Music 220a | fall 2008
Fundamentals of Computer Generated Sound
Ge Wang, with Rob Hamilton (TA) and Mauricio Rodriguez Marquez (TA)

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class: T+Th 10-11:50am
location: CCRMA Classroom (the Knoll)
textbook: Real Sound Synthesis for Interactive Applications by Perry R. Cook
prerequisite: none needed

course summary:

This course covers the fundamentals of computer-generated sound, including synthesis algorithms, concepts, listening, and programming to create sound and music. No prerequisites. This courses is required for subsequent 220 courses (220b and 220c).

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