Computer Music Composition

Music 151/215, Winter 2008

University of California, Irvine

Composition and production of recorded music using personal computers for digital signal processing and for control of synthesizers. Practical application of digital audio production software and MIDI, and investigation of new ideas in computer-aided composition. Work will include lectures/demonstrations, analysis of recorded music, compositional exercises, and original composition. Prerequisite: Music 51 (Music Technology and Computers) or consent of instructor; enrollment limited to 12 students.





January 7, 2008
Christopher Dobrian