[chuck-users] Summer DSP Course (in ChucK)
ge at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Thu Feb 19 15:34:33 EST 2009
Perry and I will be teaching a 1-week intensive summer course on Sound
Synthesis and Digital Signal Processing in ChucK, to take place from July
6th - July 10th, at CCRMA, Stanford University. The course fee is $650
and includes the course textbook "Real Sound Synthesis for Interactive
Applications" by Perry (see below for more information). Should be fun!
We sincerely hope you can join us!
All the best,
Perry and Ge!
Here is more information:
Sound Synthesis and Digital Signal Processing in ChucK
Perry Cook, Ge Wang
Description: This 1-week course will introduce basic concepts in sound
synthesis, digital signal processing, and programming in the ChucK
This workshop is intended for: If you know programming (C, Java, C++
Objective C, etc.) then you'll know ChucK thoroughly by the end of this
course. If you don't, then you'll know some programming and some ChucK.
If you have math background, then you'll know quite a lot of DSP by the
end of this course. If not, then you'll have an intuitive grip on many of
the concepts. If you know DSP but not physical modeling or other sound
synthesis techniques, then you'll know those by the end of the course.
Workshop structure: Morning lectures will cover time and frequency
domains, additive, subtractive, FM, and physical modeling synthesis, and
basics of ChucK programming. Afternoon labs will reinforce course topics
through hands-on exercises and individual work based on participant
Text: Real Sound Synthesis for Interactive Applications (included in
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