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Bay Area Computer Music Technology Meetup November 8th

From: Noah T.
Sent on: Tuesday, November 6, 2007 11:10 PM
Hi All,

Please RSVP for the upcoming event:

If you just joined the Bay Area Computer Music Technology Group - welcome! If you came to our first event, I'm looking forward to seeing you all again!

We have a great meetup planned for November 8th, 7:30 @ CNMAT in Berkeley.
There will be some excellent presentations:
* Brian Belet will be giving a demonstration of the Kyma sound design workstation as a performance environment for live interactive computer music. Belet will perform one of his compositions, and then discuss the algorithms used.

* Steven Yi will be presenting on "Blue". Blue is a music composition environment for Csound, written in Java and available on Windows, Linux, and OSX. Using SoundObjects on a timeline, GUI instruments, a mixer, and many other features, blue builds on top of Csound's powerful audio system to allow flexible, intuitive, and expressive work with musical ideas.

* Michael Zbyszynski will be presenting his Max/MSP libraries and on live performance with Wacom tablets.

* David Wessel may be demonstrating his new controllers.

Also, if you like taking photographs and would like to take pictures of the event. Let me know, it would be great to document these events. In the future, I would also like to video the presentations and make them available online. If you would like to participate in videoing the events let me know.

Looking forward to seeing you all on Thursday,
Noah Thorp
Bay Area Music Technology Group Organizer

PS> Please spread the word to people you know who would be interested in coming.

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