ICMC 2006 – Wednesday 8 (Day 3)

Interesting things from ICMC 2006 day 3:

Philippe Kocher (ICST) had a very nice presentation of the ICST ambisonics modules he has made together with Jan Schacher. This is a great set of tools that Trond Lossius has implemented in Jamoma.

Jason Freeman (Georgia Tech) presented iTunes Signature Maker which will create a short musical signature based on some simple statistics gathered from iTunes.

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Christopher Dobrian’s (UC Irvine) piece for Korean flute and electronics was very subtle and beautiful.

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Nils, Mark (on video) and I presented our paper on gesture control of spatialization.

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Ananya Misra (Princeton) presented Tapestrea.

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Doug van Nort (McGill) presented his LOM mapping toolbox, which I hope will be incorporated in Jamoma at some point.

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Talking about sound and spatialization: the most captivating surround sound experience during ICMC was made by an old player-organ installed on the roof of Steamboat Natchez. The sound bouncing off the nearby tall buildings and a passing train was just incredible!

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Alexander Refsum Jensenius is a music researcher and research musician living in Oslo, Norway.