Procedural Sound Design

Course Number
EP-432
Description

This course explores the creation of sound effects for linear and interactive media using real time synthesis models and prototypes. Through the use of techniques ranging from subtractive synthesis to physical modeling students will gain a better understanding of the physical and acoustics of various types of common sound effects. Students will build audio models and sound effect engines using real time tools such as MAX as well as software synthesizers such as Sculpture. Throughout the course, students will also work with a number of DAWs and audio implementation tools such as Wwise and Fmod Studio, producing sound designs for both linear and interactive media.

Credits
2
Prerequisites
EP-341 and EP-381
Required Of
None
Electable By
ELPD majors
Major Elective for
Electronic Production and Design
Semesters Offered
Fall
Location
Boston
Department
ELPD
Course Chair
Michael Bierylo
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