NYUSteinhardt's Music Technology and Composition Program presents the Interactive Arts Series, a night of electroacoustic music by composers and performers that embrace an eclectic variety of styles and backgrounds.
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Professor Saul Walker, who teaches Electronics Technology I, Electronics Technology II, and Electronics by Computer Simulation, will receive this year's Silver Medal Award from the Audio Engineering Society during their next convention on October 20th, 2011. The Silver Medal Award is "given in recognition of outstanding development or achievement in the field of audio engineering." Read more about this as well as other awards on the AES web site.
Music Technology Masters Students Sarah Gibble and Jeanne Montalvo are to receive AES Educational Foundation Grants for 2011. These awards are given to talented students pursuing graduate studies in Audio Engineering or a related field. Read the full article here .
Women in Audio Mixer When: Friday, October 21st, 5:30-7pm Where: Javits Center, Room 1A03 Coming to the AES convention in NYC? Please join SWiTCH (Society for Women in TeCHnology) at the Javits Center on Friday, October 21st for a mixer you won't want to miss. We are the Society of Women in TeCHnology, celebrating and supporting women in audio! At 5:30, you can come meet and mingle with some amazing women in the industry, or just take a break from the day's events right before the Heyser Lecture. We will have some snacks, and you can also hear about some of the exciting things we are planning including starting a mentoring program for women in all aspects of audio. SWiTCH empowers women to succeed in technology related fields, be it academic or professional, with an emphasis on music technology and the industry and arts professions. Come share ideas, network, or just relax after a day of workshops or working the exhibit floor. Again, we will be at the Javits Center, 5:30-7pm on Friday, October 21st Room 1A03! Open to all, so see you there!
The 131st AES Convention is being held here in New York City from October 20th-23rd, at the Javits Center. The Saturday of the convention, October 22nd,the Music Tech Department will be hosting an AES Student Social on the 6th Floor, from 7-10 pm. You'll get to meet students from over the world, eat food, and listen to some good music. The cost will be $5, and you can pay and pick up your tickets the week of the AES convention.
Music Technology Alumni Band Anamanaguchi continues to make great strides. After being asked to score the soundtrack to the video game for "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World," they continue to receive positive reviews and accolades. Check out http://culture.wnyc.org/articles/music-hub/2010/sep/23/gig-alert-anamanaguchi/ to read a review and gig promotion of the band from WNYC.
Undergraduate music tech students Eric Xu and Ja-Ann Wang both received awards at this year's AES conference for their submissions to AES's student recording competition. Eric Xu received the Bronze award for the Traditional Acoustic Recording category, and Ja-Ann Wang received an honorable mention in the Sound for Visual Media category. Congratulations to both students!
Check out this interview by Cycling '74 with Music Technology Professor Dafna Naphtali, where she discusses her compositions and how she uses MaxMSP to realize them.
Guest Speaker: Miller Puckette
Full Story: here.
- Performance by: Maile Colbert - Co-composition: Rui Costa - Vocal performance: Manuela Barile - Underwater sound and video recordings: Andrea Parkins, Rui Costa, Maile Colbert - Production residency: Binaural www.binauralmedia.org
The Summer Institute of Music Technology for High School students is celebrating its second year. Students from around the country, and around the world, will be participating in the progam July 6-17. http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/music/technology/programs/summer/high_school
New York University’s program in Music Technology unveiled today its new James L. Dolan Music Recording Studio, a 7,500 square foot multifunctional teaching, recording, and research space designed by Gensler and the Walters-Storyk Design Group. One of the most technologically advanced audio teaching facilities in the United States, the new facility greatly enhances the existing 12 studios which house the Music Technology program of NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. The studio is located on the sixth floor of 35 West 4th Street. For more information, click here .
Mix Magazine's website has published a great story about the new James L. Dolan Music Recording Studio and 6th Floor Facilities. See the article here .
The New York University Music Technology program announces its podcast, which describes the program and several of the courses we offer. Access the podcast here (you must have iTunes to access it).
The Society of Women in TeCHnology (SWITCH) held its inaugural session Tuesday night (3/9) at the NYU Music Technology Program’s new facility within the Steinhardt School’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions. For the full article, visit Sonic Scoop . To visit the homepage for the Society of Women in TeCHnology, click here .
Our new James L. Dolan Music Recording Studio is on the April 2010 cover of Mix Magazine. See the online edition at: http://digital-edition.mixonline.com/ The full article is on page 18. For more information and photos of this new facility, please visit: http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/music/technology/facilities/studios/6th_floor
This Friday, May 21st through May 23rd there will a Music and the Moving Image film scoring conference taking place in the Steinhardt building (35 W 4th St.). For more information please visit: http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/music/scoring/conference/