Lecture/demonstration. Students will work alongside the instructor, either in the large studio or Technology Lab. Students will be expected to complete regular assignments and projects outside of class time. These can be done in the lab, the studio, or at home.
- Advanced audio editing, including time stretching, transpositions, loop points etc.
- Advanced software instruments, including synthesizer, percussion and string modeling instruments.
- Virtual orchestras: aesthetics and possibilities.
- Distributed processing, including multicore and multiprocessor systems.
- Sequencing in live performance, using standard DAW software and specialized “Live” programs.
- Ensemble performances (ie., forming a “MIDI Band” for live performance)
- Students may explore individual topics in this class, in consultation with the instructor.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to work unassisted, with recording and sequencing software, and will understand and be able to apply the following:
- Advanced audio editing
- Advanced software instruments
- Virtual orchestras
- Distributed processing
- Sequencing in live performance
- Ensemble performances
- Individual topics.
|Tests/Quizzes (minimum of 2)||30%|
No texts or materials are required. All required hardware and software for the completion of assignments and projects is available in the studio.
MUSC 1171 or permission of instructor