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Studio-in-Residence: IEM Graz

The Institute for Electronic Music and Acoustics (IEM), founded in 1965, combines the attainment of art with research and experimental practice, thus taking a leading role as interface between natural sciences and the arts, between new technologies and musical practice. The research and development includes the areas artistic research, signal processing, acoustics, and computer music.

 

The IEM will offer several workshops, lectures and tutorials during the Darmstadt Summer Course 2014:

 

"StiffNeck" is a workshop with Gerhard Eckel and Martin Rumori on Auralisation as a tool in electroacoustic music composition.

 

The workshop "Composing Spatial Instruments" is dealing with the design of musical instruments and interaction design using motion tracking technology (with Gerhard Eckel and David Pirrò).

 

"Algorithms for Musical Structure Genesis and Analysis" is a workshop presenting algorithms for musical structure genesis and analysis that were developed in the context of the international composition project POINT (with Gerhard Nierhaus, Daniel Mayer, Hanns-Holger Rutz). The participants are invited to discuss the various approaches with the project team and have the opportunity to experiment with the algorithms in question (http://point.kug.ac.at).

 

Furthermore there will be a workshop "Composing for Player Piano" with Winfried Ritsch.

 

Gerhard Eckel and Marko Ciciliani are offering individual lessons on a couple of days.

 


Website IEM Graz

 

Tutors

Marko Ciciliani
Gerhard Eckel
Matthias Frank
Gerhard Nierhaus
David Pirrò
Winfried Ritsch
Martin Rumori
Gerriet K. Sharma
Hanns Holger Rutz
Daniel Mayer
Alois Sontacchi
Christian Schörkhuber
Robert Höldrich
Stefan Warum

The Institute for Electronic Music and Acoustics (IEM), founded in 1965, combines the attainment of art with research and experimental practice, thus taking a leading role as interface between natural sciences and the arts, between new technologies and musical practice. The research and development includes the areas artistic research, signal processing, acoustics, and computer music.

 

The IEM will offer several workshops, lectures and tutorials during the Darmstadt Summer Course 2014:

 

"StiffNeck" is a workshop with Gerhard Eckel and Martin Rumori on Auralisation as a tool in electroacoustic music composition.

 

The workshop "Composing Spatial Instruments" is dealing with the design of musical instruments and interaction design using motion tracking technology (with Gerhard Eckel and David Pirrò).

 

"Algorithms for Musical Structure Genesis and Analysis" is a workshop presenting algorithms for musical structure genesis and analysis that were developed in the context of the international composition project POINT (with Gerhard Nierhaus, Daniel Mayer, Hanns-Holger Rutz). The participants are invited to discuss the various approaches with the project team and have the opportunity to experiment with the algorithms in question (http://point.kug.ac.at).

 

Furthermore there will be a workshop "Composing for Player Piano" with Winfried Ritsch.

 

Gerhard Eckel and Marko Ciciliani are offering individual lessons on a couple of days.