COMPUTERS and MUSIC at M.S.U.

COURSES

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES
GRADUATE COURSES
RELATED COURSES




Undergraduate


MUS 440  Electronic and Computer Music Literature
            Fall. 3(3-0)

Music Literature composed with tape recorders, 
synthesizers, and computers.

P:MUS 281. R:Not open to freshmen and sophomores. 
QP: MUS 282 QA:MUS 439


MUS 441 Introduction to Computer Music Spring. 3(3-0) Digital Synthesizers, samplers, and Musical Instrument Digital Interface. Computer sequencing and timbre editing software. Compositional techniques of computer music. P:MUS 281. R:Not open to freshmen. QP: MUS 282 QA: MUS 440
MUS 442 Independent Projects in Computer Music Fall, Spring. 1 to 3 credits. A student my earn a maximum of 6 credits in all enrollments for this course. Independent composition or research in computer music. Assigned use of computer music studios. P: MUS 441. QP: MUS 441 QA: MUS 442

Graduate


MUS 882  Composition With Computers
            Fall. 2(2-1)

Current applications of microcomputers in musical composition.

R:Open only to graduate students in the School of Music.
QA:MUS 870


MUS 883 Advanced Computer Music Projects Spring. 1 to 4 credits. A student my earn a maximum of 12 credits in all enrollments for this course. Techniques and principles of composition and research with computers. Use of computer hardware and software. P:MUS 882 or 441. R:Open only to graduate students in the School of Music and in Computer Science. QA:MUS 871

Related Courses


MUS 974  Atonality, Serialism and Set Theory
            Spring. 2(2-0)
            
Atonal and paratonal music. Related compositional and 
analytical systems. Serialism, integral serialism, and
set theory.

R:Open only to graduate students in the School of Music.
QA:MUS 964


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