CCRMA SUMMER WORKSHOPS 2016
6/13 - 6/17 Perceptual Audio Coding: Marina Bosi and Rich Goldberg
6/19 - 6/23 SuperCollider: Fernando Lopez-Lezcano and Bruno Ruviaro
6/27 - 7/1 New Music Controllers: Sasha Leitman and Michael Gurevich
7/4 - 7/8 Audio Plug-Ins Designed with Faust: Romain Michon
7/11 - 7/15 Formalized Score Control: Using Python and Abjad in Music Composition: Jeff Treviño, Trevor Bača and Josiah Wolf Oberholtzer
7/18 - 7/22 The Composed Instrument: Intersections of 3D Printing and Digital Audio for Mobile Phone: John Granzow and Romain Michon
7/25 - 7/29 Stompbox Design: Esteban Maestre and Romain Michon
8/1 - 8/5 Mobile EEG and Computational Tools for Auditory Research: Irán Román
8/8 - 8/12 Designing Musical Games: Gaming Musical Design: Rob Hamilton and Chris Platz
8/15 - 8/19 Music Information Retrieval: Steve Tjoa and Andres Cabrera
Not offered this year: Aspects of Sound in Art: Sasha Leitman, Elaine Buckholtz, and Floor Van de Velde
The Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics offers intensive programs where top educators and researchers from the fields of music, engineering, and computer science will present a detailed study of specialized subjects. Each workshop is one week long. The workshops are open to the public. Most workshops are 9-5pm with an hour for lunch on your own, but check each workshop page for specific schedule information.
All workshops are subject to change or cancellation based on low enrollment. Any workshop with low enrollment will be cancelled at least 3 weeks before start date of workshop.
TUITION AND FEES
Course tuition varies from workshop to workshop, and in many cases includes materials fees. Several workshops are now offering scholarships - please check the individual workshop pages for details.
No academic credit is offered for participation in the workshops.
Housing costs are not included in the course fee. For housing options, please check SUPost.com and craigslist.
Directions to the CCRMA Workshop held at the Knoll, 660 Lomita Drive, Stanford, CA can be found here: http://www.stanford.edu/home/visitors/maps.html
Parking costs are not included in the course fee. Parking information can be found at the Stanford Parking and Transportation website: http://transportation.stanford.edu
660 Lomita Drive
Stanford, CA 94305-8180
All workshops held at CCRMA require a $50 non-refundable registration fee.