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  Jan 19, 2018
 
 
    
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MUSC 661 - MIDI and Music Technology

2 credits
Hands-on exploration of music technology applicable to performer, composer, and arranger with focus on fluency with MIDI sequencing including MAX to create interactive live performance situations. Students work with modular digital multi-tracks and edit and create original sounds for synthesizers and samplers. Hard disk recording using Pro-Tools III and Digital Performer, SMPTE and synchronization in the studio, and composition and sound design for film, video, and theater are also explored. Training in notation software is an integral and essential aspect of the course: after the first month, assignments for all graduate courses require use of professional notation software.

Open to Masters in Jazz Studies only.