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MUSIC 223M: Sound, Structure, and Machines

By instructor approval. Emphasis is on using computers to build systems that apply algorithmic or stochastic processes to assist in detailed control over timbre and the creation or manipulation of musical structures and spatial properties in real-time. Topics include: Algorithmic and stochastic methods, sound design, FM synthesis, drum programming, spatialization, aesthetics, tool building, musical structures, reverberation, sequencing. Group and project based with lectures. Final live performance. Concepts presented primarily with Max/MSP/Max4Live software. To apply: https://ccrma.stanford.edu/courses/223M. Enrollment limited to 20.
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