Technology in Music and Related Arts
- Bachelor of Music (BM)
The Technology in Music and Related Arts prepares students for specialized graduate study in computer music, digital media, and new performance. Our program is designed for students who already demonstrates a level of musical proficiency comparable to that of students in such areas as performance and composition. We offer a structured course of study that stresses the application of technology as a special resource in composition, new media, and performance.
Why is Studying Technology in Music and Related Arts at Oberlin Unique?
Silent Film Ensemble
A mashup of oddball films with experimental music can only happen at Oberlin. Established by Technology in Music and Related Arts (TIMARA) faculty, the Silent Film Ensemble performs live, improvised avant-garde soundtracks to historic, surreal—sometimes homemade—films. Projects stem from TIMARA and Cinema Studies Program students’ collaboration.
Upcoming Technology in Music and Related Arts Events
- TECH 201 - Electro-acoustic Studio Techniques 4 credits
- TECH 202 - Real-time Techniques 2 credits
- TECH 330 - Studio Recording 4 credits
- TECH 350 - Workshop in Music and Media Technologies 4 credits
Technology in Music and Related Arts Faculty
Conservatory faculty maintain active performance schedules while remaining accessible and committed to their students. Individual instruction is paramount to helping students develop their mechanical, technical, stylistic, psychological, and musical skills.Explore Faculty within Technology in Music and Related Arts
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Life After Oberlin
Oberlin Conservatory graduates move on to a variety of careers in music and related professions.