2011-12 Catalog

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Offering Description

Interactive Sound and Video

Summer 2012 quarter

Ben Kamen music technology and theory
Fields of Study
computer science, media arts and music

In this program, students will learn to use the Max/MSP/Jitter visual programming environment to examine the control and expression of sound and video through numbers, simple mathematics, and logic. Students will learn to operate audio and video recording equipment and develop techniques for playing back and modifying materials through algorithmic processes. Students will develop strategies for interacting with source materials in real time, using sensory data from the Arduino micro-controller platform. Creative projects, guided by reading and collaborative activities, will the be primary goal of the technical work.

Advertised Schedule
9a-5p Mon/Wed (Jun. 25 - Jul. 25)
Online Learning
Enhanced Online Learning
Greener Store
Required Fees
$40 lab fee plus $100 for electronic supplies
Offered During