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Event Samuel Mehr: The Natural History of Song
Event Mark Schubin: The fandom of the opera: How a centuries-old art form helped create the modern media world
Event Sean Olive: Corporate Technology Acoustics Group, Harman International
The McGill Audio Engineering Society and CIRMMT present: Loudspeakers with Dr. Sean Olive
Event NSERC/CIRMMT Engage Grant Demos
Event Dave Headlam: Auto and cross-correlation techniques for data mining inquiries into Palestrina Masses
Event Peter Plessas: Playing live-electronics: A performer's perspective on composed music transformations
Event Florian Meyer and Marc Matter lecture/demonstration: Circular sequencing systems - notation and ergonomics
Florian Meyer and Marc Matter (of Institut für Feinmotorik / The Durian Brothers) will present a lecture and demonstration of recent developments in hardware ...
Event Richard Freedman: The lost voices project: Theory and practice in the 16th century (and today)
Richard Freedman presents a talk on his research followed by a public lecture on CIRMMT and the Digital Humanities.
Event Jean-Pierre Luminet: The harmony of the spheres, from antiquity to contemporary music
Event Peter Schubert: The Renaissance Duo and the Probability of Rain
This talk is co-authored with Ayrton Zadra.
Event Frank Melchior: Object-based audio - The future of broadcast?
This event is presented in collaboration with AES and McGill Sound Recording
Event Durand Begault: “Obscure and Important” topics in Forensic Audio
In collaboration with AES and McGill Sound Recording
Event Benoît Gibson: The instrumental music of Iannis Xenakis. theory, practice, self-borrowing
Event Shlomo Dubnov: Repeated motif discovery in musical recording using musical information dynamics
Shlomo Dubnov presents a talk on his research followed later in the day by a public lecture on CIRMMT and the Digital Humanities.
Event Peter Otto: Advanced audio for immersive and collaborative environments
Event Philippe Leroux: Composing heterogeneity: Gestural models and energetic phrasing
Event Alexandre Lehmann: Brain, body, beats, and bionics
Event Fabienne Séveillac and Gwenaëlle Rouger: "Difficulties putting it into practice” by Simon Steen Andersen: FAQ between performers and composers when approaching performative music
Fabienne Séveillac and Gwenaëlle Rouger present a talk on performance practices.
Event Crafting Movement in Digital Art and Human Computer Interaction
A Research Axis 1 (Instruments, devices, and systems) and Research Axis 3 (Cognition, perception, and movement) seminar by Sarah Fdili Alaoui.
Event Brent Gillespie: Mechanics of the relationship between musician and musical instrument