This has been around for a while now, but nonetheless it represents a good example of an interactive music exploration done well.
It has been a busy time for interactive music. Weav – “Musicians create tracks that can be played back at any speed and still sound awesome. The new format relies on two pieces of software – Weav, a mixer for creating tracks and a player that can be embedded in any third party app”
Weav’s promo video…
…and a little look under the bonnet
“The International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression gathers researchers and musicians from all over the world to share their knowledge and late-breaking work on new musical interface design”
Sounding City (Klinkende Stad) is a leading project for international sound art. It is the twilight zone in which visual art, sound and music are brought together in sound installations and walks. One of sounding City’s event is a Locative Media & Sound Art symposim with a great range of guest speakers.
Liverpool Sound City is annual event that combines gigs, artist events and a conference through the city of Liverpool. This year Sound City will be looking into the relationships of Music, Football and Style and how these businesses can complement and learn from each other.
The joint ICMC|SMC|2014 Conference will take place in Athens, Greece, from 14 to 20 September 2014 and, for the first time, it will bring on the cross-road two well established events: the 40th International Computer Music Conference (ICMC) joint with the 11th Sound & Music Computing conference (SMC).