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IJMSTA - Vol. 1 - Issue 1 - January 2019
ISSN 2612-2146
Pages: 24-30

Sound and Music Computing in Higher Education

Authors: F. Avanzini, A. Barate', G. Haus, L.A. Ludovico, S. Ntalampiras, G. Presti
Categories: Journal

Abstract - The context of education of sound and music computing is complex, mainly due to its multidisciplinary nature and the consequent difficulty of fitting it into the traditional, discipline-oriented focus of most university level studies. Sound and music computing does not simply embrace technological issues, rather it requires a deep understanding of artistic, social, cultural, economical, and juridical aspects. In this paper, we compare current higher education initiatives worldwide by administering a suitably-defined on-line survey. By analysing the collected data, we investigate how SMC subjects are perceived and, consequently, propose a revision of the guidelines in SMC education previously identified by the scientific community.

Keywords: Sound, Music, Computing, Higher education, Academia

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Avanzini, A., Barate', A., Haus, G., Ludovico, L.A., Ntalampiras, A., Presti, G. (2019). Sound and Music Computing in Higher Education. IJMSTA. 2019 Jan 7; 1 (1): 24-30.