- 02/03/2012 - 03/03/2012
- IIM, Technická 2
American composer and sound artist gives two days workshop for students of AMU and Technical University, focusing on the techniques recently developed at the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies at U.C Berkeley.
The workshop is interdisciplinary.
This lecture/demonstration describes the techniques recently developed at the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies at U.C Berkeley, involving physical object, electro-‐acoustics, and their potential applications in video, inter-‐media, and installation environments. The technique involves the acoustic modeling of specific physical objects, several different processes of computer manipulation and control, and the realization of these sounds through the original objects via attached transducer. A live demonstration of the process technique using metal percussion instruments will be given.
Aspects of spatialization and environmental acoustics will be addressed, and the application of these techniques in combination with immersive video and other inter-‐ media environments will be explored.
Fixed vs. algorithmic processes will be demonstrated, and their techniques and applications will be explored.
The use of available software, such as Max/MSP/Jitter, Isadora, and others, will also be discussed.
Interactive installation will be created with students as a result of the workshop.
Evening improvisation concert with George Cremaschi and Grerogij Bagdasarov.
Matthew Goodheart has gained an international reputation as an improviser, composer, and sound artist. His works have been performed throughout the US, Canada, and Europe, and have been featured at the International Spectral Music Festival, June in Buffalo, Klappsthulfest, and The Illuminations New Music & Arts Festival, among many others. He has been the recipient of the Nicola DiLorenzo Award, the A.H. Miller Prize in Composition, the New Langton Arts Award, and a William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Honorary Fellowship. In addition to numerous solo CDs, he has recorded as part of Zen Widow, the Glenn Spearman Trio, the Marco Eneidi Creative Music Orchestra, and Gino Robair’s “I, Norton: An Opera in Realtime.” He has performed with such luminaries as Wadada Leo Smith, Fred Frith, Pauline Oliveros, Glenn Spearman, Gianni Gebbia, Vladimir Tarasov, and Jack Wright, and performs frequently with the new music ensemble sfSoundGroup. He is the founder and curator of Evolving Door Music, and has lectured and taught internationally, including Mills College, Eastman School of Music, Cal Arts, the Music Conservatory of Coimbra in Portugal, and Istanbul Teknikal Univeristy. He is presently a candidate in advanced standing at the University of California at Berkeley, where he is pursuing a Ph.D. in music composition.