2015 Student Research Conference:
28th Annual Student Research Conference

Electronic Music using ChucK
Jonathan J. Deneke*, Dominic Fitzgerald, Minh Nguyen, Christine Schulz, Kevin Ou, Don Le, and Brandon Haefner
Dr. Charles Gran, Faculty Mentor

The Electronic Music Working Group demonstrates software synthesis instruments designed and created using the music programming language ChucK. The EMWG explores the various advantages of the language such as parallel programming, "live coding", and a unified timing mechanism across various events. Using computers, keyboards, and MIDI controllers, instruments have been produced following traditional models such as additive synthesis and signal processing using Fourier analysis (FFT), as well as unique methods for adaptable music-tuning and an Android interface for use of the software over a network. The presentation will conclude with a performance.

Keywords: Electronic Music, ChucK, Music Synthesis, MIDI, Signal Processing

Topic(s):Computer Science

Presentation Type: Performance Art

Session: 3-1
Location: OP 2340
Time: 3:30

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