您的学习计划包括高级音乐声学，高级计算机音乐创作，数字信号理论，数字音频处理和同类选修课的核心课程。 您还需要参加涉及表演的音乐课，例如合奏课程，并完成和捍卫硕士学位论文。 在整个程序中，您将： 整合音乐和技术技能 在音乐技术的所有领域拥有坚实的基础，并在音乐技术的重点领域拥有专业知识 通过与NYU表演和作曲程序合作，尝试实验性音乐与传统音乐方法之间的新关系 展示您的艺术和学术作品的公开口头表达能力 您可以选择将学习重点放在记录和制作，游戏音频，声学和信号处理，音乐感知和认知，电子和计算机音乐或屏幕计分等领域。您将有机会在纽约主要的录音室，媒体公司和表演场所实习，例如索尼音乐，无线电城音乐厅，伯德兰和大都会歌剧院。 实习通常会带来永久性的就业机会。
Degree Requirement: 40-45 credits
Degree Requirement: The program is structured for two years, full-time study. 40 credits (plus 0-9 credits may be needed, see Placement Exams)*
All core courses (those listed #1-8 below) must be completed with a grade C or higher. A grade lower than C must be repeated.
- MPATE-GE 2600 Graduate Seminar
- MPATE-GE 2599 Fundamentals of Digital Signal Theory
- MPATE-GE 2598 Fundamentals of Digital Signal Theory I Lab
- MPATE-GE 2036 Advanced Musical Acoustics
- MPATE-GE 2047 Advanced Computer Music Composition
- MPATE-GE 2601 Colloquy (thesis preparation, lit review, proposal)
- MPATE-GE 2602 Thesis 1 (work on thesis methods, procedures, conclusions, draft)
- MPATE-GE 2603 Thesis 2 (work on defense, revisions, presentation)
- Performance Ensemble Requirement (see more information below)
Each student is required to complete a performance requirement which consists of a music class involving performance. This may be taken in the form of an ensemble course for 0-3 credits. Please note that classes in private instruction do not count toward the performance requirement.
MPATE-GE 2609 Electronic Music Performance
MPATE-GE 2031 Distributed Performance
MPATE-GE 2633 Multi-channel Media Installation Performance
Or taking an ensemble course by audition for 1 credit.
To register, students will need to email the appropriate coordinating director of those specific ensembles.
Elective Courses 2020-2021
MPATE-GE 2013 Audio Mastering
MPATE-GE 2017 Electronic Product Design for Music and Audio
MPATE-GE 2031 Distributed Performance
MPATE-GE 2036 (CORE) Advanced Musical Acoustics
MPATE-GE 2037 Elect Music Synthesis: Fundamental Techn.
MPATE-GE 2038 Creating With Interact Media
MPATE-GE 2047 (CORE) Advanced Computer Music
MPATE-GE 2315 Colloquy Tonmeister
MPATE-GE 2590 Graduate Fundamentals of Music Technology (Required - depending on the result of placement exam)
MPATE-GE 2600 (CORE) Graduate Seminar in Music Technology
MPATE-GE 2601 (CORE) Colloquy in Music Technology
MPATE-GE 2602 (CORE) Thesis in Music Technology I
MPATE-GE 2604 Game Audio I
MPATE-GE 2605 Grad Intern Music Tech
MPATE-GE 2607 Digital Signal Theory
MPATE-GE 2608 Algorithmic Composition and Computer Music Programming using Java
MPATE-GE 2635 Audio for Games and Immersive Environments
MPATE-GE 2637 Advanced Topics in Music Technology: Production for Songwriters
MPATE-GE 2638 Advanced Topics in Music Technology: Production for Producers
MPATE-GE 2650 Ear Training for Audio Engineers
If you completed or are completing a degree at an institution outside of the US or Canada, you are required to provide a WES or ECE evaluation, please review our requirements for translation and a course-by-course evaluation of your transcripts.
- Statement of Purpose
- Letters of Recommendation： two letters of recommendation.
- Proficiency in English
You are required to provide a portfolio of samples of previous professional, artistic, or academic work on music, technology, and related fields. Examples include, but are not limited to: school papers, scientific publications (8 pages maximum), webpages or audiovisual materials of work you have composed, performed, recorded, mixed, and/or produced.
You should make your portfolio work samples available online (as streamed media via a reliable service like SoundCloud or Vimeo or a portfolio website that you have created), which we ask you to include links to in the Portfolio section of your graduate application. Additionally, create a document that lists passwords, if needed, and descriptions for up to 3 works you would like the Admissions Committee to review as part of your application. Upload this document to the Portfolio section of your graduate application.
- Application fee $75 non-refundable
You are required to upload a typed, double-spaced, two- to three-page statement explaining your purpose in undertaking graduate study in this particular program as part of your application. This is your opportunity to introduce yourself and to inform the admissions committee about your goals, interests, and career plans as they relate to your intended academic pursuits.
Spring: October 1
Fall: February 1