[talks] Novel User Interfaces for Audio and Music Computing: Friday 5/28, 2-3pm
Rebecca A. Fiebrink
fiebrink at CS.Princeton.EDU
Tue May 18 14:48:53 EDT 2010
Joern Loviscach is a prolific researcher in music technology, HCI, machine learning, and beyond. He's coming next Friday to give a talk at Princeton, so please come meet him and hear about his work! Abstract & bio are below.
Novel User Interfaces for Audio and Music Computing
Friday May 28, 2010, 2-3pm
Woolworth Music Building, Room 101
Many tasks in digital music making, audio retrieval, and audio processing become chores, with only few occasions for inspiration and serendipity. This talk is a show & tell presentation of a range of prototypes of enhanced user interfaces developed by the presenter and his collaborators to bring back the fun, such as:
* Acoustic and visual support for finding music and sounds
* Improved visual feedback in music sequencers and digital audio workstations
* Modified on-screen fader controls, modified mice, and color-changing buttons used as controllers for music software
* Digital music making with the Wii remote controller, a loudspeaker, and other items, among them a bass guitar
For examples, see
Joern Loviscach ( www.j3L7h.de ) is a professor of technical mathematics and computer engineering at Fachhochschule Bielefeld (University of Appleid Sciences), Germany. In his research, he aims at connecting human-computer interaction, visual computing, signal processing, machine learning, and electronics. He is a regular contributor to conferences such as SIGGRAPH, Eurographics, AES Convention, and ICMC. In addition, he has published numerous chapters in book series such as Game Programming Gems and ShaderX Programming.
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