Applied Analog Synthesis

Course Number

This class systematically explores the history, concepts, tools and strategies of analog synthesis and sequencers. Students learn to effectively create sounds and program a variety of analog synthesizers, including physically modular systems and Virtual Analog versions, and synchronize them with DAWs. Students explore the art of synthesis through the hands-on study of signal flow, timbre, sound design, programming, and the musical functions of various types of sounds.

Written approval of program director
Required Of
None; elective course for MPTI and SFTV graduate students
Electable By
MPTI and SFTV graduate students
Semesters Offered
Fall, Spring, Summer
Course Chair
Pablo Munguia
Taught By
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