May 01, 2020

Lauren Hayes, David Parisi, Mark Paterson, Jessica Rajko

Uncommon Senses III: The Future of the Senses

Uncommon Senses III: The Future of the Senses will be taking place May 1–4 2020 at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. Submissions are invited from scholars across the social sciences, humanities and arts interested in exploring the future of the senses in a changing world.

Mar 07, 2020

Lauren Hayes

Music Technology Pedagogy Summit

Paper presentation. 

This summit will focus on issues specific to teaching, program design, curriculum design, and other topics related to music technology pedagogy.  We are presenting this summit as part of a year-long artistic residence with Red Desert Ensemble, a group founded by Katie Porter and Devin Maxwell that focuses on experimental and electronic chamber music, commissioning new works, and music entrepreneurship.

Attendees will explore, examine, and discuss challenges and opportunities in music technology pedagogy in all levels of education: primary, secondary, undergraduate, and post-graduate. The day-long summit will feature participant presentations, invited presenters, a panel, and a keynote address by Dr. Linda Antas, associate professor at Montana State University, where her leadership has helped shape a flagship music technology program.

Mar 06, 2020

Lauren Sarah Hayes

MOXSonic - Missourit Festival

Solo performance.

The Missouri Experimental Sonic Arts Festival is operated by the University of Central Missouri Center for Music Technology and the student run MOXsonic Records. The festival takes place at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Missouri, approximately one hour south-east of Kansas City, Missouri.

Feb 28, 2020

Lauren Hayes

Circulations

Paper presentation. The CHIME Studio (Chicago Integrated Media Experimental Studio) at the University of Chicago will be hosting CIRCULATIONS, a symposium on live audio feedback in art, February 28-29, 2020.  The symposium will include a number of performances and sound installations, as well paper sessions and keynote speaker Dr. Cathy van Eck, professor at the University of the Arts in Bern, Switzerland.

Nov 21, 2019

Lauren Sarah Hayes

FluCoMa at hcmf// 2019

In a concert exploding with software, five of the world’s leading electronic performers show us what it’s all about. Looking at the spaces around them, the artists involved in the University of Huddersfield’s Fluid Corpus Manipulation project intertwine digital and physical worlds. With a stash of computer processes that manipulate sounds, their music flows together, juggling up techniques and ideas they’ve been sharing for 14 months as a virtual community.

Co-produced by hcmf// and the FluCoMa project

This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 725899)

Nov 20, 2019

Lauren Hayes

FluCoMa Plenary

Fluid Corpus Manipulation (FluCoMa) plenary presentation talk.

This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 725899)

Oct 21, 2019

AME Listening Group

AMELG: Monique Jean - Troubles

The AME Listening Group takes place biweekly on Mondays, 1-2pm in Matthews Audio Lab. This is a forum for those interested in dedicating some time to the practice of listening. We listen to new music (including experimental, electroacoustic, contemporary classical, sonic art, glitch, post-digital, multi-media, noise etc.). The format is a short (approx. 2 minute) introduction by the host, followed by up to 50 minutes of listening (full album length). A short discussion may follow. All welcome! 

This session can also be used to present works in progress, demonstrate an idea, and get feedback from peers. ASU Student Group Site.

Oct 28, 2019

Dominic Bonelli

Barrett Honors Defense

REAL-TIME SYSTEM FOR MAPPING AUDIO TO HAPTICS FOR COCHLEAR IMPLANT USERS

Oct 21, 2019

AME Listening Group

AMELG: Algo - Duck-Rabbit

The AME Listening Group takes place biweekly on Mondays, 1-2pm in Matthews Audio Lab. This is a forum for those interested in dedicating some time to the practice of listening. We listen to new music (including experimental, electroacoustic, contemporary classical, sonic art, glitch, post-digital, multi-media, noise etc.). The format is a short (approx. 2 minute) introduction by the host, followed by up to 50 minutes of listening (full album length). A short discussion may follow. All welcome! 

This session can also be used to present works in progress, demonstrate an idea, and get feedback from peers. ASU Student Group Site.

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