A study of the advanced techniques of digital music technology. Includes digital audio recording and editing, signal processing, alternative MIDI controllers, live performance with electronics, advanced synthesis, sampling, and sequencing techniques. Students will compose works in several styles with a final project to be presented in concert. Two hours of lecture and two hours of composition activity are required. May be repeated for a total of six (6) units. Prerequisite: MUSC 302 or 304. Requirement Designation: C3 - Humanities.