DAY BY DAY PROGRAM
Encounters with the Research Teams
On-site presentations by the research groups of projects and research currently being carried out.
An opportunity to take a peek into the potential future of music, of composition tools and to talk with the researchers about musical writing, interpretation or new music technology.
- Acoustic studies on musical instruments and modeling
- Application of synthesis via physical modeling (Modalys and Brass software programs) and lutherie
- CONSONNES project that studies instrumental gesture and musician-robots.
- Systems for reproducing a sound field in the context of sound installations, WFS
- Authoring tools for writing and controlling spatialized scenes.
Perception and Sound Design
- Perceptive control interface for physical modeling synthesis and the organization of sound databases
- Analysis of temporal and mnemonic processes in the listening of a sound sequence
- Study and creation of sound signals.
- Audio signal analysis and synthesis models, synthesis control, voice processing, musical analysis and processing using the programs SuperVP, AudioSculpt, and Diphone Studio.
- Computer-assisted composition and analysis
- Music generation and improvisation
- High-level control for synthesis and spatialization
- Orchestration aids (software programs Openmusic and Musique Lab).
Analysis of Musical Practices
- Musicology of contemporary pieces and practices; hypermedia listening and analysis tools
- Historical investigations.
- Research and development in technology for the interaction between a performer and computer music concentrating on signal processing and the recognition of musical forms, sounds and gestures: score following, augmented violin, movement capture and analysis, concatenative sound synthesis based on data, interactive audio applications.
- Collaborative spaces for sharing and searching for sound samples (SoundPalette - Orchestration)
- Instrumented listening at home and browsing musical archives (SemanticHiFi - ECOUTE projects).
- Presentation of an artificial mouth for the trumpet, a variable volume mouthpiece for the clarinet, a "wah-wah" mute, measurement system for piano hammers.
Saturday, June 10 and Sunday, 11, 3pm-8pm / IRCAM, level -2
- Access conditions: free entrance on a first-come first-serve basis