Computer Music: Musc 216
Study Questions #14: Isadora and Programming Control Changes

Before you answer these questions, you should have reviewed the required reading for this session (including LINKS listed in the Class Schedule), and any LECTURE NOTES. Once you submit your answers, your grade will be recorded in your Student Gradefile and you will not be able to retake the quiz.

Please complete this set of Study Questions before the end of the next class session. However, the absolute deadline for completing them is 10:00 p.m. Friday, April 24.


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What is the HEXADECIMAL value for a Control Change on MIDI Channel 1?
 
How many DATA BYTES (numbers) are there associated with a Control Change Command?
 
What is the Controller # for Channel Volume?
 
What is the Controller # for Pan?
 
What is the Controller # for Modulation?
 
What is the HEXADECIMAL value for a Program Change on MIDI Channel 3?
 
How many DATA BYTES (numbers) are there associated with a Program Change Command?
 
In the Automatic Process Tutorial, which ACTOR is responsible for generating the regular trigger for playing the random notes:
 
In the Automatic Process Tutorial, in which group is the Random Actor located:
 
What is the MINIMUM length for the movie of your Project 2?
 
What is the MINIMUM number of MIDI Channels you should demonstrate for your Isadora file for Project2?
 
Is music recorded from your Isadora file REQUIRED to be part of your finished Project 2 movie?
 
Are you required to include a CUE SHEET as part of he finished Project 2?
 
Are you required to include music you play from your Isadora file in your Project2?
 
Are you required to include a CUE SHEET as part of he finished Project 2?
 
What is the minimum number of SPECIAL EFFECTS cues you are required to include in your Project2?
 


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