INTRO TO MODULAR SYNTHESIS
Thursday, April 29th & Friday, April 30th
5pm - 7pm EST
Sliding scale $5 - $15
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In partnership with the Computer Music Center at Columbia University
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Coding for Music provides a practice-based focus on digital sound synthesis techniques with Max programming language. Participants will learn the basics of Max software and the art of synthesizing and processing sound.
Each week, we will cover a different synthesis technique used by pioneering electronic music composers through critical listening sessions. Weekly coding assignments will include real-time digital signal processing in Max.
At the end of the course, participants will design their own unique synthesizer as their final project.
This course is suitable for beginners and open to all levels of musical experience.
Introduction to Max & Digital Sound Synthesis
Additive and Subtractive Synthesis
Amplitude Modulation Synthesis, Ring Modulation, Tremolo
Frequency Modulation Synthesis, Vibrato, Female Synth Pioneers
HARDWARE & SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS
Computer or tablet with Zoom software installed
Max software (a free-trial version is available for 30 days)
A second screen for using Zoom is encouraged
Dr. Zeynep Özcan is a sonic artist, singer, and author. She holds a Ph.D. in Music, an M.A. in History of Architecture, and a B.A. in Philosophy. Her work focuses on the design and composition of interactive virtual sound environments and the applications of animal behavior to sound art works. Works by Dr. Özcan have been performed and presented throughout the world in concerts, exhibitions, and conferences. As a musician, she plays piano and electronics and has performed with several bands and choirs. Dr. Özcan is currently a lecturer at the Department of Performing Arts Technology at the University of Michigan, School of Music, Theatre & Dance.
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