Music Technology

Music Technology Elective Courses

Music Technology elective courses offers student the opportunity to explore music creation using the latest in technology and new media. Students explore different facets of music creation, providing them with a comprehensive knowledge of the latest techniques and technologies available in digital sound. Students learn to produce and record music, create original compositions using technology, work with multi-channel audio, understand the basics of software programming, work with a variety of music interphases, and develop their own software applications. Students learn to work with a variety of software including Logic, Ableton Live, MAX/MSP, and Native Instruments among others. Students have the opportunity to engage in recording projects, and live performances of their works every semester.  

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Coleen Petersen
Music Department
1000 Hempstead Avenue Public Square 220 Rockville Centre, New York 11571-5002

516.323.3320

cpetersen@molloy.edu

Lora Heller, MT-BC, LCAT
Special Projects Coordinator for Music Therapy


516.323.3336

lheller@molloy.edu