Technology and Improvisation (MUS4105.01)

Sam Pluta

In the 21st Century, computer and electronic technology has emerged as a highly expressive tool for real-time musical and visual performance. In this class we will explore improvisation and live performance through technology. We will design expressive musical software environments and build hardware circuits for performance, investigate the relationships between human expression and the digital world, and incorporate acoustic instruments, collaborations with dancers, and live visuals into our creative projects. This is an advanced course for students with previous work in electroacoustic music, digital arts and/or programming.

Prerequisites: Permission by Instructor
Credits: 2
Th 10:10am - 12:00pm
Maximum Enrollment: 10
Course Frequency:
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