with Paul Nicholas Roth
We will look at the world of music generation and sound synthesis using AI technology and explore the latest advancements in the field, considering their implications for creative expression. Through engaging discussions and hands-on exercises, you'll have the opportunity to harness the power of neural networks and unlock new possibilities in music production.
with Pablo Dodero
with Tornike Karchkhadze
with Jingwei Liu
In this workshop participants will have a chance to understand and analyze MIDI metadata as data preprocessing for Neural Networks. We will generate symbolic music using autoregressive neural networks, eg. RNN.
This workshop explores sounds and ideas of vanguard improvising musicians from the 1960s until today. These musicians have and continue to expand notions of geography, philosophy, spirituality, history, and futurity through music. We situate “worldmaking” as a site of social justice work, both political and speculative. Musicians explored serve as guides for reimagining past, present, and future.
This class will follow the history of electronic music technology looking at early innovations to modern musical instruments. The aim of this class is to expose students to methodologies that help situate electronic music instruments within their historical and sociopolitical contexts. We may expect to learn about history, musical genres, and key musical pieces surrounding electronic music instruments.
July 29 - August 4
August 5 - August 11
August 12 - August 18
August 19 - August 25