BGSU Electroacoustics

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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. 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.

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BGSU current students, alumni, and faculty at the 2016 SEAMUS Conference in Statesboro, GA.
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BGSU graduate student Brian Sears working with SPLICE Ensemble member Sam Wells.
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Graduate student Jason Charney's "Singing Bowls" installation at SEAMUS 2016.
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BGSU graduate students and faculty visit Greece for performances at the 2014 International Computer Music Conference.
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BGSU Alums Tim Harenda and Jon Fielder named 2016 ASCAP/SEAMUS Student Commission Finalists.