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  • Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics | CCRMA
    place in CCRMA s outdoor courtyard at 7 30 PM October 1st and 2nd 2014 Admission is FREE and open to the general public Works and performances by Julius Smith Bill Schottstaedt Mountains in Space FREE Open to the Public Frank Wefers Fast convolution for auralization and Virtual Reality Date Mon 10 06 2014 5 15pm 7 00pm Location CCRMA Classroom Rm 217 Event Type Guest Lecture This talk summarizes the state of the art in fast convolution and discusses computationally efficient implementations of FIR filters These techniques are optimized for low latencies time varying filters and often multiple inputs and outputs The talk discusses algorithms suited for these particular purposes ranging from short to very long filters from binaural synthesis with head related impulse responses to artificial reverberation with room impulse responses Different hardware platforms are addressed mobile devices general purpose processors CPUs and graphic processors GPUs Full abstract Open to the Public Recent Events Bryan Pardo on Crowdsourcing Audio Production Interfaces Date Mon 08 25 2014 4 00pm 5 30pm Location Seminar Room Event Type Hearing Seminar Potential users of audio production software such as audio equalizers may be discouraged by the complexity of the interface and a lack of clear affordances in typical interfaces We seek to simplify interfaces for task such as audio production e g mastering a music album with ProTools audio tools e g equalizers and related consumer devices e g hearing aids Our approach is to use an evaluative paradigm I like this sound better than that sound and the use of descriptive language e g Make the violin sound warmer To build interfaces that use descriptive language a system must be able to tell whether the stated goal is appropriate for the selected tool e g FREE Open to the Public Östersjö Frisk and friends Date Fri 06 13 2014 7 30pm 10 00pm Location CCRMA Stage Event Type Concert CCRMA welcomes back guitarist Stefan Östersjö and saxophonist Henrik Frisk to present a concert of works for instruments and electronics Based in Sweden Östersjö and Frisk will feature solo works as well as performing as a duo and will also be joined by an ensemble of CCRMA performers for the second half of their program Program Nelson Guitar Conduction 1 Taut Steel w p for electric guitar and electronics Frisk Improvisation for sax and electronics Frisk Östersjö Music from Better Life film by Isaac Julien Chafe Remote Control FREE Open to the Public osterjo frisk pdf Wet Ink Concert of Works from Undergraduate Composer s Seminar Date Mon 06 09 2014 7 30pm 8 30pm Location CCRMA Stage The Knoll Event Type Concert Three champions of contemporary music Kyle Bruckmann oboe Stephen Harrison cello and Chryssie Nanou piano premiere Undergraduate Composition Seminar works by Jared Cavazos Lennart Jansson Jeffrey Schwegman and Danielle Smith FREE Open to the Public Dave Smith Instruments Date Wed 06 04 2014 5 15pm 7 00pm Location CCRMA Stage The Knoll Stanford Campus Event Type Colloquium Dave Smith

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  • User account | CCRMA
    of Data Stanford Introductory Seminar Music 39A Music Health and Medicine Music 154C Real Industry Inside the Audio and Music Technology Industry Music 192A Foundations of Sound Recording Technology Music 192C Session Recording Music 201 CCRMA Colloquium Music 220A Foundations of Computer Generated Sound Music 220D Research Topics in Comuputer Music Digitally Mapping Culture Music 250A Physical Interaction Design For Music Music 252 Music Notation Symbolic Methods Music 256A Music

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  • Meeting Room Booking System
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  • Categories - CCRMA Wiki
    members Degree Programs 2 members General 5 members Groups 5 members MATLAB 1 member Main 1 member NMC 6 members NMC 2010 1 member NMC 2011 6 members NMC 2013 4 members PID 86 members PID 2007 14 members PID 2008 15 members PID 2009 16 members PID 2010 3 members PID 2013 7 members Projects 49 members SLOrk 13 members Satellite CCRMA 3 members Stompbox 2011 4 members Stompbox

