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Interactive and sensory music creative workshop

Interactive and sensory music creative workshop  - July 2019
Create, compose and play instrumentally with virtual musical instruments

With the TELLURIS creation software environment and its force feedback interaction devices

Agenda : July 2019, Friday 5th
Duration of training : 1 day - Schedule : 9:30 - 17:00
Venue : Grenoble
ACROE, Studios, Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble, 46 avenue Félix Viallet 38000 Grenoble, France
Fees : 140 €
The fees do not include travel, meals and accommodation.

 Registration is open  until 24 June 2019


Contents

The instrumental computer technology TELLURIS developed by ACROE makes possible to program an instrumental structure and to play it as a real instrument, with the gestural haptic feedback necessary to feel the physical behaviors of the virtual instruments under fingers and in the hands.
For the first time, it will be possible to perform in real time, individually or with several, on virtual instruments and interactive instrumental worlds, through gesture feedback interaction.

Philosophy
What does mean the instrumentality in the field of digital musical arts?
How to reintroduce a real instrumental playing in computer music?

Introduction to techniques
State of the Art in interaction techniques in digital musical arts
Principles of the instrumental virtual realities of the artistic creation tool TELLURIS

Practical works
Individual or group working
Exploration of gestural playing modalities on virtual instruments
Real time performance, individually or with several, on gestual haptic devices.

Teachers

Claude Cadoz
Designer of the TELLURIS environment and force feedback systems, research engineer, artist in musical arts
Nicolas Castagné
Developer-designer of the software environment, musician
Annie Luciani
Designer of the TELLURIS environment and gestural systems with a return of effort, research engineer, visual artist

Attendees

Limited to 12 participants

Participants

This workshop is accessible to people who have already benefited from an approach to the creation of virtual musical instruments by physical models, such as to propose in the workshop
« Music creation and Sound Design Workshop ».


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With the support of

  Grenoble-Alpes Métropole