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Music technology

 

Music technology


Music Technology ( English : Music Technology ) is a term that refers to all forms of technology involved in musical arts, especially the use of electronic devices and computer programs to facilitate playback, recording, authoring, storage, analysis, and performance. [1] This subject is taught at several educational levels, from pre-university education to institutes and colleges, and as an academic specialization at the university level. Music technology (meaning producing music using software or electronic devices) first appeared in the mid-1980s, specifically at New York University, which launched the Department of Music and Electronics Joint Master's Program in Music and Technology in 1986. Music Technology includes the technical and scientific aspects of music such as acoustic science, programming, musical psychology and sociology, and commercial applications for the music industry.

The concept of music technology is closely related to creative and technical innovation . Authors are constantly striving to invent new forms of expression through music, and to invent new devices that enable them to do so, so our comprehensive definition of what is called music technology is constantly expanding. Although the term is more often used now in referring to modern electronic devices such as Monome. In the computer age, the existential scope of music technology has greatly increased. Now it may be mechanical, electronic, software-based, or purely conceptual.

Applications sequence Music Sequencer Software, as Pro Tools, Logic Audio and others, are considered the most widely used models of contemporary music technology. Such programs allow the user to record live sounds or serial midi music , which are then organized along a timeline. Musical slides (parts) can be copied and duplicated endlessly, and they can also be edited and manipulated using various audio effects.

Music technology includes many forms of music synthesis. Music technology and sound technology are referred to as the use of sound engineering in both commercial, industrial and experimental applications. Sometimes music technology and sound technology may be classified as the same, although the names are interpreted for themselves. However, sound engineering primarily refers to the use of sound technology for media purposes.

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