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Dr. Matthew McCabe - Columbus State University

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Columbus State University

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Matthew McCabe

Associate Professor

Schwob School of Music

RiverCenter 2606

Education - Music Education, Engineering, Film Production, Information Technology, Music, Psychology

Education and Certifications

Bachelor of Arts, Music, University of Richmond 2001
Master of Music, Composition, Bowling Green State University 2005
Ph.D., Music Composition, cognate studies in Neuroscience, University of Florida, 2010


Matthew McCabe is currently Assistant Professor of Audio Technology at the Schwob School of Music at Columbus State University. He holds a Ph.D. in Music Composition from the University of Florida, with other degrees from Bowling Green State University, and the University of Richmond. He has an extensive list of credits as a recording engineer of primarily concert hall music, and teaches audio engineering and production as well as composition and popular music courses at CSU. He is also a student of the Irish Language and has participated in immersion programs and coursework for the last several years, earning A1 and A2 TEG certifications. He plays banjo, accordion, bass, and other stringed instruments and is currently researching networked audio technologies, folk music, and more.

Academic Areas

Music Composition
Audio Engineering
Music & Audio Technology
Popular Music

Research Interests

Networked Audio Technologies
Radio Production
Electroacoustic Music
Irish Language & Music

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