Sound and music computing

Optimization-based modeling of suprasegmental speech timing

KTH Royal Institute of Technology - Sun, 05/03/2015 - 21:48

Time: Tue 2015-05-26 15.00 - 17.00

Location: TMH, Room Fantum, 5th floor, Lindstedtsvägen 24

Type of event: Seminars

Troy Rogers - The MEARIS Concept: Making Music with Modular Electro-Acoustic Robotic Instrument Systems

CCRMA-Stanford University - Fri, 05/01/2015 - 20:54
Date:  Thu, 05/14/2015 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm Location:  CCRMA Stage Event Type:  Guest Lecture In this presentation, Rogers will discuss various aspects of his creative work with musical robots and other devices, with a focus on hybrid robotic instrument systems in which the robotic aspect can function as an automatically tunable acoustic filter as well as acoustic sound source, a scenario which gives rise to increased parametric depth and expressive potential.

FREE Open to the Public

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Modulations Festival 2015 Featuring Teebs

CCRMA-Stanford University - Thu, 04/30/2015 - 21:52
Date:  Sat, 05/02/2015 - 7:00pm - Sun, 05/03/2015 - 12:00am Location:  CCRMA Courtyard Event Type:  Concert The Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA), Stanford Concert Network, and Stanford Arts Institute present Modulations 2015, CCRMA's annual outdoor electronic music festival featuring Teebs and a stacked lineup of student electronic acts. After the the sun goes down, we'll have some live visual artists perform stunning stage visuals behind our performers. So bring your friends, hang out on the lawn, and indulge yourself in this incredible audio-visual experience.

LINEUP:
Teebs
ClearEyes
Arswain
David Grunzweig
Alta Mar
Kurt Werner
Yan Michalevsky
M$G
Ethan Geller and Friends
FREE Open to the Public

Community Performance Project: Game of Hymns

Bret Battey has been commissioned to work with Drum and Brass Leicester to develop a new improvisatory rule-based performance built around hymns traditionally played by community bands. The project is called Game of Hymns. The project will meet May 24, May 31, and June 6, and then perform at the Riverside Festival on June 7. If you are interested in participating, more information is available at http://drumandbrass.co.uk/ .

Opportunity to Volunteer: Phoenix Digital Sparks

Phoenix is looking for a team of friendly, reliable volunteers to help deliver a week of free digital delights as part of The Spark Festival at Phoenix, Can you help?During the festival Phoenix will be transformed into a digital playground, with a wide range of activities from Water Light Graffiti and Mouth Headed Aliens,  to robot playgrounds and DIY musical instruments. As a Digital Sparks Volunteer you’ll help to supervise all these activities and more. You’ll also be a first point of contact for visitors to the festival and gather audience feedback for our events.Tuesday 26th May – Friday 29th May 2015
Event activities open from 11am – 4pm all days
Volunteers needed from 10am – 4.30pmWhat Digital Sparks will need from you:
  • An enjoyment and enthusiasm for working with children and families, and preferably previous experience of this.
  • An ability to communicate in a clear a friendly manner.
  • Reliability and the ability to commit to volunteer for one day of the festival or (preferably!) more.
What Digital Sparks can offer you:
  • Hands on and enjoyable work experience in a good natured environment
  • An opportunity to learn more about working with children in an artistic setting
  • A free cinema voucher per day of volunteering
  • Lunch provided by Phoenix on the day of volunteering
  • Free refreshments throughout the day
If you’re interested please email Radojka at radojka.radulovic@phoenix.org.uk by Friday 15th May with an expression of interest.  Please also include the days and times you will be able to volunteer.

Max/MSP Day+Night School

CNMAT, UC at Berkeley - Wed, 04/29/2015 - 01:48
Start: 2015-07-13 10:00 End: 2015-07-17 21:00

Developments in Partner Robot Technology

KTH Royal Institute of Technology - Tue, 04/28/2015 - 18:58

Time: Tue 2015-04-28 15.00 - 17.00

Location: TMH, Room Fantum, 5th floor, Lindstedtsvägen 24

Type of event: Seminars

Classical Indian Music - Carnatic Music

Phonos project - UPF - Tue, 04/28/2015 - 15:32
Tuesday, 2015, May 5 - 19:30   CLASSICAL INDIAN MUSIC - CARNATIC MUSIC  ART MUSIC OF THE WORLD CYCLE VIGNESH ISHWAR - VOICE  

Pompeu Fabra University Multipurpose Hall 

Roc Boronat 138

08018 Barcelona

Free Admission

  Carnatic music is an important classical musical tradition of Southern India that has evolved over the centuries as an oral tradition. The melodies and rhythms of this music are based on the concepts of rāga and tāla. The compositions with various forms of improvisation acquire an important role in the performance, resulting in a unique musical experience. 