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  • News and Events | CCRMA
    Sound Music 220D Research Topics in Comuputer Music Digitally Mapping Culture Music 250A Physical Interaction Design For Music Music 252 Music Notation Symbolic Methods Music 256A Music Computing and Design I Software Paradigms for Computer Music Music 319 Research Seminar on Computational Models of Sound Perception Music 320A Introduction to Audio Signal Processing Part I Spectrum Analysis Music 451A Auditory EEG Research I Basics in Auditory and Music Neuroscience News and Events CCRMA Concerts Concerts at CCRMA feature new and recent computer music by graduate students and faculty Classic works and recent music from other studios and composers are also occasionally programmed Colloquia and concerts are announced via a MAILING LIST Colloquium series A weekly meeting of CCRMA faculty graduate students and visitors to share recent research and composition work MUS423 Research Seminars Weekly presentations of research in progress by faculty graduate students and visiting scholars See the Music 423 Home Page for more information Hearing seminars CCRMA hosts a weekly Hearing seminar All areas related to perception are discussed but the group emphasizes topics that will help us understand how the auditory system works Speakers are drawn from the group and visitors to the Stanford area Most attendees are

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  • All Upcoming Events | CCRMA
    Music Music 252 Music Notation Symbolic Methods Music 256A Music Computing and Design I Software Paradigms for Computer Music Music 319 Research Seminar on Computational Models of Sound Perception Music 320A Introduction to Audio Signal Processing Part I Spectrum Analysis Music 451A Auditory EEG Research I Basics in Auditory and Music Neuroscience All Upcoming Events CCRMA Concerts Colloquium Series MUS423 Research Seminars Hearing Seminars Guest Lectures News and Events up CCRMA Concerts Printer friendly version Upcoming Events Hongchan Choi Collaborative Musicking on the Web Thesis Defense Date Fri 09 26 2014 2 30pm 4 30pm Location CCRMA Stage Event Type Colloquium What if there is a music making platform that allows you to create edit and share the music with others no matter where or when What if the system is as easy as visiting a web page What if there is Google Doc for music This dissertation probes the potential of collaborative musicking using the web browser and cloud computing and introduces a novel software framework the Web Audio API eXtension WAAX that facilitates and supports the development of web music applications as well as various collaborative music creation scenarios FREE Open to the Public CCRMA TRANISTIONS 2014 Date Wed 10 01 2014 7 30pm 10 00pm Date Thu 10 02 2014 7 30pm 10 00pm Location CCRMA COURTYARD Event Type Concert CCRMA celebrates the start of the 2014 season with our annual Transitions Concerts 2 evenings of outdoor under the stars electronic music showcasing works from the CCRMA community and beyond Featuring an immersive multichannel speaker array Transitions 2014 will take place in CCRMA s outdoor courtyard at 7 30 PM October 1st and 2nd 2014 Admission is FREE and open to the general public Works and performances by Julius Smith Bill Schottstaedt Mountains in Space FREE Open

