This program is now meeting fully in-person instead of hybrid. Contact the faculty with any questions.
In this course, students will explore methods for using technology as an active collaborator in the creation of music. Students will develop compositions in the music technology labs while diving deep into modular synthesis, MIDI programming, creative mixing techniques and other topics. We'll take our conceptual and technical cues from pioneering electroacoustic composers and experimenters such as Pauline Oliveros, Brian Eno, Morton Subotnick, Laurie Spiegel, and others.
Roughly half our work will be completed asynchronously on campus in the music technology labs. Lectures and critique sessions, about 2 hours a week, will be held remotely. Students entering this course should have completed the Introduction to Electronics in Music courses or have equivalent experience.
Students entering this course are expected to have some foundation in music technology, either through the “Introduction to Electronics in Music” courses or through equivalent experience. Please contact the faculty for a course application.
Please contact the faculty for a course application.
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$50 Media Fee