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MUSI2148 Music Technology II: Cultural Study of Music Production (opetuskieli englanti) 3–5 ECTS
Periods
Period I Period II Period III Period IV
Language of instruction
English
Type or level of studies
Intermediate studies
Course unit descriptions in the curriculum
Musicology
School of History, Cultural Research and Art Studies

General description

Time: II periodi Wednesdays 12-14 starting 28.10.2015.

Paikka: Hovi lecture hall, Sirkkala

General Description:Throughout history technologies and their development have played a major role in how we make, listen, experience and think about music. Especially the emergence and development of music technologies in the 20th century, such as audio recording, multi-track music production, portable listening devices and most recently digital technologies have revolutionized the ways in which we relate to music, in terms of both production and consumption. The course offers a cultural approach to the study of music technology. The focus of the course will be on music production, production culture and the production studio, but spreads into related areas such as the music industry and music consumption.

Participation: Lectures, readings, seminar discussions and essay

Enrolment

Registration via e-mail to tuomas.a.auvinen(at)utu.fi. The deadline for registration is 21.10.2015. When you register please state your name, student number and major. The maximum number of participants for the course is 34.

Teacher responsible

Tuomas Auvinen

Teaching

28-Oct-2015 –

Evaluation

Numeric 0-5.

Further information

LANGUAGE OF TEACHING IS ENGLISH