Computer/Synthesis Applications for Film Scoring
Offered - Fall, Spring, Summer
Course number - FS-361
The use of MIDI/audio sequencing in scoring to picture, in conjunction with sample playback and synthesis software. Special attention is paid to the film scoring capabilities of Macintosh sequencing applications using QuickTime, tempo, meter, and synchronization in the process of scoring music to picture. Emphasis is also placed on maximizing dramatic expression through use of the available software tools.
Course Chair: Alison Plante
Prerequisites: FS-221, CM-221, CM-231, CP-212 or CP-215, and ISKB-212 (non-piano principals); HR-212; ET-212 or ET-232; and either COND-211, COND-216, or COND-221; FS-361 must be taken concurrently with FS-241
Required of: FILM majors
Electable by: FILM majors