2016 Student Research Conference:
29th Annual Student Research Conference

Electronic music using Pure Data
Thomas M. Goodman*, Nicholas L. Gragg, Brandon W. Haefner, Trung B. Nguyen, and Matthew C. Jones
Dr. Charles L. Gran, Faculty Mentor

The Electronic Music Working Group will be presenting two unique instruments and a graphics environment using Pure Data. The EMWG explores the various ways to create and react to music by tracking motion, synthesizing music in various ways, and create graphics that react to the music being played. The overall goal is to combine all three of these projects into a single working instrument. The instrument will be played using computers, keyboards, a MIDI controller, a projector and a video camera. We plan to use some traditional techniques combined with some new ones to create a unique and interesting performance with the instrument created.

Keywords: Electronic music, Pure Data, Graphics, MIDI, Music Synthesis

Topic(s):Computer Science
Music

Presentation Type: Performance Art

Session: 1-1
Location: OP 2340
Time: 3:30

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