Computer Music: Musc 216

This course examines the computer as a tool for making music. Students learn how the computer is used for SOUND SYNTHESIS, digital instrument design and introductory programming techniques for interactive performance and composition. Computer and Electronic music compositions will be studied. Available to Arts and Science students for PROFESSIONAL CREDIT. The course is offered FALL, SPRING and SUMMER TERM I (June). Prerequisite for the course is any Computer Science 100 level course or consent of the instructor [3 hours credit]. See Computer Music.