Computer Music ? Autumn 2019
An ensemble-based course focused on the use of the computer and/or electronic technologies in music performance and music composition, along with the development of new technologies (software and hardware) for sonic arts performance. Prereq: Audition required. Repeatable to a maximum of 10 cr hrs or 10 completions.
Computer Music – Autumn 2019
Gollance 3 credit units Autumn Semester 2019GE lit and diversity global studies courseReading and analysis of texts, films and music pertaining to the topic of the Holocaust, the genocide perpetrated by Nazi Germany against European Jewry, and its impact on Ashkenazic-Jewish civilization.Prereq: Not open to students with credit for German 3252. GE lit and diversity global studies course.
Children and young people will develop skills and confidence in basic electronics, computer software and programming through making synthesisers, electronic music and other installations. The project will involve a series of digital music and arts workshops, as well as a programme of creative apprenticeships for young artists.
A native of Tel Aviv, Sivan Eldar (b. 1985) holds a B.A. in composition from the New England Conservatory, and a Ph.D. in composition from the University of Berkeley, under the direction of Franck Bedrossian and Edmund Campion. She also studied computer music at CNMAT (Centre for New Music and Audio Technologies - University of Berkeley) and at Ircam (Cursus 2016-17) with Hèctor Parra.Sivan's work includes close collaborations with musicians from the classical and non-classical world, as well as with artists in the fields of theater, dance and visual arts. Her projects have been supported by the Fulbright, Civitella Ranieri and Royaumont Foundations, among others, as well as the Cité Internationale des Arts, IRCAM, ENOA (European Network of Opera Academies), Snape Maltings, MacDowell Colony and the Festival d'Aix-en-Provence. More recently, her compositions have been performed at the festivals ManiFeste du Centre Pompidou, Rainy Days of the Philharmonie Luxembourg, Présences de la Maison de la Radio, Ultraschall Berlin, Donaueschingen and Prague Spring.Since autumn 2019, Sivan is composer in-residence with the Opéra Orchestre National Montpellier, where she also conducts workshops for emerging opera creators. In collaboration with the writer Cordelia Lynn, she is currently developing the opera Like flesh, a commission from the Opéra de Lille in co-production with the Operas of Nancy and Montpellier, IRCAM and Ensemble Le Balcon. Her music is published by Éditions Durand/Universal Music Classical.
A Computer Music magazine subscription is the complete guide to making music with a computer. There are millions of potential musicians out there and this magazine will help them get the right software and hardware and show them how to use it. Technology is now at a stage where computer users can complete virtually every musical task in the computer domain. Computer Music magazine subscription enables computer owners to develop their musical interest and expertise.
Leafcutter John is the recording name of John Burton, a UK-based musician and artist. He makes frequent use of Max/MSP in his compositions. Much of Burton's style is based in computer music and use of samples of everyday sounds. However, he also has roots as a folk musician, and this influence is apparent in his more recent work.
Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Cmx XIV, Autumn Contrast, Radians [10th Anniversary Expanded Remaster], Migration, Valley in Repose, Cmx XIII, Inland by Night [10th Anniversary Expanded Reissue], The Dreaming Eye, Buried in the Rainsoaked Valley, and 471 more. , and , . Purchasable with gift card Buy Digital Discography $580.82 USD or more (90% OFF) Send as Gift SUPPORT ME AT PATREON FOR MORE ANALOG BOTANY Limited Edition CD-R Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album Assembled by hand, one copy at a time, in the White Pillar Workshop! A white 5" recordable disc, duplicated and printed via an Imation D20, held securely inside a white die-cut cardboard jacket with a 4x5" glossy photographic print insert. Contained inside a cast polypropylene clear sleeve with a flap, to keep your new artifact dust and moisture-free. Includes unlimited streaming of Sunsoaked Dub via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. $(".buyItem .bd").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("buyItem"), "more", "less"); Sold Out Share / Embed 1. Sunsoaked Dub [Live May 5th, 2019] 01:18:06 about SUNSOAKED DUB, a live Coppice Halifax set originally performed and broadcast on the evening of May 5th, 2019, exclusively beamed out to the members of the Milieu Music Fan Club - now sees an official public release. After moonlighting as a streamable exclusive for Mad Wasp Radio for a few months, the decision was made to offer it in full lossless quality, with proper album art and a limited physical edition. Musically, this set would appeal to fans of previous live CH broadcasts such as GREEN PHARMING, APPLEBLUE DRAM and VIBRAFOAM DUB. It was completely improvised using a number of modern and vintage hardware devices, and zero computers were involved in any step of the process besides the final mastering gloss. Deep, dubby and slow-burn music for the Summer months, even as the cool breezes of Autumn begin to slowly creep in... $(".tralbum-about").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("tralbum_about"), "more", "less"); credits released August 7, 2020 W/P by Brian Grainger. Recorded live at White Pillar, May 5th 2019. No computer involved. Mastered by The Analog Botanist. Text, design and photography by ABM&D. This is Milieu Music number ABX110. $(".tralbum-credits").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("tralbum_long"), "more", "less"); license all rights reserved tags Tags electronic ambient ambient dub ambient techno braindance deep deep house deep techno dub dub tech dub techno idm minimal minimal dub minimal techno techno Dayton Shopping cart total USD Check out about Coppice Halifax Dayton, Ohio
ImproTech is being held in 2019 with the support of Onassis STEGI and the University of Athens (UOA), in addition to the workshop's founding organisms, to allow the public to observe the aesthetic, technological and sociological developments that have taken place since previous editions. This meeting point in the heart of the Hellenic capital is a stimulating destination because of the city's young and lively improvisation scene, the many men and women who promote research in music science and technology in the Greek universities, and of course the central position of Greek culture in the history of improvised music, from its practice to its theory.
ikPA'19 will combine, around the central theme of improvisation, a great diversity of aesthetic approaches while convening artists and experts covering many knowledge fields, including computer music, artificial intelligence, robotics, musicology / ethno-musicology, philosophy / anthropology, critical studies, acoustics and signal processing.
ikPA'19 brings together artists, musicians, composers and researchers from several continents, all motivated by the possibilities offered by creative improvised interactions between humans, machines and algorithms of all sorts. ikPA'19 will take place from 26 to 29 September 2019, at Onassis STEGI and the UOA (University of Athens) with concerts, demos, workshops, conferences and prestigious keynotes speakers (George Lewis, Xavier Serra, George Tzanetakis, Gary L. Hagberg). World-class improvisers are expected, including George Lewis, Evan Parker, Mari Kimura, Sylvain Luc, Bernard Lubat, Jaap Blonk, Steve Lehman, Lara Morciano, Michelle-Agnes Magalhaes, Raphael Imbert, Hervé Sellin, Rémi Fox, Peter Evans, Mark Nauseef, Camel Zekri, Mark & Julie Bokowiec, Orestis Karamanlis, Dimitri Vassilakis, Areti Andreopoulou, Anastasia Georgaki, and many others.