Columbia University Composition/Production Workshop, 4/14/13

    Apr 09 2013 | 2:32 am
    Hey max-mspers --
    For those of you in/around NYC this weekend, this might be of interest:
    a workshop on the sound of music
    The Columbia University Computer Music Center is hosting a day-long workshop
    on issues arising from 'production': the impact of contemporary recording
    studio and digital-signal processing tools in crafting the sonic presentation
    of music. We will be especially focussing on the use of these tools, how
    they influence our musical creativity and the role recording technologies play
    in shaping the work we do. Towards that end, we have invited a group of
    musicians and researchers involved in music technology to help lead a
    community discussion of these issues. All are welcome to participate in
    this event.
    Sunday, April 14, 2013; 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Computer Music Center, Columbia University
    Prentis Hall; 632 W. 125th Street, NY
    Ted Coffey, UVa
    Luke DuBois, NYU
    Tom Erbe, UCSD
    Brad Garton, CMC
    Darwin Grosse, Cycling '74
    Terry Pender, CMC
    Todd Reynolds, MSM
    Gregory Taylor, Cycling '74
    free and open to the public