Music Technology II
MUS-N 320/ 3 Cr.
This course is an overview of the theory and practice of audio/visual digital signal processing and multimedia art. Classes of software utilized in this course include graphic programming languages, DAW's, and live musical performance software. This collection of software is meant to provide a practical understanding of fundamental techniques used in digital signal processing (DSP). In addition, this course will offer examples of use of real-time digital signal processing in academic and popular music, as well as the music technology industry. Topics include audio software development, integration of audio and video in a single system, real-time audio/visual DSP, incorporating external controllers, and simple interactive systems.
- Available Online: No
- Credit by Exam: No
- Laptop Required: No
Prerequisites/Co-requisites:MUS-N 310 (minimum grade of C).
- Think, speak and write clearly and effectively about major concepts of real-time digital signal processing; (PUL1; NASM 1)
- Understand fundamental techniques used in Digital Signal Processing (DSP); (PUL 1e, NASM 17)
- Research essays written by pioneering composers, theorists and philosophers in the field; (PUL 5a, b, and c, 6, NASM 3)
- Grow a working knowledge of technological developments. (PUL 1e, NASM 18)