Music 590I - Independent Study in Electronic Music
Cr. var. FS.
Dr. Christopher Hopkins
Fall-Spring 2011: 3D Haptic Surround Sound Control (see 490I)
Fall/Spring 2010-11: Performance Controllers Development (Acceleglove and VibraTac)
Spring 2010: Max for Live Projects
Fall 2009: Max/MSP Projects
Permission of instructor.
Students admitted to 590I normally will have completed 346 and/or 446 (both
available for non-major graduate credit) or will have extensive experience with
MIDI, sound synthesis, Max/MSP, and operation of a digital audio workstation. Selected semesters have a pre-defined research focus and may have special prerequisites.
Advanced work in sound synthesis, live electronic performance, emerging performance
technologies. Meets regularly
in a seminar format for discussions and presentations.
Recent Individual Projects
- Bravo, Fernando. "ImagineSound: a Max/MSP intermedia instrument using stochastic processes and time-based graphic displays"
- Kosinski, Jeff. "Taking Hold of Sound: Developing a High Resolution Sensor Glove for Creating Music"
- Kosinski, Jeff. "Subtractive Synthesizer Controlled by iPod Touch using Hexler's Touch OSC"
- Oren, Mike. "... 3D graphical objects into real-time music using a haptic pen and an electronic synthesizer."
- Svec, Karl. "An FFT-based Digital-channel Vocoder Implemented in Max/MSP"
- Wiemer, Mark. "Handy Handler: a haptic controller using Maxbotics EZ-4 Sonar Modules interfaced with Max/MSP 5"
- Willett, Jacob. "Hypermixer: a Max/MSP-based DJ mixer for live performance."
- Music 346 Introduction to Music Technology
- Music 446 Electronic Music Synthesis (Fall 2005 and