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Facilities Used for Introductory Electronic Music: A Survey of Universities with an Undergraduate Degree in Audio

This study reports the facilities used for introductory electronic music in United States universities that offered an undergraduate degree in audio production and technology in fall of 2005. The population included 54 programs listed on the Audio Engineering Society’s Directory of Educational Programs. With an online questionnaire, each university reported on the first hands-on electronic music course offered at their institution. With a response rate of 81%, the respondents reported on specific hardware, software, purposes, and curricular application. For example, 93% of the respondents reported using Mac OS where 20% reported using Microsoft Windows.

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