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Thursday, May 19 • 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Audiovisual Scores for Electronic Music FULL

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Much of what modern electronic musicians compose and improvise is difficult, if not impossible, to score using traditional musical notation. This workshop explores alternatives to traditional scoring techniques including graphic notation, audiovisual scores, and iconographic systems. These systems provide directions for improvising musicians while encouraging them to draw from their own musical backgrounds and timbral palettes. An audiovisual score might be constructed by sounds and images from the environment, or prepared materials projected and amplified into the performance space. An iconographic system includes recognizable icons arranged in a timeline for a musician or ensemble to interpret.

Pen, paper, and a tablet or laptop computer are suggested for notes and examples. Some knowledge of music theory is helpful but is not required.

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Talent
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John Keston

John C. S. Keston's combined backgrounds in music technology, new media, and software development have led him to adopt music, sound, moving images, and interactivity as the primary modalities in his performances, artistic practice, and research. His work involves building software and hardware based instruments that engage audience participation, interaction, and audiovisual media. With these tools he composes music, and produces interactive... Read More →

Program Themes
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Hacking Sound (Systems)

The resurgence of a technological Maker Culture is undeniable, and Moogfest is a gathering for all those enthused by new tools for creative expression. This program includes a historical look at the evolution of dub reggae and home-made sound systems, radiating outwards from its native Jamaica. These artists and producers were hardware hackers, much like the creative technologists working on interactive sonic experiences and generative music... Read More →



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