Computers Making Their Own Music

We attended the annual concert / exhibition by GaTech’s music technology and digital media groups. Here are some highlights: There was a multi-touch table with a variety of games and interactive movies, two Indian songs involving computers writing their own accompaniment based on real-time analysis, a virtual world where your movements create music, and a bit of wii art. And I almost forgot the computer-keyboard band… Click the heading for some links.
listening machines concert / exhibit program
gatech music technology department
gatech digital media department
One of the links in the video was wrong for the Sarod Indian piece: slowTheka

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