Live Algorithms for Music Conference 2006
Monday 18 - Tuesday 19 December. Goldsmiths College, London, UK.
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Live Algorithms are machine partners in real-time music performance. Autonomous, yet creative, these computer systems enhance human music making.

Keynote talk by Prof. George Lewis, Columbia University

Registration free.

Monday 18 Dec 2006

Ben Pimlott Building, Goldsmiths College

1.30pm Registration and welcome

2 - 4.30pm Presentations

Tim Blackwell & Michael Young LAM Projects: Report
William Hsu Modeling Mood and Interaction in Automatic Improvisation
Tim Sayer Expanding The Territory: Prosthetic Mental Functioning In Man Machine Interaction
Diemo Schwarz Real Time Corpus-Based Concatenative Synthesis System and Performance
Nick Collins Autonomous Interactive Music Systems
Tom Davis Environmental Context in Live Algorithms, 'Excuse Me'

4.30pm Break

5-6pm Key note talk: Prof George Lewis

7.30 pm Concert 1: George Lewis, Evan Parker and friends with Voyager and other live algorithms

The concert will feature the Voyager system and experiments with computer systems developed by LAM network members.

Great Hall, Goldsmiths College £10(£6)

Tuesday 19 Dec 2006

11am - 1pm Workshop and poster session

Electronic Music Studios, Main Building (other venues tba)

Martin Aaserud, Tim Blackwell, Ollie Bown, David Plans Casal, Alice Eldrige, Oliver Hancock, Davide Morelli, Frederick Olofsson, Diemo Schwarz, Michael Young.
2 - 4 pm Concert 2: New Computer Music by LAM Network members
William Hsu and John Butcher: improvisation
Sebastian Lexer, Thanos Chrysakis, Dario Bernal Villegas. Audio crossings
Nick Collins. Drumtrack
Mike Casey, David Gorton, Chris Redgate Erinnerungsspiel
Diemo Schwarz, Sam Britton Rien de Tout
Andrew Robertson, Real-time Beat Tracker
Michael Young, Roger Redgate. Aur(or)a
Matt Lewis and Hilary Jeffery. Videoscores for Tromboscillator

Great Hall, Goldsmiths College. Admission free.

4.30pm End notes







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