Digital Signal Processing: Composition and Sound Design
In this course, students learn innovative production, remixing, and compositional uses of new spectral and time-based digital signal processing techniques. Students will use, adapt, and mutate sounds in unique and unusual ways that are fresh, new, and ideal for a variety of professional sound design projects. Students will also use these new spectral tools to compose and produce in a variety of musical styles from cutting-edge, DSP-based audio art to innovative pop songs.
Major Elective for
Electronic Production and Design
Fall, Spring, Summer