Techniques of Interactive Performances
MUS- N 525/ 3 Cr.
Techniques of Interactive Performance prepares public presentations that highlight the current underlying principles and concepts of computer music, live media, interdisciplinary, and interactive performance systems. Areas covered will include electro-acoustic music (with instruments, microphones, and computer processing), laptop music, live media manipulation, created instruments, machine learning, telematics, and networks, among others. The group generally works together with an outside group from another discipline in order to cross-synthesize the artistic realizations of each performance. Each semester the ensemble engages a project that draws on the multi-disciplinary skill set from the enrolled students.
- Available Online: Yes
- Credit by Exam: No
- Laptop Required: No