MUS 3066 (3 credits) (CRN: 15389)
3:30 - 4:45 pm
MUS 3066 is project-based course in computer music programming, using the CsoundQt programming environment, that covers the composition of computer-generated music, and the theory and application of synthesis and digital signal processing. In addition to weekly reading and programming Assignments, students will produce a graphic analysis of a standard work of computer-music, and compose a piece that should utilize many of the techniques discussed in class and experimented with in the Assignments. This course is open to all majors.
MUS3066 is also offered as a graduate flavored course MUS5984 (Interactive Computer Music & Multimedia Design).