Introduction to Synthesizer Programming and Sound Design

Course Number
MTEC-222
Description

This course focuses on developing core sound-synthesis skills that can be applied to various types of synthesizers used in modern music production. Students will start exploring synthesis using the modular systems in electronic production and design lab B51, and apply those skills to commonly used software instruments. A variety of synthesis techniques will be covered, including subtractive, FM, and sampling. Students will be able to create and modify sounds they can use in their own productions. 

Credits
2
Prerequisites
MTEC-111
Required Of
None
Electable By
All
Semesters Offered
Fall, Spring, Summer
Location
Boston
Department
ELPD
Course Chair
Michael Bierylo
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