This activity is part of the research project CompMusic MTG and is included within the Art Music of the World concert series.

 

In association with:

CompMusic Project

Supported by:

Generalitat de Catalunya: Departament de Cultura
Ajuntament de Barcelona: Barcelona Cultura
Universitat Pompeu Fabra

 

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Chris Cree Brown: Seminar & Concert, 29 April 2015

(Please note that this seminar is in GH3.54 instead of CL0.19)

Chris Cree Brown (University of Canterbury, NZ), will be visiting MTI on Wednesday the 29 April 2015 to deliver a seminar and concert of his work Pilgrimage to Gallipoli.

Chris Cree Brown's visit will have two parts:

13.00-14.30 – Gateway House Room GH3.54A talk on the origins and ideas behind the work

16.00-17.30 – PACE Building, Studio 1, Richmond Street : A performance of Pilgrimage to Gallipoli

Abstract

ANZAC (‘Australia and New Zealand Army Corps’) day is celebrated on the 25th April each year, the anniversary of the Gallipoli landings in 1915 during the First World War. This year is thus the centenary. In 2008 the New Zealand composer Chris Cree Brown completed a dramatic radiophonic work which bears witness to these events – it can be performed over a loudspeaker system in a concert hall as will be the case when the composer visits DMU on Wednesday 29th April. Pilgrimage to Gallipoli is an extensive radiophonic work of 85 minutes in two parts. It is the result of more than 14 years of research, audio recordings, and compilation. The work includes recordings Chris made during visits to ANZAC day commemorations at ANZAC cove in 1994 and 2000, along with interviews, site-specific recordings and historic sonic material. His sabbatical leave in 2008 allowed him sufficient space and time essential to compiling this creative response to one of this country’s defining events.

Bio-sketch 

Chris Cree Brown is an Associate Professor at the School of Music, University of Canterbury, New Zealand. His main interests include conventional instrumental composition, electroacoustic and computer music, and inter-media art. He has twice been awarded the Mozart Fellowship at the University of Otago, has twice been appointed Composer-in-Schools and has written a number of film scores. Along with Icescape, for orchestra, is an electro-acoustic work, Under Erebus that were a result of his trip to Antarctica under the Artists to Antarctica programme run under the auspices of Antarctic New Zealand and with the assistance of Creative New Zealand. He has a strong interest in musical sculptures, and his Aeolian harps were exhibited in 2002 in the Christchurch Botanical gardens as part of the Art and Industry Scape Biennale. Chris was awarded the KBB/CANZ citation for services to New Zealand Music in 2010. His work has been performed in many countries, including Australia, UK, Finland, Hungary, France, Germany, Canada, Portugal, Russia, USA.

Tenor 2015

IRCAM - Sun, 04/26/2015 - 23:00

Première conférence sur les technologies pour la notation et la représentation de la musique. 28-30 mai, Paris

OpenMusic - Études de cas

IRCAM - Sun, 04/26/2015 - 23:00

Découvrir la programmation en Common-Lisp et l'écriture de librairies OM. 28-30 mai

Remeeting: speech technology for searchable conversations.

CNMAT, UC at Berkeley - Sat, 04/25/2015 - 18:09
Start: 2015-05-01 18:00 End: 2015-05-01 20:00

AES E-News: April 24, 2015

AES E-News - Fri, 04/24/2015 - 20:02
1. 138th Convention in Warsaw, Poland
2. Upcoming Conference: Music Induced Hearing Disorders
3. DOI-friendly AES Journal
4. Job Board Update

Revue de web

IRCAM - Thu, 04/23/2015 - 23:00

Suivez l'actualité de l'Ircam dans les médias

Application of Acoustics for Underwater ROVs

CCRMA-Stanford University - Thu, 04/23/2015 - 17:36
Date:  Wed, 04/29/2015 - 5:15pm - 7:00pm Location:  CCRMA Classroom Event Type:  Colloquium

Signaling and navigating in the underwater world presents challenges for traditional approaches such as radio waves and light. Both are readily absorbed in water. Light also tends to scatter and reflect over short distances. Sound waves are much more adaptable to use in this world. While they also present challenges – especially absorption and reflection – they can be used effectively over much greater distances in the order of kilometers.

