MUSI 3394. DIGITAL MUSIC TECHNOLOGY. 3 Hours.
An introduction to the computer and to its use in the field of music. Topics include basic computer operation, information-management software, computer-assisted instruction in music, and music notation and sequencing software, MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface).
The Department of Music offers the Bachelor of Music degree (1) in preparation for E.C -12 teacher certification; (2) in Performance (woodwind, brass, percussion, keyboard, strings, or voice); (3) in Theory; (4) in Composition; (5) in Jazz Studies; (6) in Music/Business; and (7) in Audio Production and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Industry Studies. Music students must meet all the requirements of one of these specializations to receive the Bachelor of Music degree. All degree plans leading to a Bachelor of Music degree include offerings which provide a solid foundation in music theory, history, and literature and require a concentration in a specific instrument/voice. The music department also offers a Bachelor of Arts in Music Industry Studies that requires the student to meet all of the requirements for that specialization.