A conversation on live electronic performance technique, and how to make music tech better
Theres no need to dream of futuristic, expressive live performance on computers. Its here. And theres no reason to wait for technology to improve: lets talk about how to make it happen. Moderated by Create Digital Musics PETER KIRN, this conversation with some of the artists at the edge of sound and live electronic music provides a glimpse into the ways people are working in 2010, and an open discussion about what we can do this year to extend our technique and make technology work better.
JUSTIN BORETA and edIT (Glitch Mob, etc.) RICHARD DEVINE (Schematic/Warp), DSP mad scientist and composer FLIPMU, the duo of Owen Vallis and Jordan Hochenbaum MOLDOVER, Mojo controller creator, musical supervillian DERU, composer and musician (Ghostly, etc.), recent Paris Opera Ballet score BRIAN TRIFON (TRIFONIC), electronic musician and sound designer (Avatar)