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« on: July 06, 2022, 10:52:53 pm »

Music Technology, by Julio d’Escriván

It is difficult to know exactly when electronic music became part of university curricula, but it was probably as early as the 1960s, at least at graduate level. However, we can safely say that "music technology" as a subject, or as the title of a course, is a fairly recent development. The term probably began to be used in the late 1990s and has only become a standard feature of the higher education on offer in the 2000s. There are a great number of music technology courses all over the world. In Great Britain alone there are, at the time of writing, around eighty-three higher education institutions that offer BA Honours degrees in some aspect of music technology: creative music technology, sound technology, music production, music and sonic arts, and many other variations. The subject is popular and encompasses a wide variety of topics, including sound synthesis, composition, sonic art, electronic music, music for media, computer music and many others.

Would Brahms have approved, we wonder . . .

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