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Keynote to take place at the Cassandra Voss Center with later sessions split between there and the Mulva Library.
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Tuesday, June 7 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Scoring the Digital Landscape (Virtual)

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This presentation is guided by the instructor’s experiences with a new course emphasizing several learning objectives: development of skills in MIDI programming, audio editing and processing, arranging, scoring to picture, implementation of audio for interactive applications, audio asset management, mastering, and mix automation. The learning outcome: a playable game build with its own dynamic soundtrack and fully realized cinematic. Such a course could be created and developed independently or in partnership with a digital cinema, art, gaming, or computer science department; taught to students or to groups of students (i.e. development teams), and perhaps as part of a music industry or collaborative arts program. This course, along with other newly developed courses, could enable composers and sound designers to develop a video game package in cooperation with students who may already be programming and creating art for games.

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Gerhard Guter

Assistant Professor of Music Business & Jazz Studies, Elmhurst College
Gerhard Guter is a composer, arranger, producer, and multi-instrumentalist. He has written and produced music for The History Channel, World of Warcraft, Celebrity Cruises, and Microsoft. Guter’s orchestral music has also been featured at the Orpheum Theater for the Ovation Awards in Los Angeles. As a vocalist, he is a member of the vocal jazz quintet Vocalogy, which has released two albums to date. | | A certified Avid Pro Tools HD and... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2016 10:30am - 11:30am
Cassandra Voss Center - Main Floor

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