IN AN attempt to break new ground in music technology among Philippine universities, the Conservatory of Music (Music) will hold a two-month digital audio workshop starting July 18 at the Educational Technology (Ed-Tech) Center in the UST Central Library.

According to Music faculty secretary Antonio Africa, the digital audio production workshop is a basic course on digital editing, recording, and mixing and is open to everyone. It will also tackle sequencing and sound engineering.

“Actually, we are targeting music and communication arts students because they usually use digital audio in their field of work,” Africa told the Varsitarian.

Africa said the workshop sprung from the idea of coming up with a music technology course major, to be introduced in two or three year’s time.

“From the workshops that we will hold from this year onwards, we are hoping to develop a curriculum which, in the future, the Conservatory could offer as a degree majoring in music technology,” he said.

The digital audio production workshop is a joint project of Music and the UST Ed-Tech Center. The workshop fee is P15,000 pesos per student. For more information, contact Ton Ton Africa at 731-4022, 731-3101 local 8246 and Rico Bicol at 731-3101 local 8370. Jianne dL. Yamzon

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