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* 2) written documentation (and any program notes)
* 3) your final.html should link to these files
* 3) your final.html should link to these files
* 4) a presentation/demo or live performance of the piece
* 4) a presentation/demo or live performance of the piece

Current revision as of 12:08, 14 March 2013

Contents

Final Project

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Due date

  • (presentation / demo / performance) : Tuesday 3/12, 10-12:00am CCRMA Stage
  • Setup will begin at 8:30 so please come early!
  • Breakfast will be provided so invite your friends!!!


Part 1: Open-Ended Project

  • as discussed in class, the final project is open-ended
  • work on something your interested in and have fun!


Part 2: Show it / Perform It

  • aim for 5-10 minute per piece (though your fully designed live performance can be longer)
  • keep in mind setup/transition time
  • final presentations + performances


Part 3: Critique (due Tuesday, 3/19)

Deliverables

turn in all files by putting them in your Library/Web/220b/project/ directory, and then linking to them from your Library/Web/220b/final.html - and submitting the link to Takako, Rob, and Spencer

  • 1) source code + sound files for your performance
  • 2) written documentation (and any program notes)
  • 3) your final.html should link to these files
  • 4) a presentation/demo or live performance of the piece

And, to be submitted separately via email to Takako, Rob, and Spencer:

  • 5) a critique of two of the performances/demos
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