Music 499 B: Proseminar
PROJECT-ORIENTED COMPUTER MUSIC
Time:Thursday 3 - 5:50
Credit: 3 credits.
Room: 5045 MB (Computer Music Project)
This seminar is open to students of any background who have an interest
in Computer Music. The Proseminar is dedicated to concrete Computer Music
applications developed by the participants. Individual or group
projects may be selected from the following categories:
- Creation of new compositions using existing software
- Design and development of software for:
- sound design
- sound analysis
- sound visualization
- Contributions to existing software under development
- Theoretical studies on:
- aesthethics of Computer Music
- analisys of Computer Music works
- Historical approaches
- testing and/or analyzing older systems
- Herbert Brun - Sawdust
- Iannis Xenakis - ST
- Michael Gottfried Koening - Project I
and Project II
- Original projects proposed by participants and approved by the
Software presently under development in the Computer Music Project
to which participants might want to contribuite is
(Digital Instrument for Sound Synthesis and Composition), a project
involving computer-assisted (algorithmic) composition, sound synthesis,
and a user graphic interface.
Weekly meetings will also serve to discuss related techniques and/or
software and new ideas in sciences which might be applied to music.
The Experimental Music Studios of the University of Ilinois
Computer Music Project equipment will be available to the
Final Project Reports
- Computer Music Courses Using Supercomputers
(with Robin Bargar, Ben Cox, and David Kelley),
Proc. 1990 Int'l Computer Music Conference ,
(Glasgow, Scotland; September 1990), International Computer
Music Association, San Francisco, CA, 1990, pp. 39-42.
DISSCO: A Unified Approach to Sound Synthesis and Composition.
Hans G. Kaper and Sever Tipei.
This version was submitted to the 2005 ICMC; a shorter (4 pages) version
to appear in
Proc. 2005 Int'l Computer Music Conference
(Barcelona, Spain, September 2005).
International Computer Music Association, San Francisco,
- Music 199T: Open Undergraduate
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