Music Production and Technology

 
 


The Bachelor of Music (BM) degree in Music Production and Technology (MPT) is a four year program that incorporates all aspects of the BM degree, along with electronics and acoustics courses from UH's College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture (CETA).  Our small size ensures that students have ample time in the studios with their instructors. Our faculty are active in a variety of areas of the professional audio industry and bring their experiences into the classroom. While all students must pass an entrance audition in classical or jazz styles, the MPT department teaches techniques used in all styles of music recording including pop and rock.  

 

Bachelor of Music, 

emphasis in Production and Technology   


Educating musicians in a traditional conservatory setting, from theory to performance, along with electronics study, liberal arts courses and practical experience in the recording studio provides the ideal training ground for tomorrow's music producers and engineers.

Engineers who understand scales and harmonies as well as compression and dithering have a much better chance of making it in the audio industry, whether as a mixer, a sound effects editor, a systems designer - you name it.  The product of the industry is music - technology is merely the delivery system.”  - Paul D. Lehrman, from The Right Stuff, Music and Technology at The Hartt School, Mix Magazine, 11/2002

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MPT News:


Joe Dziok (MPT 14)

just returned from London, England as an audio intern for NBC, covering the London 2012 Olympics.

*Our new console, a 1985 Neotek Elite, is settling in nicely in Studio B.

*Adam Grover (MPT 12)

took the Bronze Award in the Traditional Acoustic category of the 131st Audio Engineering Society (AES) Student Recording Competition in New York, NY.

*Andy Cass (MPT 12)

took the Bronze Award in the Traditional Studio Recording category of the 131st Audio Engineering Society (AES) Student Recording Competition in New York, NY.