Monday 5:00-5:50 pm
Realtime Experimental Audio Laboratory
Room 216, Music and Media Building
University of California, Irvine
Professor Christopher Dobrian
Office: 211 Music and Media Building
Phone: (949) 824-7288
Computers are used in very many aspects of music making today: CD and MP3 files are the main means of transmitting music, digital drum machines and samplers have replaced or supplemented the instrumentation of many bands, computer hard-disk recording has replaced the traditional studio, and experimental artists are performing with laptops, computer VJ systems, and a variety of customized digital equipment. This seminar will examine the many ways computers have changed the music world. Seminar sessions will include discussions and demonstrations; homework will include listening and reading assignments.
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