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Wednesday, July 13 • 15:30 - 17:00
Paper Session 6

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  • "Reflection On Action in NIME Research: Two Complementary Perspectives" Benjamin Carey, Andrew Johnston
  • "XronoMorph: Algorithmic Generation of Perfectly Balanced and Well-Formed Rhythms" Andrew J. Milne, Steffen A. Herff, David Bulger, William A. Sethares, Roger T. Dean
  • "An Interactive Software Instrument for Real-time Rhythmic Concatenative Synthesis" Cárthach Ó Nuanáin, Sergi Jordà, Perfecto Herrera
  • "Coronium 3500: A Solarsonic Installation for Caramoor" Scott Smallwood

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Cat Hope

Associate Dean (Research), Edith Cowan Univeristy
digital graphic notation - low frequency sound - experimental music performance - digital archives for music and software - artistic research - artists in the academy -

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Benjamin Carey

Casual Academic, University of Technology, Sydney | Creativity and Cognition Studios
Benjamin Carey is a Sydney-based saxophonist, composer and technologist with interests in contemporary classical, interactive, improvised and electro-acoustic music. Ben’s recent research and practice incorporates equal parts performance, composition and the development of musical software systems. He completed a PhD at the University of Technology, Sydney (2016), and has lectured in music technology and contemporary music at the University... Read More →

Andrew Johnston

University of Technology Sydney|Sydney|NSW|Australia
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Andrew Milne

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, MARCS Institute, Western Sydney University|Sydney|NSW|Australia
I am a research fellow at the MARCS Institute, Western Sydney University, working with Roger Dean to develop computational models of music perception/cognition and to use these models to drive creative musical outputs.

Cárthach Ó Nuanáin

Universitat Pompeu Fabra|Barcelona|Barcelona|Spain
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Scott Smallwood

Associate Professor, University of Alberta
Scott Smallwood is a sound artist, composer and performer who creates works inspired by discovered textures and forms, through a practice of listening, field recording, and sonic improvisation. He frequently creates works using custom instruments, software, and site specific environments. He has collaborated with musicians, dancers, video artists, sculptors and others, and regularly performs as one-half of the duo Evidence (with Stephan Moore... Read More →

Wednesday July 13, 2016 15:30 - 17:00
Ian Hanger Recital Hall 2.10 Queensland Conservatorium

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