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Specially aimed to composers, producers and performers interested in knowing or expanding knowledge of sound synthesis, synthesizers, audio processing modules and the most used tools in the new trends of this broad field. For futher information about this and other level courses, visit our FAQ.


The course is designed for electronic artists and acoustic instruments performers that wants to reconsider one of the least worked elements in music, “timbre” and “the effects for the processing of predetermined and generated music in live events”.


How many different ways can my instrument sound?

What does each of them express?

How can we synthesize these sounds?

“How can effects and audio processors be used to modify the sound of musical instruments and events?”

How to put these concepts into practice when playing with other people?

Through this course it is proposed to make an approach to electronic music, in a practical and theoretical way. It will be based on the many personal experiences of Miguel Noya, who has been developing for more than 30 years as a producer, composer and performer.

We will learn to use processors in our different instruments, to get different timbres and at the same time we delve into their synthesis and “also be able to affect the music execution by altering the disposition of the material executed”.


Once the working environment of each participant has been developed, we will improvise and compose all of them together. We will work on the different work dynamics from our electronic resources.



Miguel Noya

Electronic musician, composer, music producer, concert performer and sound artist with more than 30 years of professional experience.

Pedagogue experienced in the specialties of composition, theory, conducting electronic music and production of soundtracks for audiovisuals.

Experienced workshop facilitator specialized in music and music technology courses of all levels, with emphasis on the development of creative attitudes of the participants.

Theoretical and practical teaching. Committed to bring the understanding of the student beyond the conventional academic content and encourage him to research the new available technological tools and apply them to develop according to his style and personality.

Member of international networks and communities related to electronic and experimental music, both academic and alternative.

Personal and institutional contacts in countries such as: Argentina, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, United States of America, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela, Spain, Germany, Estonia and Sweden.

Researcher associated with the Digital Music Laboratory (LADIM) of the Simón Bolívar University.

Wide experience in the management and development of educational, artistic and corporate projects that involve the use of new technologies.

Musical works premiered, performed and disseminated internationally.



Music Masters. Simón Bolívar University. Caracas Venezuela (2007)

Sound synthesis techniques in computers. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, USA. (1981)

Electronic Music (first promotion). Berklee College of Music, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. (1981)



Music foundation, General Studies. Simón Bolívar University, Sartenejas, Venezuela. (2005-2007)

Cathedra in composition and music theory. Taller de Arte Sonoro, Caracas, Venezuela. (1987-1997)

Sequences, MIDI and composition techniques with computer. Sound Art Workshop, Caracas, Venezuela. (1990-1997)

Cathedra in harmony and composition. Philharmonic Conservatory of Caracas, Venezuela. (1984-1986)

Conferences with demonstrative examples. Fylkingen (Sweden). Massachusetts College of Art, Chestnut Hill School (USA). CEMMAS (Mexico). Simón Bolívar University, Andrés Bello Catholic University, Conservatory of Youth Orchestra of Venezuela, University of Carabobo, Conservatory of Maracay Venezuela. (1982-2016)

He currently shares his personal research of electronic music and its applications in new media and technologies, with research and documentation of gender evolution history in Venezuela and Latin America.

• 25 March, 2018

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