GCT535 Spring 2021

Sound Technology for Multimedia

Course Description

Sound is the essential part of ever-increasing multimedia content. This course introduces theories and applications to handle sound on computers. The theories include the fundamentals of acoustics, digital audio, filters, Fourier analysis, sound synthesis and digital audio effects. The applications cover music synthesizers, music production, game sound, sound arts and other topics. Through practices using audio software and programming, students will also learn basic skills and recipes to create sound applications and contents.

General Information

  • Instructor: Juhan Nam (남주한)
  • TA: Wonil Kim (김원일), Minsuk Choi (최민석)
  • Lecture: Mon and Wed, 14:30 - 16:00 (Online)

Grading Policy

  • Assignments: 50 %
  • Midterm: 20 %
  • Final Project: 30%

Textbooks

                       

Schedule

Week Topics
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  • Midterm Exam (Apr 21, Wed, 14:30-15:50, open-book and take-home exam)
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  • [Special Lecture, May 24 (Mon)] Sound Arts by Seungsoon Park (Artist, Neutune)
  • [May 26 (Wed)]Final Project: Idea Presentation & Discussion
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  • Final Project: 5-minute presentation video (by Jun-16, Wed), report (by Jun-18, Fri)