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Curriculum Overview

Sound Engineering, Music Recording & Mixing, Digital Media Production & Mastering, Shooting Techniques and Digital Imaging, Electroacoustic Composition, Conception and Realization of Interactive Music, Integrating Music into Multimedia, WEB applications.

Acoustics, Music Perception & Cognition, Signal Processing, Sound Synthesis.

Real-Time Signal Processing, Interactive music.

Applyed Computer Sciences (languages : LISP, C, Faust / environments : Max, Processing, PureData, Csound, OpenMusic, SuperCollider).

Musicology, History of Electronic Music and Digital Arts.

Cultural Environment, Project Management, English/French.

Managers

RIM: Laurent Pottier m/ RAN: Vincent Ciciliato m

Course Descriptions

THIRD SemestER Credits
UE 1 - Sound and Image Production Technologies        4
1.1. Music Recording & Mixing
1.2. Shooting Techniques and Digital Imaging
UE 2 - Signal Processing 5
2.1. Acoustics and Signal Processing
 - Acoustics & Cognition
 - Signal Processing
2.2. Digital Image Production
 - Editing, post-production, post-synchronization
 - Real-time Image Processing 1
 - Real-time Image Processing 2
UE 3 - Applyed Computer Sciences 10
3.1. Algorithmic – LISP
3.2. Algorithmic Composition RIM
3.3. Real-time Audio Systems
3.4. Computer Sciences(languages et Systems)
3.5. Gesture Capture
3.6. Prototyping
3.6. Multimedia Installations (optimisation, régie, maintenance) RAN
UE 4 - Disciplinary Fields 6
4.1. Music & musicologY
 - Analysis, composition RIM
 - History of Electronic Music RIM
4.2. Aesthetics and History of Digital Arts
 - History of Digital Arts
 - Artistic Practice and Technology of Daily Works RAN
4.3. Arts & Technics
 - Art & interaction
 - History of Technologies RAN
4.4. English/French
UE 5 - Projects 6
5.1. Personnel Project RIM
5.2. Design and implementation of a multimedia project RAN
FOURTH SemestER Credits
UE 1 - Sound and Image Production Technologies  5
1.1. Electroacoustic Composition RIM
1.2. Studio - shoot for interactive media RAN
1.3. Music/Images/Web
UE 2 - Signal Processing 5
2.1. Acoustics RIM
2.2. Signal Processing
2.3. Real-time Image Processing 3 RAN
UE 3 Informatique appliquée 5
3.1. Linux-osX Environnement
3.2. Real-time audio systemes and languages
3.3. Gesture Capture – Physical sensors
3.4. Prototyping
UE 4 Disciplinary Fields 5
4.1. Musicology
 - History of Electronic Music + Acousmonium RIM
4.2. Aesthetics and History of Digital Arts
 - Spaces et Networks
 - New technologies and Living Shows
4.3. Option (RIM or RAN)
UE 5 Placements 10
5.1. Placement
5.2. Personnel Project

Teachers involved in the RIM & RAN Masters

University Teachers:

Philippe EZEQUEL, Lecturer, Computer Sciences Departt, EURISE, Saint-Etienne.
Etienne PARIZET, Senior Lecturer, Laboratoire Vibrations Acoustique, Insa, Lyon I.
Laurent POTTIER (manager), Lecturer, Musicology Departt, Saint-Etienne.
Béatrice RAMAUT-CHEVASSUS, Senior Lecturer, Musicology Departt, Saint-Etienne.
Vincent CICILIATO, Lecturer, Arts Departt, Saint-Etienne.

Professionals:

Gregory ALIOT, sound engineer, Ohmnibus Studio, Saint-Etienne.
Sakina BAKHA, English Teacher.
Max BRUCKERT, Computer Music Producer, GRAME, Lyon.
Vincent CARINOLA, Composer, Professor at PESM Bourgogne (Pôle d'Enseignement Supérieur de la Musique), Dijon.
Pierre COLOMIES, Sound Designer at Ubisoft, Montpellier.
Dominique FOBER, Researcher at GRAME, Lyon.
Nicolas HOSTE, Technical Director of the Commercial Music Center le FIL, Saint-Etienne.
Emmanuel JOURDAN, Computer Music Producer, Researcher at IRCAM (Paris) & Cycling74 (USA).
Stéphane LETZ, Researcher at GRAME, Lyon.
Jean-François MINJARD, Composer, Saint-Etienne.
Yann ORLAREY, Scientific Director of GRAME, Lyon.
Michel PASCAL, Composer, Electroacoustic Composition Teacher at Music Conservatory of Nice.
Pascale JAKUBOVSKI, Composer, Composition Teacher at Music Conservatory of Saint-Etienne.
Michele TADINI, Electroacoustic Composition Teacher at Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Lyon.
Nathanael TARDIF, Interactive Web Designer.