Electronic and Media Arts Studios

Computer Music Lab (Music Practice Building 319)

Open 24/7 to composition students, the Computer Music Lab is used for mid-size classes, film viewing, seminars, and work with a wide range of software and hardware available on Mac computer stations. The room accommodates eleven people working with computers simultaneously and offers stereo output only. The Lab also has score binding equipment, professional quality printers, scanners, and a range of MIDI keyboards, modules, and an analog synthesizer. The Computer Music Lab is not available to walk in users during regularly scheduled classes and seminars taking place in this room. A schedule of classes and seminars is posted on the door. Access to the lab is granted through Dr. Lyn Goeringer, Director of Electronic and Media Arts.

Computer Music Studio (Music Practice Building 307)

Also open 24/7 to composition students, the Computer Music Studio is designed for individual work, small classes, and film viewing. It offers a 7.1 surround sound system and a wide range of software, digital and analog synthesizers, as well as the possibility of incorporating microphones, and other kinds of technology, into its hardware and software platforms. The first priority for scheduled time in the Computer Music Studio goes to classes and students working on projects over an extended period of time. A schedule of reserved times is posted weekly on the door of 307 MPB. Access to the lab is granted through Dr. Lyn Goeringer, Director of Electronic and Media Arts. 

Electronic Music Workshop

This student-lead group often combines real-time electronic music performance with acoustic instruments in performances of experimental works as well as in improvisation.MSU EMW