Electroacoustic Interpretation and Performance Practice

Technology in Music and Related Arts 170

Usual Description

TECH 170 serves as a performer-focused introduction to the interpretation of electroacoustic music.  The class will examine compositions scored for instrument(s) with CD playback, instrument(s) with live electronics, and instrument(s) with other media.  In addition to adding such pieces to repertoire, students will learn the necessary technology to bring them to life in performance.  The class covers the relevant uses of microphones, mixers, speakers, and computer software, while also attending to important theoretical and conceptual approaches to electroacoustic performance practice.  This course will be particularly relevant to those interested in preparing electroacoustic works for recital.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Technology in Music and Related Arts 170 Taught by Thomas Handman Lopez
Technology in Music and Related Arts 170 Taught by Aurie Hsu
Technology in Music and Related Arts 170 Taught by Peter Swendsen
Technology in Music and Related Arts 170 Taught by Peter Swendsen
Technology in Music and Related Arts 170 Taught by Peter Swendsen
Technology in Music and Related Arts 170 Taught by Peter Swendsen