[chuck-users] Summer DSP Course (in ChucK)
mbranscom at gmail.com
Thu Feb 19 20:44:52 EST 2009
I don't think I'll be able to make it to the class, but I would be
interested in purchasing the book.
On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 12:34 PM, Ge Wang <ge at ccrma.stanford.edu> wrote:
> Dear all,
> 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:
> July 6-10
> 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 language.
> 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 interests.
> Text: Real Sound Synthesis for Interactive Applications (included in course
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