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Jun 22, 2017

MicroJam at Boost

We presented MicroJam this week at the Boost Technology and Equality in Music Conference at Sentralen, Oslo. The conference arranged a Tech Showcase session in Hvelvet, Sentralen’s old bank vault with developers of music apps, synthesisers, robots and education software.

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May 29, 2017

Music Tech at IFI

We recently hosted a music technology event at the Department of Informatics to gather together researchers and students from the University of Oslo to see performances and demonstrations of current research.

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May 3, 2017

Performing with a Neural Touch-Screen Ensemble

Since about 2011, I’ve been performing music with various kinds of touch-screen devices in percussion ensembles, new music groups, improvisation workshops, installations, as well as my dedicated iPad group, Ensemble Metatone. Most of these events were recorded; detailed touch and gestural information was collected including classifications of each ensemble member’s gesture every second during each performance. Since moving to Oslo, however, I don’t have an iPad band! This leads to the question: Given all this performance data, can I make an artificial touch-screen ensemble using deep neural networks?

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Mar 30, 2017

Interactive Music at Oslo Konserthust

We recently had the chance to present some experimental musical instruments developed as part of the EPEC project at Oslo Konserthus as part of their “Score” video game music concert.

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Jul 10, 2016

Concert at ICAD2016

I joined the ANU Experimental Music Studio to perform several works at the International Conference on Auditory Display at the ANU School of Music last week - here’s some photos!

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Jun 7, 2015

NIME2015: Tracking an iPad Ensemble with Gesture Classification and Transition Matrices

I’ve just gotten back from NIME2015 in Baton Rouge where I presented a poster about my performance tracking system for iPad ensembles. Great to catch up with new and old NIMErs! The paper is available here and here’s the text of the poster:

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