The creative aspect of electronic music require unique approaches to the design of electronic music composition studios. Space and budget limitations compound the decision making process required to realize synergy between analog and digital synthesis equipment, professional recording equipment, and accurate acoustics. These problems were successfully addressed in the design of the SYCOM (Systems Complex for the Studio and Performing Arts) Studio A facility at the University of South Florida. Design of this facility brought together techniques from the fields of music, computer science, acoustics, and electrical engineering.
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