status, physical concepts, language, and compositional techniques as they apply to synthesized music. Project required.

473 – Special studies in Music Technology (3)

 Spring 2018 Concert Schedule

Feb.4th – New Thread Quartet Composer Readings, Pollard Recital Hall, room 304, 10 am – 12 pm

Feb. 16th – NME Concert, Pollard Hall, Recital room 304, 7:30 p.m.

April 9th – Virginia X Electronic Music Students Composer’s Concert, HCC Digital Auditorium, 7:30 pm

April 14th – Electronic Eagles Music Concert, HCC Digital Auditorium, 7:30 p.m.​

April 19th – MUTC 170 Finals Concert, HCC Digital Auditorium, 7:30 p.m.

April 24th – Composer Ensemble Concert, HCC Digital Auditorium, 7:30 p.m.