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Live Stage: Premiere of Tristan Perich’s new Parallels [us Austin, TX]

meehan_perkins_duo_with_tristan_perich_600.jpgMeehan/Perkins will premiere Tristan Perich’s new Parallels for triangles, hi-hats and 1-bit electronics :: April 6, 2013 at 9:00 p.m. :: FFA, Scottish Rite Theater, 207 West 18th Street, Austin, TX ::

Full Program (4pm to midnight ($20, $10 student)
4pm: Living Earth Show
5pm: The Weird Weeds
6pm: Austin Soundwaves
7pm: Convergence
8pm: Francois Minaux + Ryan Cronk
9pm: Meehan/Perkins Duo + Tristan Perich
10pm: Sqwonk
11pm: Steve Reich: Music for 18 Musicians


Apr 5, 2013
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Turbulence Commission: “Panemoticon” by Ali Miharbi and John Priestley

Turbulence Commission: Panemoticon by Ali Miharbi and John Priestley [Needs Firefox (16 or later recommended), headphones/speakers, mouse/trackpad]:

We know how you feel. Panemoticon observes your behavior, makes a few inferences about your emotional state, and plays music to match your mood. Your mouse/trackpad use says a lot about your energy level, confidence, and perceived control over your environment. Panemoticon tracks and analyzes these data to create an image of your mood, and then generates music, adjusting properties such as tonality (major/minor), harmonic & rhythmic complexity, tempo, timbre, and proximity. Collective mood is calculated for all Panemoticon users on a given site. Continue reading


Jan 22, 2013
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Slime Mold Makes Music

physarum-sound.jpgPhysicists use electrical signals from slime mould (Physarum polycephalum) to make music. Using the electrical signals generated by slime mould to make music creates an instrument musicians can ‘play’ by zapping the creature with light, the Physics arXiv blog reports.

“Slime mould, is a single-celled creature that has attracted considerable attention in recent years for its ability to compute in unconventional ways. Various research groups have watched in barely disguised amazement as these single cells have solved mazes, recreated national motorway networks and even anticipated the timing of periodic events.”

Now this extraordinary creature has … another skill…”

For more, read on: http://www.technologyreview.com/view/508531/physicists-use-electrical-signals-from-slime-mould-to-make-music/


Dec 10, 2012
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A Reminder: Georgia Tech’s Guthman Musical Instrument Competition

gutman.jpg Share your ideas for the next generation of musical instruments at Georgia Tech’s Guthman Musical Instrument Competition.

Submissions are being accepted online until December 1, 2012. Preliminary and final performances will take place in Atlanta April 11-12, 2013, where contestants will battle for $10,000 in cash prizes.

This year, winners will be selected by an expert jury panel comprised of experimental performance artist Laurie Anderson, composer, performer and educator, David Wessel, and electronic musician and sound designer Richard Devine.

More details and submission form at:

http://www.gtcmt.gatech.edu/guthman2013


Nov 29, 2012
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Georgia Tech’s Guthman Musical Instrument Competition

gutman.jpgShare your ideas for the next generation of musical instruments at Georgia Tech’s Guthman Musical Instrument Competition.

An annual event to find the world’s best new ideas in musicality, design and engineering, Wired magazine has called the competition an “X-Prize for music,” and contestants have likened it to a TED Conference for new musical instrument designers.

Submissions are being accepted online until November 15, 2012. Preliminary and final performances will take place in Atlanta April 11-12, 2013, where contestants will battle for $10,000 in cash prizes.
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Oct 5, 2012
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Live Interfaces: Performance, Art, Music [uk Leeds]

avatar.pngLive Interfaces: Performance, Art, Music :: September 7-8, 2012 :: ICSRiM, School of Music, University of Leeds, Leeds, East Yorkshire LS2 9JT, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland :: Registration until August 30, £30 for both days.

Live Interfaces is an international conference on research and practice in live performance technology. The conference seeks to investigate cross-disciplinary understandings of performance technology with a particular focus on issues related to the notion of liveness in interaction. A preliminary programme with a list of papers and performances is available here.

Here is a summary of the conference structure: Continue reading


Aug 25, 2012
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MUME 2012- call extended

8th.jpg((( MUME 2012 ))) :: 1st International Workshop on Musical Metacreation :: to be held at the Eighth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment (AIIDE’12) :: Stanford, Palo Alto, California, USA :: October 9, 2012 :: Deadline for Paper and Demo Submissions extended to: July 15, 2012 :: Continue reading


Jul 8, 2012
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Live Stage: Beam Festival [uk Uxbridge, London]

performances.jpgBEAM Festival :: June 22 – June 24, 2012 :: Brunel University, Uxbridge, London :: Day Passes £12 Fri / £20 Sat / £12 Sun :: Weekend Festival Pass £35 (with Symposium £50) :: Ticket offers and concs available

BEAM launches at 1pm on Friday 22 June with the BEAM Symposium and runs through to 4pm on Sunday 24 June. Over the weekend we have an amazing programme of performances, installations, workshops and demonstrations from an array of international artists whose work is united by their interest in the physical exploration of electronic music and sound creation.

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Jun 21, 2012
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Live Stage: Sideband at Museum of the Moving Image [us Astoria, NYC]

sideband_lowres-detail-main.jpgSideband June 15, 2012 at 8:00 p.m. :: At The Museum Of The Moving Image, 36-01 35th Avenue, Astoria, New York City, New York :: Tickets: $12 public / $8 Museum members. Free for Silver Screen members and above. Order online or call 718 777 6800 to reserve tickets.

Sideband creates audiovisual music using laptops as musical instruments, wireless networks, multichannel speakers, live 3-D video projections, hacked video game controllers, homemade hardware, traditional instruments, physical movement, and much more. Continue reading


Jun 13, 2012
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Live Stage: “L-Carrier” by Eli Keszler [us NYC]

Turbulence.org, Eyebeam Art & Technology Center, and ISSUE Project Room present: L-Carrier — A Networked Installation and Performance by Eli Keszler :: Performance: June 7, 2012; 7:00 – 8:00 pm :: Installation: June 7-23, 2012 :: Eyebeam, 540 West 21st Street, New York + Turbulence.org [Needs Safari, Firefox or Chrome; and Speakers/Headphones].

From June 7-23, composer-percussionist Eli Keszler transforms Eyebeam’s Project Space with L-Carrier, a large-scale, mechanical stringed instrument that will immerse audiences in rich harmonies and sparse, multi-directional rhythms. Fluid, dynamic acoustic sounds will push and pull against the installation’s sonic control. The website displays the piece’s evolving visual data score, and streams real-time audio from the physical environment. Continue reading


Jun 4, 2012
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