INTRO COMPUTER MUSIC
INTRO COMPUTER MUSIC MUSC 336
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BAIN MUSC 336 Introduction to Music Technology MUSIC amp COMPUTERS CH 1 Terminology and Concepts in order of appearance 11 What is Sound time7domain plot sound as a function compressionraref action Newton s Third Law input output relati on gra h Visualization of a function defonnationpertrlrbation sample sarnplin continuous discrete transducer basilar membrane time7to7frequency conversion digital signal raw data 12 Amplitude physical acoustic measurement psychophysicalcognitive attribute sine wavepure tone amplitude intensity and loudness energy arithrnic perception absoluterelative change ratiometric change fixed arithmetic change watts decibel dB anechoic chamber 13 Frequency Pitch and Intervals frequency physical pitch psychophysical cognitive range of human hearing 20 Hz 7 20 KHz infrasonic range 0720 Hz presbycusis waveform periodic waveform wavelength wave cancellation linear scale logarithmic scale octave base72 logarithmic perception Fletcher Munson curves mid7frequency range sensitivity 14 Timbre spectra spectral features tone color envelope 7 transients attack A decay D sustain S trapezoidal envelope ASD s ectr39um sinusoids tuning fork Fourier components Fourier analysis Gibbs ringing envelope speed of sound 345 msec spectral histograms phase cancellation w s p spectral components chirp f Up 7 partials 7 overtones 7 harmonics Text Burk Phil Larry Polansky Douglas Repetto Mary Roberts and Dan Rockmore Music and Computers A Theoretical and Historical Approach Emeryville CA Key College Publishing 2005
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