• Another Great Summer at GHP

    by  • July 25, 2013 • Uncategorized

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    The Georgia Governor’s Honors Program is the longest continually-running summer program for gifted high school students in the US. It was my pleasure to return to Valdosta this year to serve for the 2nd straight year as the department head for Computers there. It was a great time, and the work that is done there is truly amazing.

    Thanks to Dale Lyles and all my great colleagues and students for a remarkable, memorable experience.

    About

    Matthew McCabe joined the music faculty at Columbus State University in the Fall of 2009 as Visiting Assistant Professor of Audio Technology. Dr. McCabe earned degrees in music from the University of Richmond, Bowling Green State University, and the University of Florida, and has focused on electroacoustic music and the creative use of music technology throughout his career. He worked as the music technology specialist at the University of Richmond for two years following graduation, and has served as the technical director for both the Florida and Third Practice Electroacoustic Music Festivals. He also serves on the board of the Society of Composers, Inc. as a system administrator and web designer. His compositions can be found on the Centaur and Everglade labels, and his writings have appeared in Computer Music Journal, the New Grove Dictionary of American Music, and the Society of Composers, Inc. newsletter. This fall, Dr. McCabe is teaching courses in Audio Recording Techniques, Computer Music, and Composition, as well as directing the CSU Popular Music Ensemble.