School of Music
Modesto A. Maidique Campus
Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center
Music Technology 2017-06-22T16:08:37+00:00

A Degree in Music Technology

The Music Technology program at FIU closely collaborates with the Composition Program. These collaborations include producing the New Music Miami ISCM Festival that features distinguished guests from through the U.S.A. and world in at least nine concerts as well as many lectures and master classes.

 

B.M. in Music Technology

The B.M. in Music Technology track is designed for candidates who have a background in music (instrumental or vocal), and who are also interested in computers, mathematics, or physics.  Performance on a traditional instrument or voice is required.  Also, a basic working knowledge of music software such as Finale, Sibelius, Logic, Ableton, and Pro Tools is highly desired.  Most Music Technology majors will begin with Electronic Music I (MUC 2301) and continue through the sequence of music technology courses as well as physics and computer science courses.

Audition Requirements

Audition Dates

Do You Have Questions?

Contact Our Coordinator of Music Technology

Dr. Jacob Sudol

(305) 348-0109

jacob.sudol@fiu.edu

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M.M. in Music Technology

The M.M. with a concentration in Music Technology requires 36 hours past the Bachelor’s degree for completion of the degree. Graduate students in the program have a required summer semester serving as an intern at a national or international music technology company. The culmination of a student’s work at FIU is the thesis project, which is a major technological undertaking. This thesis may take the form of creating new music software, music hardware, an audio installation, or interactive digital media. Most graduate Music Technology majors will begin with Electronic Music III and continue through the sequence of music technology courses, although the exceptional student may enter in Computer Music Seminar I.

 

Audition Requirements

Audition Dates

Do You Have Questions?

Contact Our Coordinator of Music Technology

Dr. Jacob Sudol

(305) 348-0353

jacob.sudol@fiu.edu

WPAC 145C