A concert of interactive music and multimedia
Exploring new digital technologies
Music and Media Building, Room 218
Thursday June 6, 8:00 pm, FREE
The graduate seminar in Music Technology will present a short concert of new music involving realtime interaction with digital technology on Thursday June 6 at 8:00 pm in the old Motion Capture Studio, Music and Media 218. Admission is free, and all are invited.
The students have written their own custom software for, and have composed the music/dance/video/lighting for, experimental pieces that involve technologies such as video motion tracking, dancer-controlled animation, algorithmic video editing, telematic lighting control, mathematically generated rhythms, realtime audio capture and effects processing, and granular sound synthesis, all in interaction with live performance.
Featuring Daniel Sanchez, Ryan Rost, Juan Rubio, Martim Galvao, Shih-Wei Wu, Santiago Guisasola, Paul Sinclair, and Asuka Sakuta.