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Note: the week of Monday March 23 (which would have been week 5) is now a teaching break, because #covid19. So now week 5 starts on March 30, then there’s the 2-week teaching break as usual, then week 6 starts on April 20 and we’ll have a 7-week second half of the semester. I’ve updated all the assessment submission dates on this website accordingly. I know it’s confusing—soz—so if you have any questions hit us up on slack.

ANU Laptop Ensemble, Semester 1 2020

Do you want to make music with your computer? Do you want create new kinds of musical instruments? Do you want to be a part of a laptop band? This is the course for you!

In this course you’ll learn fundamental skills of music computing, including digital synthesis, algorithmic composition, and musical interface design. You’ll put these skills to use creating a computer musical instrument, composition, or interactive media work to present in concert at the end of the course.

This course is open to students in computer science, music, art, and elsewhere at ANU. You should have a strong interest in making music using computers, a willingness to learn new approaches to music and computer programming, and be must be able to attend the weekly workshop session perform at the end-of-semester LENS concert.

If you’ve got any questions, the course FAQ might answer them for you.

Updated:    05 Apr 2020 / Responsible Officer:    Head of School / Page Contact:    Ben Swift / License:    CC BY-NC-SA 4.0