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= Project Blogs =
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= Project Description =  
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Hongchan - [https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~hongchan/blog/blog/categories/web-audio/ Designing a framework for Web Audio API]
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Please write up your system and possible needs for the concert. Make it short!
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* example: my project
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  - 24 speakers (from my audio system)
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  - 3 beam projector (from Processing)
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  - Rehearsal and Tech prep = about 1 hr
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  - 2 players
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  - Disklavier
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= Blogs =
Nik Sawe - [http://fmriorchestra.blogspot.com/ Converting fMRI Signal into a Symphony]
Nik Sawe - [http://fmriorchestra.blogspot.com/ Converting fMRI Signal into a Symphony]

Revision as of 00:09, 3 May 2013

Contents

Music 220C: Course Wiki

This is a community wiki page maintained by Music 220C class.

Note: Register a link to your project blog in the section below.

Project Description

Please write up your system and possible needs for the concert. Make it short!

  • example: my project
 - 24 speakers (from my audio system)
 - 3 beam projector (from Processing)
 - Rehearsal and Tech prep = about 1 hr
 - 2 players
 - Disklavier

Blogs

Nik Sawe - Converting fMRI Signal into a Symphony

Micah Arvey - Web Application for active and custom listening

Romain Michon - Composition for the Chanforgnophone

Reza Payami - A real-time component based on voice analysis/synthesis models

Emily Graber - Musical Computer Music

Andy Stuhl - Research on Imagined Sound and Inner Voice

Kunal Datta - AudioTour. (name pending)

Tim O'Brien - CodeBreaker

Erin Baumann - Synesthesia and Pitch Memory

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