tag: computer-assisted composition

Guest Artist and Composer at NMSU Contemporary Arts Festival

On Friday 27 February I will be the guest artist and composer at the NMSU Contemporary Arts Festival

More Like This

More Like This, Premiere Performance, 2014 More Like This examines the interactions that occur within a metricated musical environment. There are four primary performers: each of the two saxophonists, a live artificial intelligence system (AI), and the audience. Each contributes …

Interactive Robotic Painting Machine

Introduction Machine in an Exhibition Context (w/ video) Head Swap: Collaborative Work for Violin and Painting Machine (w/ video) How It Works Paintings Photographs Related Content Introduction Our everyday interactions are increasingly mediated by technology, be they mobile phones, chat …

Interactive Robotic Painting Machine’s Works

Example paintings by my interactive robotic painting machine in preparation for its debut this Tuesday at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.

Interactive Robotic Painting Machine Makes Debut

On April 26, my interactive robotic painting machine will make its public debut at the Krannert Center. The result of over a year’s worth of work, the machine uses artificial intelligence to paint its own body of work and to make its own decisions. It also listens to its environment and considers what it hears as input into the painting process.

What Are Art/Music Machines For?

Do we really need to hear more fake clarinets or to see more computer-drawn portraits? What about something new?

Works for Low Trumpet

In addition to my computer/instrumental works using GACSS, cut/paste computer music, and instrumental compositions, I have also composed a number of pieces for low trumpet. For a full listing of my musical works, including a link to download them all …