CAMIL I (now room MB4033, previously MB5047, also known as "upstairs CAMIL") is a special purpose lab supporting composition, music technology and computer music classes, and independent research projects in software sound synthesis, computer-assisted composition, and interactive performance control. It is available during all scheduled Music Building hours, but is only accessible to students and faculty via a room key.
The lab in January 2012:
- 1 GB Ethernet, and wireless internet access
- 14 iMacs running OSX 10.11 (as of Fall 2016)
- 11 new iMacs as of 11/2015, with i7 processors, 16GB RAM, and 500GB SSD (workstations 1-10, 14)
- 3 older iMacs with i3 processors, 4GB RAM, and 500GB serial HD (workstations 11-13)
- Yamaha Disklavier Grand Piano, controllable at workstation 14, and configurable over the network
- Dedicated 8.1-channel sound system
- Alesis Q25 25-key MIDI controllers at every station
- For recording: Neumann, Sennheiser, and Samson mics, mic stands, XLR cables, and a 25-foot 8-channel recording breakout box.
- Harmonia — a Music Theory Platform
- CAMIL also hosts several open-source music technology software applications. Go to the Software page for more information.
- Adobe CC
- camil11 & camil12 only
- Logic Pro X
- Mainstage 3
- Max 7
- workstations 1-10, and 14
- workstations 11-13 have MaxMSP 5
- Microsoft Office 2016
- Pro Tools
- camil1 only
- Sibelius 8