Student Electroacoustic and Film Score Compositions
Composition at Virginia Tech
Charles Nichols, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology, Music
WHAT HAPPENS HERE?
Students in the Composition program in the School of Performing Arts at Virginia Tech will present their electroacoustic fixed media and film scores, composed for the MUS 3066 and MUS 2066 classes, taught by SOPA professor and ICAT fellow Charles Nichols.
WHAT WAS THE PROCESS?
Students in MUS 3066 composed fixed media electroacoustic music, programming digital audio synthesis and processing instruments in the Csound programming language and note lists in the Blue integrated music environment. Students in MUS 2066 composed film scores for public domain movies, using digital audio sampler and synthesizer plugins, in the REAPER digital audio workstation. Learn more.