Music and Technology in the 21st Century: How do computers think about music?

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Session will begin with a livestream on the Hopkins at Home page beginning at 5:30 PM EDT. Immediately following, there will be a hosted live discussion via Zoom for 20 participants which will last approximately 30 minutes. 
 

Watch the recording here.

Course Description

Music and Technology in the 21st Century: How do computers think about music? 

If you’re a singer or instrumentalist that learned about music using ‘conventional’ notation, sight reading and ear training, this presentation will teach you the fundamentals of computer music software such as MIDI sequencers and Digital Audio Workstations. By the end of it you should be ready to dive into Garageband, Logic Pro or Cakewalk, as well as plug-ins and sample libraries, and get creative.

Course Instructor

TDolbyIn fall 2014, Thomas Dolby was named Homewood Professor of the Arts at Johns Hopkins University. He is currently the head of the Peabody Conservatory’s Music for New Media program, which launched in the fall semester of 2018. He has recently released his first book, The Speed Of Sound, on Macmillan/Flatiron.

 Event Date
Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Start Time: 5:30pm

 Contact
Hopkins at Home
hopkinsathome@jhu.edu

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