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  • CCRMA Concerts | CCRMA
    Jeffrey Schwegman and Danielle Smith FREE Open to the Public Stanford Laptop Orchestra Bing Concert Hall Date Sat 05 31 2014 7 30pm 9 00pm Location Bing Concert Hall Event Type Concert The Stanford Laptop Orchestra SLOrk celebrates the conclusion of its 2014 season course with its full scale concert performance at Stanford University s Bing Concert Hall You are cordially invited to an evening of works for the full ensemble of humans laptops new instruments and hemispherical speaker arrays Saturday May 31 7 30pm Bing Concert Hall http slork stanford edu events 2014 spring FREE free tickets can be picked up at Bing starting from one hour before curtain Open to the Public Martin Roth presents the Tannhäuser PD compiler Date Wed 05 28 2014 1 00pm 2 30pm Location CCRMA Classroom Event Type Concert CCRMA welcomes Martin Roth to present his recent work on the Tannhäuser compiler for Pure Data as well as his unique perspective on creating mobile interactive music software powered by PD with RjDj FREE Open to the Public Elision Ensemble Date Sat 05 24 2014 7 30pm 10 30pm Location CCRMA STAGE Event Type Concert Elision Ensemble is Australia s premier new music ensemble They are known throughout the world for their virtuosic live performances and recordings So please join us for the first of two concerts on Saturday 24th at 7 30pm on the CCRMA stage The program will include multi media and live electronic works by Stanford Graduate Composers and pieces from Elision s concet repetoire The second concert takes place at The Bing Concert Hall on Wednesday 28th May at 7 30pm with more new Stanford multimeda works and Elision favorites FREE Open to the Public CCRMA Spring Concert Date Fri 05 23 2014 7 30pm 9 30pm Location CCRMA Stage Event Type Concert Join CCRMA students faculty and staff as they present new works of electronic electroacoustic and computer music Explore new paradigms of live performance and spatialization with an ecclectic program of new works by faculty friends and students featuring compositions and performances by Alex Chechile Madeline Huberth Shu Yu Lin Alvin Lucier Pablo Castellanos Macin Chryssie Nanou Rocco Di Pietro Hana Shin Ge Wang and more FREE Open to the Public Concert Program the future of terror Liz Pearse soprano Elise Roy flute Date Tue 05 20 2014 7 30pm 9 00pm Location CCRMA Stage Event Type Concert Soprano Liz Pearse flutist Elise Roy visit CCRMA to premiere Stanford composer Kurt Isaacson s song cycle the future of terror an extensive work that sets the poetry of Matthea Harvey Also featured on this program Elise Roy will perform Mark Applebaum s Entre Funérailles IV FREE Open to the Public Concert Andrew May Imaginary Conversations for electric violin and computer Date Fri 05 16 2014 7 30pm 9 30pm Location CCRMA Stage Event Type Concert Composer violinist computer musician and improviser Andrew May has spent two decades on and off wrestling with the aesthetic and practical issues of making

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  • Colloquium Series | CCRMA
    overlook and remaking them as magical items that exist as a real life portal to our imagination Open to the Public New Work of Rocco Di Pietro Date Wed 05 21 2014 5 15pm 7 00pm Location CCRMA Stage The Knoll 3rd floor Event Type Colloquium A presentation and update of the new work of Rocco Di Pietro since his last SICA artist in residency 2009 and the performance of his Finale 2012 by The Stanford Symphony Orchestra Open to the Public Roy Pertchik The Tri Chromatic Keyboard and the Symmetry of Music Date Wed 05 14 2014 5 15pm 6 30pm Location CCRMA Stage Event Type Colloquium A highly symmetrical musical keyboard and a small system of just a few new musical scales provide a powerful way to access a wide variety of musical harmony The keyboard is isomorphic a 6 6 all half steps and is marked in 3 groups of diminished 3rd s the 3 diminished chords A very few scales based on the diminished chords are shown to produce a wide variety of harmony in a controlled way A few identities provide tinker toy links between different scales and different keys and allow for the construction of many familiar chord progressions as well as advanced harmonic substitutions The whole system includes binary selections at different levels offering good handles for interface design Open to the Public Evelina Rajca Recent Works Date Wed 05 07 2014 5 15pm 7 00pm Location CCRMA Classroom The Knoll 2nd floor Rm 217 Event Type Colloquium Evelina Rajca s practice is based in between intuitive embodied knowledge and systems that construct processes of documenting these experiences translating them into interventions objects maps and scores She uses old and new technologies as working materials in an ever changing process Her performative explorations in the form of collaborations sculptures and interventions in public space stimulate the question of who inhabits that space under constant transformation In her colloquium she will present a selection of her practice based artistic research Full abstract Open to the Public Ludger Brümmer About Spatial Audio Psychoacoustic facts and the Klangdom Systems at the ZKM Karlsruhe Date Wed 04 30 2014 5 15pm 6 45pm Location CCRMA Stage The Knoll Event Type Colloquium The 47 channel Klangdom continuously implemented at the ZKM Karlrsuhe center for art and media along with the 50 channel sound Pavilion the morning line placed in front of the cubus represent the activity in the field of spatial audio at the ZKM Institut for Music and acoustic FREE Open to the Public François Germain Towards practical source independent algorithms using nonnegative matrix factorization Date Wed 04 23 2014 5 15pm 7 00pm Location CCRMA Classroom The Knoll 2nd floor Rm 217 Event Type Colloquium Limitations of nonnegative matrix factorization NMF were recently circumvented through the development of universal source models which exploit the similarities inside a given class of sources in order to eliminate the need for user provided training data The resulting system is

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