Summer discussion and exchanges for e-music people in Tokyo
Let’s exchange creative ideas, views, and promote friendships among fellow electronic music enthusiasts!
Participation fee: 2,000/person (regular) and 1,000/person (students)
Some drinks and snacks will be provided, but please also bring your own favourite snacks (a fridge, microwave, and small kitchen are available). To help with planning and organisation, please let us know in advance if you plan to attend. http://ourscafe.jp/hall/access.html
Ricardo Climent (NOVARS Research Centre, Manchester University, UK)
‘Game-Audio Composition for Virtual and Real Instruments’
What is the potential of combining a Real Musical Instrument with its Virtual Representation or re-incarnation, using game-engine technologies? It will include a real-time demo of Ethertrum, an Unreal Engine 4 project.
Game-audio work: http://game-audio.orghttps://www.novars.manchester.ac.uk
Iannis Zannos (Depts. of Music and Audiovisual Arts, Ionian University, Corfu, GR)
Hibiki Mukai (Institute of Sonology, Hague, NL)
‘An Interactive and Generative System Based on Traditional Japanese Music Theory’
Takayuki Rai (Sonology Dept., Kunitachi College of Music, Tokyo, JP)
Takashi Miyamoto (An organisation of Tokyo Media Interaction ) and Akiyuki Okayasu
‘Demonstration of DIPS using gen’
Haruka Hirayama (Media Design, Dept of Arts, Tamagawa University)
* Details will be updated. This program is subject to change.
We hope to provide an area for the display of CDs, booklets etc., but space may be limited. Feel free to bring a small sampling of anything you might like displayed.