 

FREE Open to the Public

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Nat Powers, Publisher and Music Entrepreneur

The following isn't billed specifically as a music event, but might be of interest. Nat graduated from MTI in 2012.
Nat Powers, Publisher and Music EntrepreneurThursday 23 April 1pm – 2pm HU2.07
Nat Powers is a rap artist, music producer and entrepreneur who has worked with the likes of RUN DMC. In addition he is currently working on a documentary about Malawi and is in the process of establishing a creative and cultural magazine with an international focus which will be based in Leicester.
As a DMU graduate, Nat would like to offer internships and to include content from students in the School of Design. Nat intends to feature the Degree Show in the June issue and will be at DMU on Thursday 23 April to talk about his career and the magazine, VERATAE – come and find out how you can get invlolved. 

Static theatre: those that have been left behind

Bergen Center for Electronic Arts - Wed, 04/22/2015 - 13:47

Static theatre is a new type of theatre researched and experimented on by Jingyi Wang. She looks at the collaboration between visual arts, electronic arts and theatre, but also the boundary between exhibition and performance in an attempt to seek out the theatre’s essence as an art form. BEK has developed hardware and contributed with artistic and practical advisory. Performances at Studio USF 3. May at 15:00, 17:00 and 19:00

Concept and director: Jingyi Wang.
Dramaturge: Iris Raffetseder.
Video and audio art remix: Apichaya (Piya) Wanthiang.
Light designer: Leo Preston.
Scenographer: Stefan Törner, Courtney Grant.
Camera man: Frederik Vindenes.

Artists in co-operation: Signe Lidén, Apichaya (Piya) Wanthiang, Håkon Holm Olsen, Helene Norseth, Lin Wang, Tatiana Lozano, Aya SB, Christiane Lieungh, Marcello Raciti.

Co-produced by BIT Teatergarasjen and BergenCenter for Electronic Arts (BEK).

Jingyi Wang receives project funding from Art Council Norway.

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Time and place:
  • Studio USF - 03/05/2015 15:00
  • Studio USF - 03/05/2015 17:00
  • Studio USF - 03/05/2015 19:00

PAB Seminar: Ephemeral Arts, Documentation and Copyright

Bergen Center for Electronic Arts - Wed, 04/22/2015 - 09:57

Visningsrommet USF
Friday 24. april
Time: 10:00 – 18:30
Free entrance

Norwegian and French organizations Performance Art Bergen (PAB) and Dimanche Rouge in partnership with VISP invite you to a seminar dedicated to documentation and copyrights of ephemeral arts. BEK supports tha seminar with equipment.

Schedule:
10.00: presentation and open discussion with seminar participants
12.00: Lecture by arts lawyer Henry Lydiate
14.00-16.00: Working groups with seminar participants
16.00-18.30: Public discussion

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Bruno Ruviaro: Cinema For The Ears

CCRMA-Stanford University - Wed, 04/22/2015 - 00:13
Date:  Fri, 05/08/2015 - 7:30pm - 9:00pm Location:  Braun Rehearsal Hall Event Type:  Concert A movie without images: what does that look like? Or should we say, how does it sound? In this immersive surround-sound concert, Brazilian composer Bruno Ruviaro becomes the DJ to guide you through a full evening dedicated to your ears. But is it music or cinema? With this unusual, genre-defying combination of dialogue, sound, music, and ambiance, let your imagination boldly go where it has never gone before!

Bruno will use CCRMA's 25.6 3D system currently set up at Braun Rehearsal Hall in the Braun Music Center to dazzel your mind/ears.

Directions: music.stanford.edu/venues/campbell/directions-parking



FREE Open to the Public

Max4Live/Livers

IRCAM - Tue, 04/21/2015 - 23:00

Stage logiciel. S'initier à Max dans l'environnement de Ableton Live. 25-30 mai, Ircam

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