The Center for Research in Computing and the Arts (CRCA) is pleased to invite you to:
CRCA Exchange #5 : Concatenative + Collaborative
Featuring CRCA/Calit2 affiliated researchers : Ben Hackbarth and Zachary Seldness Presentations are followed by refreshments and are open to the public.
Friday March 4, 5pm - 7pm
CRCA Spatialized Audio Lab
Atkinson Hall, Room 1604A
UCSD Voigt Drive, La Jolla
CREATIVE APPLICATIONS OF CONCATENATIVE SOUND SYNTHESIS
Ben Hackbarth (PhD candidate UCSD Music) will present an overview of the aesthetic ideas behind AudioGuide, a software for concatenative sound synthesis written in Python and realized in collaboration with Norbert Schnell and Diemo Schwartz at l'Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique (IRCAM). Ben will discuss several technical aspects of the concatenative algorithm as well as the manner in which he is currently integrating the program into his artistic practice.
COLLABORATIVE AUDIO PROJECTS: CALIT2 SONIC ARTS/KAUST VISUALIZATION LAB
Zachary Seldess is the Audio Systems Developer and Coordinator at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. He will present on current collaborations with CRCA/Calit2's Sonic Arts Research Group including: "Tahakum Framework: jointly developed audio-systems control tools" and "Sonnotate: large-scale image sound 'annotation' and sonification project" as well as recent work with microphone and speaker arrays.
CRCA Exchange is a series of free lecture and discussion events open to the general public. The organizers would appreciate it if you could share this announcement with any relevant distribution lists to which you have access.
The CRCA Exchange series is supported by The Center for Research in Computing and the Arts, in conjunction with Calit2 and the UCSD 50th Anniversary.