A Computer Music Curriculum for the 21st Century


Jongwoo Yim, Richard Dudas


The existence of personal computers and the development of a compact “home studio” setup is requiring academic electro-acoustic music studios to re-think their role in computer music pedagogy and their relationship to computer music creation. This paper examines some of the options available to studios, and specifically focuses on how our university’s studios are striving to redesign a computer music curriculum to work together with these new trends in the context of the Asian educational system.

Published in:

  • Seventh International Conference of the Electroacoustic Music Studies Network (EMS), Shanghai, China, 2010

Where this paper has been cited:

• Yim, J. Dudas, R., “Studio Report: CREAMA – Center for Research in Electro-Acoustic Music and Audio at Hanyang University”, Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference (ICMC), Perth, Australia, 2013