A course focusing on issues related to synthesizer architecture, patch programming/editing, and functionality within the MIDI production environment.
Building upon basic concepts and skills learned in MTEC-111 Introduction to Music Technology, this course will give students an opportunity to continue to explore the creative uses of music technol
An introduction to the fundamentals of music technology geared to the needs of today's professional musician.
This course will examine the technical and creative processes involved with adapting electronic composition and production for live performance.
Monitored and evaluated professional work experience in an environment related to the electronic production and design major.
This course focuses on production of the capstone Electronic Production and Design project and provides for individual attention within a small group setting.
This course explores an expansive set of historically innovative academic works, which students translate into cutting-edge commercial approaches to composition and production.
An exploration of excitation/resonance models of sound production: Karplus-Strong (string), brass, and woodwind modeling using digital signal processing in a dedicated hardware environment; use of
This class provides the student with an opportunity to create visual projections for their original compositions using MAX/MSP/Jitter and other programs as needed.
A practical exploration of digital signal processing music and sound design projects, including composition, remixing, and mastering, with emphasis on key techniques of DSP and their applications i
A theoretical and practical exploration of open-source digital signal processing software, audio-units, and plugins.
A precursor to EP-491, Advanced Seminar combines master class and private lesson settings for the electronic production and design major.
Using Ableton Live, Reaktor, Max, Jitter, OSC, Csound, and C, students design and program their own interactive games and audio/video remixers.
This course challenges students to design and produce audio content for a series of projects.
A project-based course covering basic design principles and production techniques used in producing sound for animation.
This class provides the student with an opportunity to create portfolio pieces of original compositions using software and hardware tools.
A class in C programming with projects tailored specifically to the progressive electronic musician.
This course focuses on the study of the generation of original, exotic sound textures and unusual synthetic instrumental timbres derived from acoustic sounds recorded from studio and field sources.
A class in electronic production and design using Max/MSP, arguably one of the world's most powerful and intuitive multimedia programming languages.
An overview of the electronically produced/processed voice, with exploration of: human voice mechanics; formants in speech and singing; time-stretching granular techniques; channel and phase vocode