Videos of the final projects created by the students of this summer’s New Music Controller workshop taught by Michael Gurevich and Sasha Leitman. We had 14 participants in the workshop this year and they came up with some really interesting projects. More information on the course can be found HERE.
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Videos of the final projects created by the students of this summer’s New Music Controller workshop taught by Michael Gurevich and Sasha Leitman. More information on the course can be found HERE. Next summers New Music Controller workshop will take place June 27 – July 1, 2016. Adam Sohn CCRMA New Music Controller Summer
Here are some photos from a fantastic workshop called MetaPiano: Aspects of Sound in Art (ASA) taught this summer by Elaine Buckholtz, Floor van de Velde and Sasha Leitman. Students used piano parts to construct new sound art installations. For more information, checkout the course website: https://ccrma.stanford.edu/workshops/aspects-of-sound-in-art-asa-2015
byAlison Rush The cetacant is a musical instrument inspired by whales and designed to accompany a performance of Vela 6911, a piece by Victor Gama. The cetacant emulates features of the cetacean vocal apparatus, using tubes and chambers full of air, water, and oil to produce and amplify sounds. The attached photo is of
Here is the abstract for a talk about the spherical mic that its creators will be presenting at the Acoustical Society of America. An open-source spherical microphone array design. John Granzow, Tim O’Brien, Darrell Ford, Yoo H. Yeh, Yoomi Hur (CCRMA, Stanford Univ., 660 Lomita Dr., Stanford, CA 94305, email@example.com), Darius Mostowfi (Sigma Eng.,