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MUSC0212

Electronic Music

History, Theory, and Practice of Electronic Music
This course will provide a historical look at the development of electronic music from the earliest analog techniques to present-day computer technology. Students will learn about the theory of digital and analog sound, acoustics, and MIDI. Creative projects will guide the class through a range of techniques. Much of the focus will be on how the electronic medium enables composers to work with sound and musical forms in non-traditional ways. 3 hrs lect.
Subject:
Music
Department:
Music
Division:
Arts
Requirements Fulfilled:
ART

Sections

Spring 2015

MUSC0212A-S15 Lecture (Hamlin)
MUSC0212X-S15 Discussion (Hamlin)
MUSC0212Y-S15 Discussion (Hamlin)
MUSC0212Z-S15 Discussion (Hamlin)

Fall 2012

MUSC0212A-F12 Lecture (Hamlin)
MUSC0212X-F12 Discussion (Hamlin)
MUSC0212Y-F12 Discussion (Hamlin)
MUSC0212Z-F12 Discussion (Hamlin)

Fall 2011

MUSC0212A-F11 Lecture (Hamlin)
MUSC0212Y-F11 Discussion (Hamlin)
MUSC0212Z-F11 Discussion (Hamlin)

Spring 2011

MUSC0212A-S11 Lecture (Hamlin)
MUSC0212Y-S11 Discussion (Hamlin)
MUSC0212Z-S11 Discussion (Hamlin)

Spring 2010

MUSC0212A-S10 Lecture (Hamlin)
MUSC0212Y-S10 Discussion (Hamlin)
MUSC0212Z-S10 Discussion (Hamlin)

Spring 2009

MUSC0212A-S09 Lecture (Hamlin)
MUSC0212Y-S09 Discussion (Hamlin)
MUSC0212Z-S09 Discussion (Hamlin)

Spring 2008

MUSC0212A-S08 Lecture (Hamlin)

Spring 2007

MUSC0212A-S07 Lecture (Hamlin)

Spring 2006

MUSC0212A-S06 Lecture (Hamlin)