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  1. In Paris in 1951, in what was to become an important worldwide trend, RTF established the first studio for the production of electronic music. Also in 1951, Schaeffer and Henry produced an opera, Orpheus, for concrete sounds and voices.

  2. Then in 1908, a group of 14 students, led by Robert "Biddy" Bidez, a textile major from Mobile, Alabama, formed the first incarnation of the Georgia Tech Band. It wasn’t until four years later that the band had its first bandleader, M.A. “Mike” Greenblatt. The Venerable Ramblin’ Wreck

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  4. Master of Science in Music Technology student Snehesh Nag came to Georgia Tech because he wanted to learn how to make electronic music. He was inspired by artists like Boards of Canada and Aphex Twin, who use programs like Max/MSP and digital audio workstations to make their music.

  5. Jul 30, 2015 · Well the first one ever was started in Georgia--Savannah to be exact--by John Wesley. It was created out of a need to give children more Christian instruction. 9) Hernando de Soto was the first European to explore Georgia in 1540. Wikimedia

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  6. Feb 10, 2021 · Several independent schools with alternative teachings methods arose: The Center of Contemporary Art Tbilisi opened in 2010 offering a class on Electronic sound production and history; CES (Creative Education Studio) a design, video and music/sound school was founded in 2012; 11th , a private initiative offering courses in sound production and D...

  7. GMEA was founded in 1938 and has been active in music education in Georgia continuously since that time. We are registered with the Internal Revenue Service as a 501-c3 not-for-profit organization. Currently we have approximately 3,000 members who are public school, private school, college and university, and private studio music teachers.

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