CAMIL I (also known as 5047, and upstairs CAMIL) is a special purpose lab supporting computer music classes and independent research projects in software sound synthesis, computer-based composition and interactive performance control. It is only accessible to students and faculty with activated i-Cards. If you are a new user to the lab please watch the informational presentation.
The lab in January 2012:
- 100 Mbps Ethernet
- 14 student iMacs and 1 project/teacher iMacs
- Yamaha Disklavier, controllable at Station 14 and configurable over the network
- Dedicated 8.1 fully digital sound system
- FocusRite Saffire Pro 8.1 channel firewire interface accessible by laptop and project station
- Alesis Q25 25-key MIDI controllers at every station
- USB extension underneath desk for inserting flash drives and peripherals
- Mic cabinet with Neumann, Sennheiser, and Samson mics, mic stands, and cables with a 25-foot 8-channel recording breakout box.
- Access to the MIDI-controlled McFarland Carillon upon enrolling in Algorithmic Design of Music
- Pro Tools 9 (project station)
- Logic Pro 8
- Sibelius 6
- Max/MSP 5
- Mathematica 8
- Microsoft Office 2010
Open Source and Free Software
- Grace (Common Music)
- Xcode 4
The machines hard reboot by network every night at 2:00 AM to perform a maintenance sync. Every morning, machines in CAMIL I are mirrored to the project machine. This ensures that there are no functional differences between the machines.