In Introduction to Electronics in Music I, students will be introduced to the creative use of music technology from the perspective of the composer. Students will create original compositions while developing technical skills in the music technology labs. We'll contextualize our creative work by looking to early pioneers and experimenters of electronic music. Students will develop proficiency in the music technology labs, using analog tape machines to create compositions while learning about signal flow, effective use of the mixing board, EQ, and effects. No experience is required. 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.
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$130 for magnetic tape & media fee