Digital Audio Arts

Bachelor of Music - Digital Audio Arts

Combine academic courses with experiences in audio engineering, music production, and sonic arts. Building on a classical music base, Digital Audio Arts is a professional degree that leads to a broadening of research skills in production, performance, and technology. You develop strong practical skills and study audio-related techniques and concepts.

Our facilities include: Studio One, a world class recording studio. A 5.1 surround-sound Audio Research Lab, three film composition suites, and 36-workstation instructional computer lab.

Collaborative opportunities with art, drama and new media as well as with numerous disciplines across campus provide real-world research experiences. Your education is enhanced with lectures from leading industry specialists.

Explore a variety of topics including:

  • Audio engineering and production
  • Audio for gaming
  • Composition for film and media
  • Software design and development
  • Interactive computer performance
  • Computer assisted composition
  • Audio research 
  • Portfolio development

 

 Areas of Concentration

•    Electro-acoustic composition
•    Composition for film & video
•    Audio engineering
•    Production
•    Integrated and collaborative media
•    Technology in education
•    Research in audio spatialization and computational models

Ensemble Opportunities

  • Collaborative Piano/Guitar
  • Global Drums Percussions Ensemble
  • Integra Contemporary & Electroacoustic Ensemble
  • Jazz Ensemble and jazz combos
  • Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra
  • Opera Workshop 
  • University Singers
  • University Wind Orchestra
  • Women’s Chorus


I came to the U of L because it offers a unique program in digital audio arts, which combines theoretical, creative and technical aspects.  I found lots of other opportunities including the Shure competition, Joyce and Ron Sakamoto Award, internships, and extracurricular opportunities that furthered my education in a practical environment. We also conducted original research, where we independently explored and applied principles in a creative and technical environment.”

- Shae Brossard

Post-Diploma

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Application Info

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Program Planning Guides

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Student Success Stories

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