The Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics offers intensive programs where top educators and researchers from the fields of music, engineering, and computer science will present a detailed study of specialized subjects. Each workshop is one week long. The workshops are open to the public.
Stanford University is not allowing any in-person activities on campus in summer 2020. Many of our workshop instructors are working now to determine if they will be able to offer their workshop online, so please check back with us for updated information. Workshops below labeled as "PENDING" may end up being offered; workshops labeled as "CANCELED" will not be offered this summer, however they are likley to be rescheduled for 2021; workshops without a label are planned for online learning. Registration for online workshops is currently under construction and should be available the week of May 4th or thereabouts.
6/22 – 6/26
Bach in Max/MSP: Andrea Agostini, Davor Vincze
CANCELED: Digital Audio Effects: A Digital Signal Processing Primer for Musicians and Audio Engineers: Elliot Canfield-Dafilou, Mark Rau
Distributed Arts Collective: Multimedia, Sound Art, and Performance in Aggregated Creative Practice: Constantin Basica, Alex Chechile
6/29 – 7/3
Algorithmic Composition with Max/MSP and Open Music: Davor Vincze, Andrew Watts
CANCELED: Sound Art: Audio-visual Design, Installation, and Sculpture: Stephanie Sherriff, Dan Somen
6/30 - 7/21 (Tuesdays Only)
Designing Physical Interactions for Music: Sasha Leitman, Roger Linn
8/10 - 8/14
Max/MSP/Jitter II: Chris Lortie, Matt Wright
CANCELED: Deep Learning for Music Information Retrieval with Tensorflow2: Irán Román
8/24 - 8/28
SuperCollider: Bruno Ruviaro
SUMMER 2020: All workshops offered will be done remotely, due to attempts to limit transmission of SARS-CoV-2.
The Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) offers intensive programs where top educators and researchers from the fields of music, engineering, and computer science will present a detailed study of specialized subjects. Each workshop is one week long. The workshops are open to the public. Most workshops are 9-5pm with an hour for lunch on your own, but check workshop pages for specific schedule information.
Workshops are subject to change or cancellation; if a workshop needs to be canceled we will do our best to notify you within a reasonable period of time, and a full refund will be issued.
TUITION AND FEES
SUMMER 2020: Fees vary from workshop to workshop, but most are between $200-250, plus a $25 non-refundable registration fee (charged once per student, not per registration). Several workshops offer scholarships - please check the individual workshop pages for details.
No academic credit is offered for participation in workshops.
660 Lomita Court
Stanford, CA 94305-8180
Registration for CCRMA workshops include a $25 non-refundable registration fee.