Mimi4x, an interactive installation for high level structural improvisation based on Mimi, is unveiled at IMIDA 2010, an IEEE Conference on Multimedia & Expo workshop. Alex François and Elaine Chew present the paper:
Francois, A. R. J., I. Schankler, E. Chew (2010). Mimi4x: An Interactive Audio-Visual Installation for High-Level Structural Improvisation. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Multimedia & Expo (ICME 2010), Singapore, July, 2010.
and demonstrate Mimi4x in Singapore. The Mimi4x system is also shown in the video below with four sets of music material composed by Isaac Schankler collectively titled Airport:
The paper will be extended and included in a special issue of the International Journal of Arts and Technology.
Friday, July 23, 2010
2010.07.19-23: Chandra Rajagopal attends the CCRMA Workshop on Networked Music Performance, where he explored new technologies in networked performance and experienced firsthand the challenges faced by musicians performing together over distance.