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Computer Music
Tuesday, 10 August, 1:45 - 3:15 pm
Petree Hall C

The field of computer music, which has evolved from its origins in early computing technology, analog electronic music, digital signal processing, audio engineering, and the experimental music tradition, represents the nexus of modern creative and technical issues associated with digital audio and analysis. This Special Session features experts at the forefront of several primary research areas:

  • Software-based sound synthesis
  • Human-computer interface technologies for performers and composers
  • Acoustic simulation of auditory environments
  • Sound spatialization and presentation of electro-acoustic music
  • Intuitive computer music composition
  • Computer-assisted music composition and affective music computing systems
  • Stylistic emulation and modeling of human performers
  • Music information retrieval
Each panel member addresses ongoing research in these primary points of focus within the broader context of their historical impetus and potential future applications.

Organizer
Perry R. Cook
Princeton University
prc (at) cs.princeton.edu

Panelists
Curtis Roads
University of California, Santa Barbara

Joe Paradiso
MIT Media Lab

 
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