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Revision as of 18:18, 23 February 2007

Introduction

The Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) is an interdisciplinary center at Stanford University dedicated to artistic and technical innovation at the intersection of music and technology. We are a place where musicians, engineers, computer scientists, designers, and researchers in HCI and psychology get together to develop technologies and make art. In recent years, the question of how we interact physically with electronic music technologies has fostered a growing new area of research that we call Physical Interaction Design for Music. We emphasize practice-based research, using DIY physical prototying with low-cost and open source tools to develop new ways of making and interacting with sound. At the Maker Faire, we will demonstrate the low-cost hardware prototyping kits and our customized open source Linux software distribution, that we use to develop new sonic interactions, as well as some exciting projects that have been developed using these tools.

Software Tools

PlanetCCRMA Blurb and pics here

Hardware Tools

Projects

WaveSaw

Myrtle

Justin Yang's Thingie

Accordiatron