Integrative Approaches to Computer-Aided Music Composition (3) Interdisciplinary introduction to music composition using software to assist with notation; historical perspectives drawn from art, dance, theater, and literature.
INART 210 Integrative Approaches to Computer-Aided Music Composition (3)
INART 210 is an interdisciplinary introduction to music composition using software to assist with notation. Historical perspectives are drawn from period music, art works, dance, theater, and literature. Student composers are required to complete five collaboration projects with students from other arts areas. Through collaboration, student composers will be able to develop a more informed critical point of view about music composition as an art and important form of human expression. Collaborations are encouraged with student choreographers, filmmakers, animators, visual artists and actors, including improvisation and interactive techniques. Students will have access to music classroom facilities and Macintosh computer lab for score and sound editing; semester end recording of compositions. Prerequisite: basic music literacy skills: Music 008 or instruction permission.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.