"Electronics in Music: Projects" is a chance for students to develop musical compositions and/or interactive projects centered on the use of music technology. Students will develop etudes and compositional exercises on the path to a final project, which will be presented at the end of the quarter. Students will work closely with the instructor and classmates to develop ideas, tackle technical hurdles, and get critical feedback on their work as it develops. Students entering this course are expected to have a strong foundation in music technology.
Preference is given to students continuing from the fall or winter quarters of “Advanced Electronics in Music” or “Introduction to Electronics in Music."
Students will need access to Zoom, and a computer capable of running audio software such as Ableton Live or Max/MSP.
Synchronous class sessions, via Zoom, will be roughly 1-2 hours per week. The class will emphasize participation in synchronous sessions; however, if students find themselves unable to participate due to technology, caregiving obligations, economic disruption, health risk, or illness, they can work with faculty to pursue alternate options to earn related credit.
Please contact the instructor for a course application.
Preference is given to students continuing from the fall or winter quarters of “Advanced Electronics in Music.” Please contact the instructor for a course application.
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