MUS 205 ONL - Computation and Music II
A follow-up course to Computation and Music I that introduces students to programming music applications with special emphasis on issues related to real-time audio system design. The class will begin by introducing students to the fundamentals of real-time audio synthesis using a graphical audio language such as Max/MSP, and then turn to hands-on design of real-time audio systems using an industry standard language such as C++. The course content reinforces materials presented in CS 126 (Software Design), including GUI frameworks, prototyping, user interface design, code refactoring and debugging. Course Information: Prerequisite: CS 125, CS 126, and MUS 101, or consent of instructor. Restricted to CS+Music students and Music Technology students with strong programming experience, or by consent of the instructor.
Restricted to CS+Music students and Music Technology students with strong programming experience.
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Course Level: Undergraduate