Interactive Computer Music Concert

  • College of Fine Arts, Room 111
  • Frank-Ratchye Studio for Creative Inquiry
  • Presented by: The Students
Project Presentations

Computer Music Systems and Information Processing

This performance is presented by students of Computer Music Systems and Information Processing, taught by Roger Dannenberg. The event features a live performance of music created with laptops, tablets, phones, alternative controllers, and networks. The concert will include a short performance by the Global Net Orchestra, a worldwide networked laptop ensemble.

Free, and open to the public.

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