New York University Summer Institute of Music Production Technology

 

Overview

Through class lectures, labs and individualized studio time, students learn the fundamentals of music technology and audio engineering. The curriculum covers music studio formation; signal representation and synthesis; MIDI and sequencing; sound recording in analog and digital, single and multitrack; and editing, mixing and postproduction. Participants learn to use ProTools and Reason software and work in small groups on a project of their choice, with assistance from graduate students. Other activities include trips to recording and postproduction studios, concerts and audio installations, Broadway shows, tours of New York City and evenings with experts in the music technology field.

General Info

Name New York University Summer Institute of Music Production Technology
Location New York, NY
Year-round Contacts 212-998-5141
Program Focuses & Features Media, Music Technology
Grade Range (rising grades) 11-12
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 16-18
Application Deadline April
Director Kenneth J. Peacock, Director
Residential Fee $3418, 2 weeks.
Dates & Sessions 1 session, 2 weeks long

Contact

Kenneth J. Peacock, Director
212-998-5141