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10 Best Colleges For Music Technology Degrees

10 Best Colleges For Music Technology Degrees

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) The music industry has changed in the last couple of decades. Now, it's all about music recording technology, often called audio engineering. If working behind the scenes to create amazing music is your "calling," then you will want to get into a music technology program that will set you apart from your competition. Here are what are generally considered to be top schools for that purpose.

  1. Belmont University

Located in Nashville, Tennessee, home to the launch of almost every country music artist in the U.S., Belmont has a long history in producing superior Audio Engineering technicians, offering both a BA and a BS in this field of study. In terms of great practical experience. BU runs a "Curb Café" where students can practice their expertise in real concert venues.

  1. Elon University

Elon is a private university located in North Carolina. It offers six programs of study, with several degree options in each. The music technology program crosses lots of boundaries, from musical theater to engineering, composing, and more. Students get practical experience working with performing groups right on campus.

  1. Indiana University

Indiana's Jacobs School of Music offers it all. Students of audio engineering technology begin their program with hands-on experiences from day one, with assignments that are project-based, requiring recording, mixing, building, and fixing audio electronics. In all, students will have 1000+ hours of audio engineering experience by the time they graduate.

  1. Berklee College of Music

Located in Boston, MA, it is the most prestigious music school in the country. Admissions to its Music Production and Engineering Program, a student must successfully complete one semester in general music education. The campus boasts 16 production facilities with everything from a scoring state to a full mastering suite. Berklee has the latest technology in place, which makes it graduates in high demand.

  1. McNally Smith College of Music

McNally is located in St. Paul, Minnesota, and offers a BS in Music Production. The school has 11 recording studios and 6 high-tech labs for project-based coursework. One unique feature of McNally is that it offers a two-year program for students who are in a hurry to get out into the music tech world.

  1. Middle Tennessee State University

This school boasts a $15 million mass communication center with recording, mixing, mastering, digital dubbing, and post-production studios. Because this is a state school, students have to take all of the general education requirements and declare a minor. If you struggle with general coursework, especially the essay and paper assignments, getting help is not shameful. Find a writing service where you can buy research papers from experts. When you do graduate with your audio production degree, you will join such individuals who are executives Sony and Universal Music.

  1. The Blackbird Academy

Another audio engineering tech school in Nashville was founded by country singer Martina McBride. Its studios have been used by the like of Sheryl Crow, not to mention its collaboration with Clair Global, an enterprise that most musical technology students have certainly heard of. Students will get their hands-on experience with actual sound equipment used by the professionals.

  1. San Diego State University

Students who are accepted to this program will participate in the production of upwards to 300 concerts a year as a part of the professional tech crew. The program is hands-on, as most exceptional music technology programs are. Related coursework can include film scoring, music-related software coding, and composition.

  1. New York University Steinhardt

One of the big pluses of NYU Steinhardt is amazing internships at Universal Records, Radio City Music Hall, Madison Square Gardens, and more. Every student has an internship at some point during their last two years. The program offers courses in music technology, as well as related courses in business, composition, and more.

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  1. University of Miami

While this school sports a top-rated music engineering program, it has other requirements of its students. They must master an instrument and participate in ensemble playing throughout their program. Coursework includes everything from studio work to software engineering.

Keep in mind that most musical technology students need a four-year degree to be competitive. This will require lots of coursework beyond the tech and internships. So, if you decide to apply, make sure you`re ready to start this journey.

Author Bio: Mark Blackwood is a frequent contributor to a number of website blogs, covering a wide range of topics of current interest. He has a passion for research and writing, claiming that it keeps him relevant in a rapidly-changing world. In his "other life," Mark plays the guitar with a local band and is active in exotic animal rescue efforts.






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