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The nationally prominent Bachelor of Music in Music Technology degree program at UCM is housed primarily in the UCM Center for Music Technology. From audio production and live sound reinforcement to composition, sound design, programming, and live performance with technology, students in this program enjoy expert training in a wide variety of artistic activities located at the intersection of music, audio, and cutting-edge technology. Graduates of this program are working in the music industry across North America and abroad.
See the links below for more information about this degree program.
Recent news from the Center for Music Technology:
- Internationally acclaimed composer, scholar, and producer Dr. Andrew Cole will join the UCM Center for Music Technology faculty in Fall 2014. Dr. Cole recently returned from a year in New Zealand, where he was a Fulbright Scholar, and has previously taught at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and the Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins University.
- Graduating senior and Kansas City native Anthony Vitale was named the 2014 Outstanding Music Technologist by the Department of Music.
- UCM's team took third place in the 2014 Shure Fantastic Scholastic Recording Competition! This annual competition equips ten teams from across North America with an extensive locker of Shure microphones and requires each team to produce a song using only those microphones. The UCM team this year recorded an original song, "Canary in the Mine," by UCM Music Technology alumnus Jake Briscoe, with his group, Jake Briscoe and the Moonlighters. The students on this year's team were Grant Conrad, Corey Dyer, Alex Garnett, Cameron Porter, and Anthony Vitale. To listen to their prize-winning recording, click below:
Music Technology Alumni: A list of a few UCM Music Technology graduates with contact info/email.
The University of Central Missouri has a student chapter of the Audio Engineering Society (AES). Like their page on Facebook to find out more about music technology activities and events at UCM!
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