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Tuesday, July 12 • 09:00 - 10:30
Paper Session 1

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  • "The Closed-Loop Robotic Glockenspiel: Improving Musical Robots with Embedded Musical Information Retrieval" Jason Long, Dale Carnegie, Ajay Kapur
  • "Electromagnetically Actuated Acoustic Amplitude Modulation Synthesis" Herbert H.C. Chang, Spencer Topel
  • "Tromba Moderna: A Digitally Augmented Medieval Instrument" Troels Hammer, Alex Baldwin, Edvinas Pechiulis, Peter Williams, Dan Overholt, Stefania Serafin
  • "3D-Sound and VR-Audio: Interfacing specific sound dramaturgies and new perceptional paradigms " Sabine Breitsameter

Moderators
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Ge Wang

Assistant Professor, Stanford University|Stanford|CA|United States

Presenters
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Sabine Breitsameter

Professor for Sound and Media Culture, Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences
Sabine Breitsameter (Berlin/Darmstadt) researches and teaches since 2006 as Professor for Sound and Media Culture at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences. As an expert in experimental audio media, she has worked as dramaturge, director, editor and artist within the German public radio system, and as a director of festivals, symposia and exhibitions. In 2002-2008, she co-founded the Master’s program in “Sound Studies” at the University... Read More →
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Jason Long

Victoria University of Wellington|Wellington|Wellington|New Zealand
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Dan Overholt

AD:MT|Aalborg|Denmark|Denmark
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Spencer Topel

Assistant Professor, Dartmouth College | Bregman Studios
I am a composer and sound artist with a research interest in acoustic synthesis and augmented instrument design.


Tuesday July 12, 2016 09:00 - 10:30
Ian Hanger Recital Hall 2.10 Queensland Conservatorium

Attendees (26)