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Computer Music Project

The EMS Computer Music Project is both a research and a teaching facility.

Founded in 1984, it fulfills its double mission by promoting the creation of new musical compositions as well as the development of new tools for sound design, sound analysis, sound visualization and automatic score editing that, in turn, benefit classroom and studio teaching. CMP is used by faculty and students in the School of Music's Composition-Theory Division, although visitors with valid projects are welcome. Courses and seminars offered in the Computer Music Project constantly attract numerous students from a variety of other University of Illinois departments.

CMP users have an ongoing exchange of ideas, share information amongst each other, and present their work at music festivals and professional meetings such as ICMC (International Computer Music Conference), SEAMUS (Society for Electro-Acoustic Music), ISMIR (International Society for Music Information Retrieval) and SuperComputing conferences.

The manager of CMP is Sever Tipei. Scott Wyatt serves as the director of the Experimental Music Studios.

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