MUS 3034 – Interactive Music and Multimedia

As digital interactivity increases in many aspects of 21st-century life, it exerts a dramatic impact on the arts. This course examines the aesthetics and technologies of recent interactive artworks, from interactive musical compositions and video pieces, to multimedia installations and performances involving interactive dance technology. Students develop their own interactive projects and learn to program in Max--a graphical computer language for user interface construction, audio synthesis and signal processing, and video capture and rendering. Prerequisite: MUS 1024, CS 1124, ART 2364, ART 2614, or WRC 3054. IV