2:30pm Sunday, April 27, 2014: Computer Music Systems and Information Processing, taught by Roger Dannenberg, presents an interactive computer music concert. The event will be held in the Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, CFA 111. Free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided.
Computer Music Systems and Information Processing presents concepts and techniques for representing and manipulating discrete music information, both in real time and off line. Students learn how to build efficient run-time systems for event scheduling, tempo control, and interactive processing. The course also covers non-real-time processing of music data, including Markov models, style recognition, computer accompaniment, query-by-humming, and algorithmic composition.
Roger Dannenberg is a Professor of Computer Science, Art, and Music.