We have recently renovated and instrumented the Euterpea Studio, a lab for experimental interactive computer music research. We have three Windows computers equipped with:
- Two M-Audio Ozonic keyboard controllers.
- Two Edirol SD-20 sound canvas modules with support for GM and GM2.
- A Tascam US-144 USB audio and MIDI interface.
- Cakewalk Sonar X1 digital audio workstation software
- Cakewalk Sonar LE
- A Creative Labs X-Fi sound card with hardware-level SoundFont support
- Haskell and Euterpea.
In addition, the Studio has:
- A high-quality Roland mesh-based electronic drum set.
- An Akai EWI 4000S (electronic wind instrument).
- A Korg X5 keyboard controller and synthesizer.
- A Tascam 2488neo digital portastudio.
- A Yamaha VL-70S physical modeling synthesizer (for the EWI).
- A Yamaha N3 Avant Grande, hybrid acoustic grand piano.
- A MIDI guitar.
- A Mackie Onyx 12-channel mixer.
- A balanced pair of Rode microphones.
- A pair of DynAudio powered studio monitor speakers.
Our goal is for the Euterpea Studio to be a state of the art teaching and research lab for computer music aimed at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Students may request access to the Euterpea Studio for coursework or research by contacting Paul Hudak.