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Bilgi Üniversitesi'nde Müzik ve GNU/Linux Dersi

15 Oct

Geçen sene bugünlerde Bilgi Üniversitesi, CS bölümünde Ruhan İkeda’nın verdiği Music on Linux dersinden bahsetmiştim [1, 2, 3, 4].

Bu dönem aynı ders güncellenmiş müfredatı ile yine açılmış:

İstanbul Bilgi University, Department of Computer Science/ 2007 Fall
Course Information of Comp291: Music on Linux
Course website: http://cs.bilgi.edu.tr/pages/courses/year_2/comp_291

Instructor: Ruhan Ikeda

Aim: The student will write algorithms to process music using the Lisp programming language. S/he can also write Lisp code to synthesise new instruments to use in a musical composition. We will overview areas and trends in computer music research such as Music and AI, Mathematical Structures in Music, Music Languages.

Classes:
Course asistant will be doing revievs of Common Lisp. We do not assume any prior programming practice with Lisp.

Weekly plan for lectures:
L : Lecture, C : Class

* L : Introduction, overview of syllabus, Music on Linux paper.
* C : Introduction to Common Lisp. L : Sound basics, digital sound processing.
* C : Common Lisp. L : Sound, music, audio: Files and formats.
C : Common Lisp.
* L : Sound, music, audio: Files and formats.
C : Common Lisp, CLOS (Common Lisp Object system).
* L : Notation : Lilypond and MusicXML
* C : CLOS (examples) L : Common Music: objects and functions.
C : CLOS (examples)
* L : Common Music: examples and Sample midterm.
C : Sample midterm solutions.
* L : In-class midterm.
* C : Review, questions. L : Other members of the Common family and deadline for proposing a project.
* C : Review and project discussions.
* L : Music and AI (by Emre Sevinç)
C : Review and project discussions.
* L : Music as a language and music languages
* C : Review and project discussions. L : Mathematical structures in Music
* C : Review and project discussions. L : Project presentations/auditions.

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