Mutebook is a project that aims to help audio arts students comprehend scientific concepts related to music technology, such as basic mathematics, fundamentals of acoustics, and digital audio theory. By using online interactive course material with visual and aural feedback, students of various audio arts disciplines can intuitively explore and understand relevant scientific concepts. Mutebook was in part funded by the Innovative Instruction Technology Grant (IITG) of the State University of New York (SUNY), and its first phase—i.e., the creation of an initial collection of interactive lecture notes with integrated applets—will be completed in May 2018.
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