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= Music 220C: Course Wiki =
= Music 220C: Course Wiki =
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= Project Blogs =
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This is a community wiki page maintained by Music 220C class.
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Hongchan - Designing a framework for Web Audio API[https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~hongchan/blog/blog/categories/web-audio/]
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'''Note''': Register a link to your project blog in the section below.
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= Project Description =
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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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* Nik Sawe's fMRI-to-music pieces.
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  - Projector with HDMI access
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  - Rehearsal and Tech prep - 20 minutes
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  - Like Micah, any computer that can be hooked up to the projector (will bring my own but backups are nice since I'm particularly vulnerable to Murphy's Law of Electronics)
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* Tim O'Brien's piece. (Title to be finalized soon.)
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  - 24 speakers + maybe additional small speakers at odd angles
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    (I already discussed this with Nando and will continue to communicate with him and Carr)
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  - No projector. Lights off if possible, or some low lighting emphasizing the speakers.
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  - Rehearsal and Tech prep = about 2 hrs (though I could be quicker if necessary)
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  - Fixed media. Will use Ardour3 on the CCRMA linux machine.
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* Gestalt Rock - Micah Arvey
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  - As many speakers as will be there.  1-24 is fine.
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  - Projector needed, mainly to display UI and waveform.
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  - Rehearsal and Tech prep = about 10 minutes
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  - Any computer with Google Chrome that can be hooked up to projector and speakers
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* Reza Payami
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  - 24 speakers
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  - Rehearsal and Tech prep about 2 hours or shorter
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  - Up to around 6 players and sound cards
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  - Disklavier
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* Romain Michon (title to be finalized)
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  - 24 speakers (from my audio system through netjack)
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  - Projector (from Processing - VGA)
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  - Rehearsal and Tech prep = about 2 hr
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  - 2 players
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  - Small table for my laptop
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* Phonemic Music Control - Alex Kaneko
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  - Speakers (stereo is sufficent)
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  - Projector
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  - Rehearsal/Tech = 15 mins
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= Blogs =
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Nik Sawe - [http://fmriorchestra.blogspot.com/ Converting fMRI Signal into a Symphony]
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Micah Arvey - [https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~marvey/220c/activeListenerBlog.html Web Application for active and custom listening]
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Romain Michon - [https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~rmichon/courses/220c/ Composition for the Chanforgnophone]
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Reza Payami - [https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~rpayami/220c/index.html Instrument Design and Composition]
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Emily Graber - [https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~emgraber/220c/blog.html Musical Computer Music]
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Andy Stuhl - [https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~akstuhl/220c/ Research on Imagined Sound and Inner Voice]
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Kunal Datta - [https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~kunald/220c/KunalDattaBlog.html AudioTour. (name pending)]
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Tim O'Brien - [https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~tsob/blog/categories/220c/ Powers of Two ]
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Erin Baumann - [https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~erin/220c/projectblog.html Synesthesia and Pitch Memory]
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= Random links =
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[https://github.com/LazarSoft/jsqrcode QR Code reader]
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[http://lab.mariusgundersen.com/Compass/ HTML5 compass demo]
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[http://html5demos.com/geo HTML5 geolocation]

Current revision as of 17:54, 6 June 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
  • Nik Sawe's fMRI-to-music pieces.
 - Projector with HDMI access
 - Rehearsal and Tech prep - 20 minutes
 - Like Micah, any computer that can be hooked up to the projector (will bring my own but backups are nice since I'm particularly vulnerable to Murphy's Law of Electronics)
  • Tim O'Brien's piece. (Title to be finalized soon.)
 - 24 speakers + maybe additional small speakers at odd angles
   (I already discussed this with Nando and will continue to communicate with him and Carr)
 - No projector. Lights off if possible, or some low lighting emphasizing the speakers.
 - Rehearsal and Tech prep = about 2 hrs (though I could be quicker if necessary)
 - Fixed media. Will use Ardour3 on the CCRMA linux machine.
  • Gestalt Rock - Micah Arvey
 - As many speakers as will be there.  1-24 is fine.
 - Projector needed, mainly to display UI and waveform.
 - Rehearsal and Tech prep = about 10 minutes
 - Any computer with Google Chrome that can be hooked up to projector and speakers
  • Reza Payami
 - 24 speakers 
 - Rehearsal and Tech prep about 2 hours or shorter
 - Up to around 6 players and sound cards
 - Disklavier
  • Romain Michon (title to be finalized)
 - 24 speakers (from my audio system through netjack)
 - Projector (from Processing - VGA)
 - Rehearsal and Tech prep = about 2 hr
 - 2 players
 - Small table for my laptop
  • Phonemic Music Control - Alex Kaneko
 - Speakers (stereo is sufficent)
 - Projector
 - Rehearsal/Tech = 15 mins

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 - Instrument Design and Composition

Emily Graber - Musical Computer Music

Andy Stuhl - Research on Imagined Sound and Inner Voice

Kunal Datta - AudioTour. (name pending)

Tim O'Brien - Powers of Two

Erin Baumann - Synesthesia and Pitch Memory

Random links

QR Code reader

HTML5 compass demo

HTML5 geolocation

Personal tools