The IRCAM Research Workshop is taking place during the Gaudeamus Muziekweek. IRCAM (Institute for Research and Coordination in Acoustics/Music), based in Paris, is one of the world’s largest public research centres devoted to both musical expression and scientific research. Two representatives of IRCAM, French computer music composers Benjamin Thigpen and Jean Lochard, will help six young composers tackle ‘spatialisation’ in electronic music.
The workshop is being organized in collaboration with the HKU Music & Technology Department and the European Ulysses Network. ‘Spatialisation’ is defined as the projection and localization of sound sources in a space or the spatial movement of sound. The workshop participants have already been selected, but if you are nonetheless curious about ‘spatialisation’ and the results of this workshop, do attend this presentation.
The following students have been selected for the workshop: Matthee de Bruin, Joris van Suijdam, Julius van IJperen, Roel Weerdenburg (from the HKU Music & Technology), Lucie Nezri and Siamak Anvari (from KC Den Haag Sonology Department).
Foto © Ralf Schmid @ ZKM, Kalfsruhe
HKU Music & Technology
Matthee de Bruin
Joris van Suijdam
Julius van IJperen
KC Den Haag Sonology Department