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ABSTRACT Game development programming environments make use of many of the same sound generation technologies that music technology applications use. There are mechanics for playing, organizing, listening, recording, and manipulating sounds, all of which can be delivered in a controlled environment. By developing the environment in which players interact with…
Sweetwater Editorial Director Mitch Gallagher interviews acclaimed engineer Mick Guzauski. Mick has a huge discography including the most recent Daft Punk album, and has won multiple Grammy awards. Mick talks with Mitch about his history in the music industry, including his work flow and owning his own studio called "Barking…
“And when his hand he had stretch’d forth To mine, with pleasant looks, whence I was cheer’d, Into that secret place he led me on.”1  Venturing across disciplines in musical practice and pedagogy is often seen as a path fraught with peril, yet the scholarly, artistic, and even financial benefits…
Chris Rutkowski, Editor of the Music Business and Industry component of Symposium, conducted this Q & A session with Blair Liikala, Director of the University of North Texas Department of Recording Services in July, 2013. A graduate of Michigan State University, with a degree in Telecommunications, Mr. Liikala engineered at…
Good morning and welcome. It is truly an honor to be invited to give the keynote address for this ground breaking, and long overdue, summit between the College Music Society and the National Association of Music Merchants. I am curious to know how many of you have already visited the…
Sweetwater Editorial Director Mitch Gallagher interviews world-renowned producer, engineer, inventor, and educator George Massenburg. Enjoy the interview, then check out George Massenburg’s line of studio equipment right here.  
Why should musical academe be interested in the music business and industry? As a source of financial resouces? That actually is a pretty good reason, but there are a great many artistic and cultural motivations as well, especially at this moment in time. At the center of these is an…
American University (Washington D. C.) has announced a new Master of Arts degree in Audio Technology and a Graduate Certificate in Audio Production. The degrees supplement the program’s current offerings, a BA in Audio Production and a BS in Audio Technology. In addition to a core set of audio classes,…