Bregman Electronic Music Studio

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Bregman Electronic Music Studio

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1967-

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The Bregman Studio at Dartmouth College opened in 1967 under the direction of Jon Appleton. Other faculty include Charles Dodge, Kui Dong, Eric Lyon, Larry Polansky, Jamshed Baruched, Charles Sullivan, and Mary Roberts. It supports research projects, performances, software development, a Master of Arts degree in Electro-Acoustic Music, and undergraduate electro-acoustic classes. The Studio moved to Dartmouth's Thayer School of Engineering in 1974, and then to Hallgarten in the Hopkins Arts Center in 1980. Appleton, with the assistance of Sydney Alonso (research associate) and Cameron Jones (undergraduate) created the first commercially-available portable digital synthesizer at the Bregman Studio.

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Hanover, New Hampshire

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Created March 25, 2020.

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Eric Lyon, "The Bregman Electronic Music Studio at Dartmouth College."

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