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September 2010 - August 2011

Event Charalampos Saitis: Evaluating violin quality: How consistent are skilled players? (Room A512, New Music Building, du 08/11/2010 12:00 au 08/11/2010 13:00)
Charalampos Saitis holds an MA from the Sonic Arts Research Center in Belfast, a Postgraduate Diploma in Music and Media Technology from Trinity College Dublin, and a BSc in Mathematics from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He is presently a PhD student at McGill University, working with Gary Scavone in the Computational Acoustic Modeling Laboratory. His research interests include musical acoustics, perception of string instrument quality, acoustic measurements of string instruments, and sound synthesis.
Event First music perception and cognition student colloquium meeting of the 2010/2011 academic year (A-410, Marvin Duchow Music Library, New Music Building, 527 Sherbrooke St. W., du 02/12/2010 17:00 au 02/12/2010 19:00)
Event François Germain: Electronic synthesizer analysis using nonlinear system modelling (Room A512, New Music Building, du 01/03/2011 12:00 au 01/03/2011 13:00)
Event Brian Hamilton: FPGA implementation of finite-difference schemes for real-time acoustics simulations (Room A512, New Music Building, du 08/03/2011 12:00 au 08/03/2011 13:00)
Event POSTPONED: Upcoming music perception and cognition student colloquium (Université de Montréal, BRAMS Laboratory classroom, Room 0-368, 1430 Boul. Mont-Royal (near Edouard Montpetit metro), du 11/03/2011 17:00 au 11/03/2011 19:00)
This colloquium has been postponed.
Event Jason Hockman: Fast vs slow: Learning tempo octaves from user data (Room A512, New Music Building, du 15/03/2011 12:30 au 15/03/2011 13:30)
Event Vijay Rudraraju: A Tool for Configuring Mappings for Musical Systems with Large Distributed Sensor Networks (Room A512, New Music Building, Schulich School of Music, du 22/03/2011 12:30 au 22/03/2011 13:30)
Vijay Rudraraju is a Master's Candidate under the advisement of Professor Marcelo Wanderley and a member of the Input Devices and Musical Interaction Lab in the Music Technology department at the Schulich School of Music. He holds a B.S. in Engineering Physics from the University of California, Berkeley (2006) and is interested in building specialized human-computer interfaces for augmenting the development of and interaction with audiovisual systems.
Event Lawrence Casserley & Adam Linson: Collaborative Digital Musical Instruments (Room A512 New Music Building, Schulich School of Music, du 05/04/2011 12:30 au 05/04/2011 13:30)
Lawrence Casserley (born UK, 1941) has devoted his professional career, as composer, conductor and performer, to real time electroacoustic music. He is best known for his work in free improvised music, particularly real-time processing of other musicians' sound, and he has devised a special computer processing instrument for this work. Adam Linson is a double bassist, improvisor, and composer, who also designs, develops, and peforms with real-time interactive computer music systems. He performs regularly on the double bass, acoustically and with live electronics, as a soloist and in a wide variety of ensembles.
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