Sound and music computing
What? SMC master students 2013/2014 defend their final projects on July 1st-4th
Where? Room 55.309 Tanger building
Nelson: Guitar Conduction #1 Taut Steel (w.p.) for electric guitar and electronics
Frisk: Improvisation for sax and electronics
Frisk & Östersjö: Music from "Better Life" (film by Isaac Julien)
Chafe: Remote Control
FREE Open to the Public osterjo_frisk.pdf
On 6 June 2014, our dean, prof. Nikolaj Zimic, PhD, accepted the key to the new building at the inauguration ceremony for the new buildings of the University of Ljubljana: the Faculty of chemistry and Chemical Technology, and the Faculty for Computer and Information Science.
SOUND CREATION LAB 2014: End of term concert
13.06.2014 - 12:30PMSala Polivalent
C/ Roc Boronat 138
On June 13th at 12:30PM students of the Sound Creation Lab of the Audiovisual Systems Engineering at the UPF present their end of term works. A set of pieces in the form of evocative soundscapes that recreate different places or situations.
This presentation will show the works in which students have been working on during the term. The Sound Creation Lab course is coordinated by Emilia Gómez, Nadine Kroher and Jose Manuel Berenguer.
with the support of:Generalitat de Catalunya: Departament de Cultura
Ajuntament de Barcelona: Barcelona Cultura Universitat Pompeu Fabra Category:
Isn’t it a non-gender specific voice, unconscious sound we make/ heard, signal tunes, a universal language when relaxed/ nervous, a forbidden gesture, a skill that parents taught, and a little gust of wind going through our lips?
The Whistling Project is a performative research initiated by Susi Law from last fall, she interviewed whistlers she came across and collected whistling sound in different cities in Germany, Switzerland, France and Norway. By invitation from curator Gitte Sætre, the project is now stationed at Alvøen (one of the oldest industrial communities which became one of the finest residential areas) with interactions between the local residents and the nature by private/ public whistling moments.
The project Whistle for Alvøen begins at Alvøen Culture Day* and will last for the whole month in June. Artist/ Active Listener Susi Law will be setting up a few whistling stations in Alvøen, and collect stories and whistling tunes in the air. The selected research materials will be shown in the end of June.
Susi Law, independent artist and active listener. She focuses on capturing, translating, articulating and circulating sensitivity. She graduated from Academy of Visual Arts in Hong Kong and Bergen Academy of Art and Design, and have been working on curatorial affairs in sound art.
BEK supported the project with equipment and working space.
- the museum garden of Alvøen Manor - 01/06/2014 to 30/06/2014
As a continuation of the workshops , "The Sound of Cultures" , the artist Xavier Bonfill will present his project idRadio during the next edition of the Sonar festival. This project works with the sounds that have been obtained as a result of the workshops carried out by young people from different cultural origins at schools and associations of Barcelona, in which the cultural identity is explored.
The project idRadio is an interactive radio based on a website application. With the sounds recorded during the workshops and shared in the Freesound.org website, the composer pose an interactive way of listening and manipulate them. This allows the listeners to discover the different cultural identities that make up the scenery of the city.
The people who will attend the Sonar festival will be able to experience with this first version of the application at the “MTG & friends” stand from the 12th to the 14th of June 2014 from 12:00 am to 8:00 pm.
This project is supported by a Phonos-MTG scolarship and the Obra Social la Caixa.
The Master's degree studies Information Day was held on Thursday, June 5, at our faculty. The P2 lecture hall was completely filled with students who expressed great interest in continuing studies in the second cycle.
Faculty of Computer and Information Science offers an interesting Doctoral Programme in Computer and Information Science. The programme is based on research excellence, diverse international collaborations, and strong links with the industry. The entire programme is in English.
The University of Ljubljana has published a public tender for young researcher candidates for 2014. The deadline for applications is 23 June 2014. Candidates applying to this tender also have to apply to the call for enrolment in doctoral studies in the 2014/2015 academic year.
L'Ircam s'associe avec le festival Futur en Seine pour des présentations technologiques MADE IN IRCAM. 12 & 13 juin
2. 138th Convention
3. AES International Conferences
4. Grammy Foundation Grants Program
5. Job Board Update
6. AES Journal May Issue
Xavier Serra has received the ICREA Academia price, given by the Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies, for the second time.More Information: ICREA
Signal Culture hosts residents for periods of a week to 2 months in a live/work space in the beautiful village of Owego in central New York State. We believe in the importance of fostering a community of people working with experimental media art and will host multiple residents concurrently to set a stage for conversation, networking, and possible collaboration.
Colloque autour de trois granfds thèmes : geste et scène ; geste et technologie ; geste et modes de jeu. 18 juin
Le frémissement et la surprise. Entretien avec le réalisateur et musicien Bertrand Bonello.
The »Star Wars Project« is a creative, where the students of the University of Ljubljana have created their own vision for the upcoming film »Star Wars: Episode VII«. The exhibition opens at 18.00 on Tuesday, 6 June 2014, at the Faculty of Architecture. It will showcase the galactic adventure with its old and new characters, and uncover as yet unseen worlds and their cultures.
Our post-graduate students' path to obtaining their PhD is paved with research. In order to present their work this year, we are once again organising the PICACSA2014 conference (Postgraduate International Conference on Advancements in Computer Science and Applications). Students will present their papers and their up to date research. You are invited to join us on Friday, 6 June, between 14.00 and 19.30 in PR07, FRI.
Colloque dédié au mouvement humain, à ses représentations et transformations numériques. 16-17 juin
Clephan's computer lab (00.16) moves to a different location during the coming weeks. If you have any work, which is not backed up yet, please do so now.
The lab will be re-imaged and set up in room 1.33 at Queen's building.
If you have any questions or need any technical support before the move, please contact the technicians.sg
Dave Smith will discuss the interesting history of synths, moving from analog to digital to software and now back to analog.
Live Stream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmMi9mBdSMQ
Bio: Dave Smith founded Sequential Circuits in the mid-70s. In 1977, he designed the Prophet-5, the world's first microprocessor-based musical instrument. This revolutionary product was the world's first polyphonic and programmable synth, and set the standard for all synth designs that have followed. The Prophet instruments played a major part in the recordings of all popular music styles, and are still prized by musicians today.