Electronic Musical Inst Design
(Cross-listed as ES 95.) Non-standard electronic musical instruments or "controllers," incorporating sensors that respond to touch, position, movement, finger pressure, wind pressure, and other human factors, and their translation to Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) data. Designing and building original systems using common materials and object-oriented music-specific programming languages and software-based synthesis. Students will complete several creative projects using music hardware and software.Recommendations: Experience in one or more of the following--electronic music, electronic prototyping, mechanical engineering, computer programming.
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