Priority for enrollment is given to declared Music Majors in the Department of Music. All others are welcome and should see instructor on first day of class for permission to remain.

Explores the intersection of music and computers using a combination of scientific, technological, and artistic methodologies. Musical concerns within a computational frame are addressed through the acquisition of basic programming skills for the creation and control of digital sound. Will learn core concepts and techniques of computerbased music composition using the Cycling74/MaxMSP programming environment in combination with associated software tools and programming approaches created by the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies. Included will be exposure to the essentials of digital audio signal processing, musical acoustics and psychoacoustics, sound analysis and synthesis. The course is hands-on and taught from the computer lab.

Course Title
Sound and Music Computing with CNMAT Technologies
Three hours of lecture/lab per week.
Upper Division Music Major status or permission of Instructor.
Enrollment Limit
Enrollment priority is given to Music majors.