Artistic Seminar 1 - 1st semester
a) To acquire enlarged and solid knowledge on sound phenomenology from the point of view of sound physical production and cognition.
b) To acquire expertise on the modern musical acoustics as well as sound instruments that depend from electrified technologies.
c) To acquire knowledge about the theoretical and practical foundations of sound synthesis.
d) To study the association between specific sounds and the synthesis technique that produced them.
e) To develop skills for the use of studied concepts in divers programming environments.
Isaac Daniel Casimiro Raimundo, Isabel Pires
Weekly - 3 letivas + 1 tutorial
Total - Available soon
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Practical and theoretical sessions. Oral presentation from the matters (50%). Musical works audition, laboratorial sound examples analysis and discussion (15%). Computer programming practice (35%).
Module 1: Continuous evaluation and a final written assessment (50%).
Module 2: Continuous evaluation by production one or more short practical exercises, a final programming project with artistic and creative (25%). A final written assessment (25%). The final project works can be object of public presentation.
Module 1: Physical Acoustics and sound.
Teacher: Vincent Debut
1. Studying sound phenomenology under its physical point of view.
2. Studying production and propagation of sound phenomena, sound signals representations, rooms acoustics and auditory system.
3. Studying relevant aspects of musical and instrumental sound acoustics.
Module 2: Technical synthesis and sonority study. The sound forms.
Teacher: Isabel Pires
5. Developing theoretical knowledge and practical ability on using the key techniques of digital sound synthesis.
6. Acquiring skills on virtual instruments building.
7. Acquiring theoretical and practical knowledge concerning the sound \"forms\".
8. Studying the auditory sound synthesis perception and its association to technical procedures and aesthetic aspects.
9. Practical Programming in CSound.
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