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MUSIC 285: Intermedia Lab

The Intermedia Lab is a space to develop projects bridging sound with other media through technology. Projects may involve instrument design, physical computing, audiovisual interaction, immersive audio engaging with acoustic environments, and/or other intermedial projects that engage listening in tandem with other senses. Students will be encouraged to develop creative projects using resources at CCRMA such as those of the Max Lab and Listening Room. Lab sessions will focus on skill-sharing, consideration of mapping strategies, critique sessions and problem-solving related to projects, contextualized by discussions of readings. It will feature guest-workshops and open studio project presentations. We plan to concentrate principally on digital - including online - intermedial projects in the Winter term, as the CCRMA spaces listed in the course description may not yet be accessible. This course is in the P3D program and, therefore, each student has the possibility of receiving a personal 3D printer for their home use. Further equipment loans from CCRMA for student projects involving physical media may be possible. This term we will be joined remotely by special guests, including Denning Visiting Artist Pamela Z.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr | Units: 1 | Repeatable 9 times (up to 9 units total)
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