Summer Electronic Music Institute. Tools:  (can run for free, pay to save edits)  (optional paid app $5) Max-Patches & Touch layout for OSC collaboration Max-Video examples from Adam.


This page will be the central source for assignments in the Fundamentals of Music Technology course. Syllabus: Fall 2014 Assignments Due by 2pm on date listed unless otherwise noted, click links for details. Reading by class time Worksheet Report (blog) other/Instructions 9/2/2014 nothing due first day of classes 9/9/2014 Chapter 1, Sound Create blog Blog 9/16/2014 […]

AV1 Final

The Final Project for AV1 gives you the opportunity to apply all the lessons from the short assignments in the semester into one large project that you can use to demonstrate the quality of your post production skill set. The final will be broken down into several layers so that we may use class time […]

Live remix session

Reminder: Sample Requirements -Samples you have copyright to ONLY (unless they’re Puff Daddy’s) -No Presets! (Sorry modern talking) -No Puff Daddy Samples – Sample rate of 48 kHz -WAV AIFF, or lossless file types. If it doesn’t open in Ableton there’s a good chance I’m not going to convert it so please do that! Rhythmic […]

Listening Session

Please sign up for a listening session slot here. 1st session is 4-Feb-2015

DAP2 video intro

With the weather preventing all of us from meeting together, I have prepared this video introduction that will hopefully clarify some of the goals and expectations of the course. You can watch the video here. The slides in the video may be hard to read so you can follow along with the slide full screen here, […]

AV1 Syllabus Spring 2015

Audio for Video 1 Wednesdays 11am-12:40pm Studio C (aka Edu room 880)   Online Course Description An introduction to the concepts and applications of audio production for video, television and film. Current production techniques frequently used in the post-production industry will be explored with special emphasis on synchronization and the interfacing of SMPTE time code, […]

Topic Outline

As your group digs into your final project research, you will want to organize the research such that you cover the most important parts of your topic.  Ideally you will split your main topic into three areas you can each individually review.  That said, you are each responsible for the over-all success of the presentation.  So […]

Final Project Sources

Each member of your video production group must contribute to the understanding of the topic.  A key ingredient in this understanding is producing a literary review of the topic.  You must be able to cite any statement of fact used in your paper, script or video. Submit your sources here. Reminder, all sources must be […]

FMT-final project week 1

In preparation for your final project please make a few decisions regarding rolls of group members to get things started. 1. Choose a group leader/manager. This person will be responsible for making decisions when the group needs one person to do so, and will be responsible for keeping the group on-task. 2. Choose a group […]

FMT final project time

For the final project in Fundamentals of Music Technology, we will focus our studies on specific topics that each group of 3 students will present to the rest of the class in the last two meetings. Points for accuracy and awesomeness of presentation. Select your topic preference here.

Dr. Ferrara, Copyright law

Dr. Lawrence Ferrara, the former longstanding Chair of the Music and Performing Arts Professions Department and ongoing member of the faculty, will present a lecture (including Q & A) regarding the use of a “sample” of an existing sound recording in a new sound recording. Dr. Ferrara is a music copyright consultant for every major record […]

Polar charts?

When describing how well a speaker projects or a microphone receives sound at different angles of incidence, a polar chart is a swell way to show the data.    Its easy to catch anomalies when looking at the polar chart.  Much more so than looking at a list of numbers. Please see google images for examples, […]

Experiment Instructions: Directionality

This assignment includes a practical experiment, described below, which can be performed in groups of 2-3. Using sine wave generator (software or hardware), JBL eon active loudspeaker on a stand and an SPL meter performing the following: Begin the process by producing a 1000 Hz sine wave, Adjust the levels of the signal generator and […]


Here we will have all the key information for the Music Technology Program meeting. Wednesdays, 3:30-4:45pm, 6th floor conference room,  Education Building. Feedback/Suggestions Listening Session Signup  .::Current list::.