Music Technology Studios
Bowling Green State University’s College of Musical Arts is home to an expanding, diverse music technology program. Students involved in music technology explore analog and digital audio techniques, computer music programming, experimental audio/animation, real-time interactive performance systems and recording techniques. Students interested in commercial recording can pursue a minor in Recording Technology.
The music technology facilities boast state-of-the-art equipment, including ProTools|HD, Genelec monitoring with 5.1 and flexible 10.2 capabilities, DVD-ram facilities and other dedicated audio and multimedia hardware and software. The Macintosh-based studios support varied commercial and artistic activities including digital and analog recording, digital editing, processing and mixing, MIDI sequencing and sampling, multi-media design including video and animation, music programming and more.
Each year the CMA produces technology-related concerts, hosting guests and presenting music created by faculty and students. Many concerts incorporate real-time interactive performance systems, video art and multi-media.
BGSU music technology instructors include Mark Bunce, Mikel Kuehn, and Elainie Lillios.
There is a Master’s level graduate assistantship available in music technology for 2006-07, as well as a position at the doctoral level for qualified students. Information is available online about the master’s program, doctoral program and the assistantship.