Deanne G. Norris’s Profile

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Deanne G. Norris
Academic interests

Sound Design, Music, Composition, Notation, Pianoforte, Guitars

Bio

A self-proclaimed “Career College Student” , Loves Music, Can Hear (Almost) Every Instrument In Different Genres Of Music, Enjoys Different Sports (Knicks, Giants, Liberty), Spoken Word Artist, Past Graphic Design Artist, Loves A Good Non-Fiction Book, Still Trying To Master GTA: San Andreas.

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My Courses

ENT 3390 Sound for Multimedia Spring 2013

ENT 3390 Sound for Multimedia Spring 2013

ENT 3390 Sound for Multimedia Spring 2013

Introduction to Entertainment Technology

Introduction to Entertainment Technology

An introduction to the live entertainment technology industry including working methods; processes, equipment and facilities for theatre, opera, dance, concert productions; theme parks; themed retail; cruise ship venues and corporate special events. Related current events and career opportunities will be discussed. Attendance at several of the type of events listed above is required.

Music Synthesis and Sampling

Music Synthesis and Sampling

This hands-on course explores the principles of sound and note generation in music technology. Study begins with an investigation of the historical and theoretical backgrounds of synthesis. Students will then learn how to program on a variety of different synthesis and sampler engines using additive, subtractive, AM, FM, wavetable, granular and modeling synthesis techniques. Work will include both software and hardware based systems. The second half of the course covers topics and principles of digital audio sampling as it applies to music technology. Students will engage in a variety of activities including sample creation, editing, looping, reference pitch, file formats, and import/export. Once these building blocks are created, they will be integrated into keymaps, instruments, patches, and banks. During the process, students will explore differences between sampler engines and techniques and identify the pros and cons. The course will conclude with a presentation of student’s work to the class and instructor.

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My Clubs

Student Government Association

Student Government Association

The Student Government Association is the representative body for students. We are responsible for recommending student activity fee allocations, shaping policies affecting student life, coordinating extracurricular events and chartering new organizations. Feel free to contact SGA President, Lucas Almonte, with any questions, suggestions or concerns. He can be reached at SGAPresident@CityTech.Cuny.Edu If you wish to start a club on campus contact SGA Vice President, Sylwester Dombroski, at SGAVP@CityTech.Cuny.Edu

Theatreworks City Tech

Theatreworks City Tech

Theatreworks, the resident theatre company at New York City College of Technology, is composed of students, alumni, faculty, staff and community members. Founded in 1974, Theatreworks has been recognized in the media and theater circles for its commitment to professionalism in performance, technology and the advancement of multicultural casting and crews in plays, videos, musicals, dance and other events. This unique approach to theatre has given Theatreworks citywide recognition and an audience from the greater New York area. Theatreworks is now performing in the state-of-the-art Voorhees Theatre, where a haunted hotel, the Gravesend Inn, has opened each October to hundreds of spectators for over 13 years. Each spring semester a resident group is hosted on campus to work with the Theatreworks students. Student technicians receive valuable training by participating in the lighting, sound, costume, video, publicity and scenery crews for performances each year. Theatreworks alumni can be found in the professional theater, in television and concert venues, and working with many theater-related companies in their respective communities. For further information about Theatreworks, call Professor Chip Scott in the Entertainment Technology Office in the Voorhees Building, room V 205, at 718.260.5590 or email cscott@citytech.cuny.edu

Music Club

Music Club

Music Club formed to promote musicality among students in City Tech. The club consists of students who enjoy and play music. Vocalists and Instrumentalists alike.