Do you find complex, contemporary music difficult and alienating? Would that change if you could control the tempo of the music? Emily Graber’s Marie Curie Fellowship EAR STRETCH aims to increase appreciation for contemporary music by providing active tempo control with physiological monitoring
Daniel Bedoya and Paul Lascabettes gave presentations at the STMS Lab’s Doctoral Student Day
Three versions of Boulez’s Fragment d’une ébauche, dedicated to Jean-Marie Lehn in 1987 on the occasion of his Nobel prize in Chemistry.
Digital première of MorpheuS’ Eine neue “Für Elise” set for 15 December 2020 at 12h15 GMT, in first earth hour of Beethoven’s 250th birthday
Emma Frid and project on “Accessible digital musical instruments – Multimodal feedback and artificial intelligence for improved musical frontiers for people with disabilities”
Brigitte d’Andrea-Novel and Elaine Chew play Londonderry Air on two pianos between Paris and London for World Piano Day 2020 during the COVID-19 lockdown, with brief introductions to the tune and to playing over the Internet.
The COSMOS Team working across Paris, London, Strasbourg, and Valencia during the coronavirus lockdown.
“The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” had its radio premiere on 8 March 1978. It was later adapted into a series of novels, a TV series, video games and a film. See article in the Economist. Meanwhile, here is an excerpt that helps explain the significance of the number 42 and why we were so […]
COSMOS team members and colleagues at IRCAM hard at work during the weekly “la pause ludique”. More photos here.
COSMOS begins 1 June 2019 at the Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS) in Paris, France, where it is hosted at the Sciences et technologies de la musique et du son (STMS) Lab. The COSMOS project aims to study musical structures as they are created in performance and in cardiac arrhythmia sequences using data science, citizen science, and […]