E4896: Music Signal Processing

General Course Information

   

Instructor

Prof. Alexandros Eleftheriadis

Office

811 Schapiro Research Bldg., (212) 854-8670

Email

eleft@ee.columbia.edu

Lectures

Mondays, 9am-11am, 825 Mudd

Office Hours

Mondays 1:00pm-3:00pm, or by appointment

Class Mailing List

eleft-class@ee.columbia.edu

Class Web Site

http://www.ee.columbia.edu/~eleft/e4896

 

 

Teaching Assistant

Ron Weiss

Email

ronw@ee.columbia.edu

Office

1243 Mudd

Office Hours

Tuesdays 12:30-2:30pm

   

Recitations

There will be at least two sessions throughout the semester.

 

 

Text Books*

D. Moulton, Total Recording**, KIQ Productions, http://www.kiqproductions.com (ISBN 0-9674304-0-2)

 

U. Zolzer, Editor, DAFX: Digital Audio Effects, Wiley, 2002 (ISBN 0-471-49078-4)

Homework

Assignments will be distributed about every two weeks, including problem sets, Matlab assignments and studio assignments.

Project

All students will participate in group projects which will involve tracking, mixing and effects processing, and mastering tasks. Finished projects will consist of audio CDs as well as written reports detailing all design, sound engineering, and signal processing considerations. The project will allow students to perform in-depth work in any one of the subjects covered in the course: recording, mixing, mastering, and design of signal processing algorithms.

Grading

Homeworks30%,  Final 30%, Project 40%

Credits

3

Final Exam

Monday May 9, 9-11am, 337 Mudd

  *: There is also an extensive list of recommended books and other reading material.
**: Make sure you also get my list of corrections to the Total Recording book.

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