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USF SYCOM: Stereo Concert
|School of Music (MUS)
|School of Music
Students composers from the composition and electronic music program at USF present a concert of contemporary electroacoustic music. Using a variety of electronic instruments, from Moog
Synthesizers to current synthesis and processing software, SYCOM students create music that ranges from atmospheric to beat-driven "techno" styles. This concert is presented in Barness Recital
Hall in the new School of Music building. The sound system and room acoustics of this hall make an ideal listening environment for this concert of modern and experimental music.
Directed by Professor Paul Reller, SYCOM (Systems Complex for the Recording and Performing Arts) is a suite of electronic music studios at the University of South Florida School of Music offering a BM
and an MM in electronic music studies. Through SYCOM and degree programs in Electronic Music and Electro Acoustic Music, there are many options for students interested in electronic music
recording and performance. From an introductory course in electronic music to courses in live, interactive performance, SYCOM offers a seven-semester sequence that covers analog synthesis,
digital sequencing, and real-time programming. Former students of SYCOM have carried out computer-music events throughout the United States and have continued their studies at many first-
rate institutions. The USF Composition Department offers bachelors and masters degrees in music composition and electronic music. The SYCOM studios and USF Composition department include
first-rate facilities and comprehensive curricula in electronic and acoustic composition.
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|A Free Event.
|Barness Recital Hall