Music Technology in the Marketplace

Course Number
MB-339
Description

A course that presents the essential elements of technology used for making music, including a brief history of music technology, a discussion of the physical and mathematical natures of various systems, and a presentation of the various families of music technology devices, in both hardware and software realms and analog and digital realms. Principles of development, manufacturing, ergonomics, and artistic validity will be considered, along with underlying principles of acoustics, electronics, and electroacoustics.

Credits
2
Prerequisites
MB-201
Required Of
None
Electable By
MBUS, MPED, and ELPD majors
Major Elective for
Music Business
Semesters Offered
Fall, Spring
Location
Boston
Department
MBUS
Course Chair
Tonya Butler
Taught By
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