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Seminar-based classes will provide an historical overview of electroacoustic music that utilises the voice as sound object. The theme of each seminar, focused each week around a different aspect of the voice and technology, will provide the theoretical, philosophical, and aesthetic basis for practical applications, focusing on particular cultural and aesthetic issues that concern the mediated voice in recorded sound. Running concurrently, practical, studio-based classes will provide a technical overview of software applications and of sound recording techniques, particularly looking at the way the voice is rendered, represented or transposed through the electronic medium.
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||30 credits (15 ECTS credits)|
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
First attempt: Level 5: Written journal: 25% In-class participation: 10% Mid-term composition project (Duration: 5-6 minutes):: 25% Final compositional project (Duration: 8-10 minutes):: 40% Level 4: Written journal: 25% In-class participation: 10% Mid-term composition project (Duration: 3-4 minutes): 25% Final compositional project (Duration: 5-7 minutes):: 40% Resit: Written journal: 25%; Composition Project: 75%
There are no assessments for this course.