Since the MA/MST program is only 9 short months long, each class is largely isolated from past classes and left to figure things out for themselves. So here are a few hints from the class of 2008:
A few useful resources:
If you need to get your math skills up to speed:
- Mathematics Formulary -- a great study guide with all the formulas you'll need.
- Equation Sheets
- A little bit about e
It's ok to take a class that isn't at CCRMA. Just don't take too many. Look into taking a class at the d.school and into taking a class with Paul DeMarinis in the Studio Art Department.
Be sure to take at least one DSP class with Julius.
Take a video of your 250 project and put it on YouTube.
Use the Product Realization Lab (PRL)
Fry's is a decent place to get parts.
HDB is better (but a little further away).
Everything you need to know about pd
It's fun to play live on KZSU
You can find out everything about the arts at Stanford from SICA
If you need your audio to be real wide, go here.
The only place to play on campus is the Axe N' Palm, but you're better off putting on your own concert in the CCRMA stage.
Use the ccrma.stanford.edu email address and forward it to a gmail account. If you use the stanford.edu address, it will disappear when you leave, but the ccrma.stanford.edu address will stick around.