The Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music is pleased to announce the introduction of ‘Creative Music Technology’ in 2014.
Here is a link to the website:
We invite you to an information night on the 28th of August in – Music
Auditorium – 7.00pm.
Creative Music Technology at the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music is focused on the creative application of technology within professional music, sound, broadcast and multimedia and research contexts.
Students will develop creative and music technology skills for EMPLOYMENT within new media, composition, recording and performance creative industries (sound engineering, computer music, audio-visual production and post-production, mastering, scoring for film and multimedia, audio for games, software development, and multimedia production).
Creative Music Technology fuses the exploration and use of technology through creative approaches of music/sound, and promotes creative outcomes through current technologies; these are studied within the context of their creative applications.
As part of a large and active school of music, Creative Music Technology emphasises the integration of musical and technical skills with a close connection with the Performance and Composition programs, encouraging collaborations that explore new relationships between experimental and traditional approaches to music.
Students studying Creative Music Technology will also have a holistic music education, studying subjects in music theory, history, composition and performance.
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