Students of this course may try their hand at their own sound interventions and musical compositions, or simply focus on learning more about diverse musical traditions, sonic experimentation, and acoustic phenomena in everyday life. Designed by artist and Duke professor, Pedro Lasch, and UdK composer Mathias Hinke, this course is also co-taught by scholar and musician Jace Clayton (DJ Rupture) and curator Candice Hopkins (Documenta 14). The lectures link major artistic developments of recent decades to wider ideas about sound in specific social and spatial contexts.
Art of the MOOC: Experiments with SoundDuke University
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TOP REVIEWS FROM ART OF THE MOOC: EXPERIMENTS WITH SOUND
Very Good Course I would encourage every Musician to take this course. It is very informative and broadens one knowledge in Global World Music Perspective
Great fun and insights, and motivation to re-question my perception and interaction with sounds in the physical environment. Thank you!
A very interesting and different perspective on Sound and Music for me given that I am from an Engineering background.
it was very interesting, it covered all levels in our llives, taught us new concepts and introduced us to new topics
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