Category: Course Descriptions

Final Project – Course Description

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Vacation period; 60 credits. Course organiser: Martin Parker Synopsis This is the main project, the equivalent of the Master’s Dissertation in other programmes, which may be pursued as a group or individual exercise. Work should commence after the end of

Digital Media Studio Project – Course Description – ARCH11006

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Semester 2- 20 credits Course organiser -Dr. Agnese Sile Taken in year two if part-time Lecture Location – Lecture Room G03, 50 George Square (To Be confirmed) | MAP Time – 11:10am Thursdays, plus tutorial times by arrangement with your

Interactive Sound Environments – course description

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Semester 2- 20 credits Course organiser – Dr Jules Rawlinson, Dr Owen Green and Dr Martin Parker Taken in year one if part-time Lecture Location – Atrium, Alison House, 12 Nicolson Square. Lecture Time – 2:10-4pm Tuesdays Tutorial Location –

Media and Culture – course description

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Please see the course description here; digital.eca.ed.ac.uk/ddmhandbook/2013/08/05/course-description-6/

Sound Design Media – Course Description – ARCH11008

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Semester 1- 20 credits Course organiser -Dr. Martin Parker Taken in year one if part-time Course website – digital.eca.ed.ac.uk/sounddesignmedia Essential Prerequisites Experience of using sound recording technologies (microphones, recording equipment etc.) Experience of using sound editing tools such as DAWs or

Sound and Fixed Media – course description

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NOTE: THIS COURSE IS NOT RUNNING 2017-18 Students advance through a series of lectures, demonstrations, practical project work, exercises and critique in a group context. Full attendance and punctual arrival is expected of all students whether auditing the course or

Sonic Structures – course description

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Semester 1, 20 credits. Course organiser : Dr. Martin Parker Taken in year one if studying part-time Course website – digital.eca.ed.ac.uk/sonicstructures Essential Prerequisites Experience of using sound recording technologies (microphones, recording equipment etc.) Experience of using sound editing tools such as

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