1. Automatic Music Hackathon

    Talks, performances, and a hackathon focusing on algorithmic music composition and other interpretations of the phrase “Automatic Music.”

    Talks and performances - Fri, 12/6 7:30 PM
    Hackathon - Sat, 12/7 10 AM - 8 PM
    Presentation of hacks - Sat, 12/7 8 PM

    55 Washington Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
    Suite 712


    Friday, December 6th, 2013

    7:30 PM Reception
    8:00 PM Talks about and performances of automatic music
    * Beau Sievers - history of algorithmic art
    * Drew Krause - “Two Violins” and the Lisp system that generated it
    * String Noise performs Drew Krause’s “Two Violins”
    * Brian Whitman - “A Singular Christmas
    * Thor Kell - code that performs itself as music
    * Ben Lacker - Jazz Drum Machine
    * Tristan Jehan - Creating Music by Listening
    * Jonathan Marmor - "Jonathan Marmor"
    * String Noise performs Jonathan Marmor’s "Jonathan Marmor"
    10:00 PM Informal brainstorm for those participating in Saturday’s hackathon

    Saturday, December 7th, 2013

    10:00 AM Coffee
    10:30 AM Opening remarks
    11:00 AM Start hackathon
    1:00 PM Lunch
    8:00 PM Presentations of hacks
    (Plus a talk by Martin Roth on Tannhäuser: A C Compiler for Pure Data)
    10:00 PM Reception with open music performance of a piece TBD

    Free! Please RSVP at http://automusic.eventbrite.com/



    More info

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    Join the announcements mailing list: http://eepurl.com/pNXJP

    For directions see http://automusic.eventbrite.com/


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