Live Audio and Visuals Workshop

Stephen Gibson, Stefan Müller Arisona

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Abstract

The Live Audio and Visuals Workshop introduces various approaches to live audio and visuals, both from an artistic viewpoint as well as from a software engineering one. Special attention will be given to how to utilize audio and video in a live performative context. The workshop is geared toward media artists, musicians, and software engineers who are interested in the relationship between art, music and technology. Topics that are covered are: - Techniques for live audio-visual composition and performance (both from a human-computer interaction as well as a multimedia processing viewpoint). This will include specific overviews of Ableton Live (audio), Modul8 (video) and Soundium (video) - Techniques for employing user-interaction with live audio and visuals - Techniques for audio-visual mapping, or alternatively: Is there a common space, in order to avoid mapping? Goal: - Provide attendees with a basic understanding of live audio and video applications. - Illustrate the forms and concepts of live audio and video performance in order to prepare artists for the conceptual concerns of the medium. - Give attendees a good understanding of live interaction models.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 29 Jun 2010
EventDigital Art Weeks - Xi'an Academy of Fine Arts, Xi'an, China
Duration: 29 Jun 2010 → …
http://www.digitalartweeks.ethz.ch/web/DAW10/Workshops

Workshop

WorkshopDigital Art Weeks
Period29/06/10 → …
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