National University of Ireland, Maynooth
25th - 27th November 2016
Three days of music and discussion to mark 30 years of Csounding.
The Computer Duo - technology as both a tool and a partner in performance.
Tarmo Johannes is a versatile musician currently playing flute in a variety of contemporary music ensembles. Since 2009 he has been actively involved using Csound that has turned into an essential part of his creative output - interactive sound-games, computer aided performance tools, performances of electro- acoustic music, sound installations. Tarmo Johannes is currently also the main developer of CsoundQt, the most used Csound front-end.
|Keynote Seminar, Friday 25th November, 12:00 - 13:00 (Bewerunge Room)
|Tarmo Johannes||The Computer Duo - technology as both a tool and a partner in performance|
|Paper Session 1, Friday 25th November, 15:00 - 17:00 (Bewerunge Room)
|Dr. Richard Boulanger||Three Decades with Csound: The Roots, Birth, and Early Years|
|Brian Carty||Robotune: An iOS Application Built with Csound|
|Steven Yi||On Csound and Blue|
|Dr. Richard Boulanger||Boulanger Labs: Writing Apps and Building Hardware Synths with Csound Inside|
|Concert 1, 'nchnls=8', Friday 25th November, 19:30 (Riverstown Hall)
|Jan Jacob Hofmann||Coloured Dots and the Voids in Between|
|Dave Phillips||Vosim Dream Sequence II|
|Enrico Francioni||End of Time|
|Arsalan Obedian||Cstück Nr.2|
|Anthony di Furia||Piano Selvatico (Wild Plane)||Interval
|John ffitch||In Memoriam: Beaumont Hamel 1916|
|Anton Kholomiov||Mother is Waiting|
|Clemens von Reusner||Definierte Lastbedingung|
|Coffee, Saturday 26th November, 9:00 (Logic House Foyer)
|Paper Session 2, Saturday 26th November, 10:00 - 12:00 (Bewerunge Room)
|Martin Crowley, James Kelly||Educational Tools for Live Sound Engineering Built Using Cabbage and Csound|
|Federico Russo||MIDI Controlled Audio Effects – Real-Time Reshaping of the Audio Signal|
|Shane Byrne||Csound as a Tool for Enabling Musicians|
|Thom McDonnell||Development of the Csound HRTF Opcodes to Allow use of Any Dataset, utilising the SOFA standard|
|Workshops, Saturday 26th November, 13:00 - 17:00 (Bewerunge Room/O'Callaghan Room)
|Rory Walsh||Csound and the Unity Game Engine||13:00-14:30|
|Alex Hofmann, Bernt Isak Wærstad||Live Electronics with Csound and Raspberry Pi||15:00-17:00|
|Concert 2, '-iadc -odac', Saturday 26th November, 19:30 (Riverstown Hall)
|Bill Alves||String Fields|
|Linda Antas||All That Glitters and Goes Bump in the Night|
|Iain McCurdy||Acoustic Capacitance|
|Alex Hofmann||Dancing with the Bots|
|Massimo Avantaggiato||Atlas of Uncertainty|
|Richard Boulanger||Cloning a Dinosaur|
|Hlöðver Sigurðsson||Live Coding Improvisation|
|Sunday 27th November
|9.00||Round Table Discussion and Breakfast||Venue TBC|
We can offer a very limited number of travel bursaries of €100 each to assist those attending the conference on a budget.
To apply for a bursary, please write to iain "dot" mccurdy "at" nuim "dot" ie or any of the other conference organisers describing why you wish to attend and why a bursary would be of particular assistance to you.
Recipients will be informed on the 21st November, 2016.
Places to stay in Maynooth:
Glenroyal Hotel. Rooms from €70.00 per person. 10 Minutes from the conference venue.
On campus accommodation. Rooms from €31.00 per person. 2 minutes from the conference venue.