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Harvard's electroacoustic music resources are concentrated in the Harvard University Studio for Electroacoustic Composition (HUSEAC) located in Paine Hall Rooms 22, 31, 32, and 33, with an office in Room 21.

Each Mac-based workstation has four or eight channel spatialization capability. Room 33 adds 7.1 Surround Sound, DV and HDV video editing with a DVD mastering suite. All workstations run Pro Tools, Nuendo, Max/MSP+Jitter, the IRCAM Forum suite, Csound, and much more. Our vintage Serge and Buchla analog modular synthesizers, as well as a variety of classic outboard signal processors, are housed in Room 22.

For a closer look at our HYDRA Loudspeaker Orchestra click
here.
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The HUSEAC facilities are open to graduate composition students and those enrolled in electroacoustic music seminars.
Questions about equipment and access should be directed to Professor
Hans Tutschku, HUSEAC Director.


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