Electronic Music Ensemble of Wayne State University with BEEP
The Electronic Music Ensemble of Wayne State (EMEWS) is a group dedicated to develop and experience the contemporary electronic music performance practices. The participants learn to incorporate electronic instruments, such as synthesizer, drum machine, sampler, and computers, in an ensemble situation. The ensemble also studies and realizes various electroacoustic repertoire as well as original compositions by the students and faculty. EMEWS uses the Electronic Music Performance Lab with various vintage and new electronic instruments, live sound reinforcement gear, and industry-standard recording facility.
The Boyer Electroacoustic Ensemble Project (BEEP) is a course and ensemble taught by Dr. Adam Vidiksis. During the course, students develop skills creating electroacoustic compositions and perform the creations to the community.