Studio 5, Live

New Sound Syntheses - A Fête de la Science Event
Sat 12 October 2019,
3 p.m.- 6 p.m.

Free entry, limited seats available.

IRCAM has always been at the forefront of research in synthesis and digital processing of musical sound. Many of technologies have been produced at IRCAM and are widely used, especially via sound signal models (in which the acoustic form of the sounds is recreated using signal processing) and physical models (by which the mechanical functioning of the structures in modelled and then digitally simulated). Today, research is more active than ever with the introduction of artificial intelligence and learning, new control interfaces, as well as connections with perception, space, and the formal composition of musical time. Several researchers at  Science and Technology of Music and Sound Lab (IRCAM, CNRS, Sorbonne Université) will examine the current state of knowledge and practices, alongside guest composers.


 Studio 5 | Conferences

3pm    Between Composition and Performance: Writing Electronic Sound and Interaction
Lara Morciano & Jean-Louis Giavitto
4pmSome Recent Experiments in Sound Synthesis by Physical Models
Hans Peter Stubbe & Robert Piéchaud
5pmCompositional Approaches with Synthesis by Formantic Wave Functions
Marco Stroppa & Jean Bresson

Salle Shannon | Conferences

3pm    Voice Synthesis: Between Science and Big Data
Luc Ardaillon & Axel Roebel
4pmSynthesis of Sound Textures
Axel Roebel
& Hugo Caracalla
5pmIn Timbral Space: Concatenative Synthesis from Sound Corpuses
Diemo Schwarz & Aaron Einbond

Studio 1 | Demonstrations

3pm & 4pm   Cosmologies
The First Steps of Machine Learning Applied to 3D Instrumental Directivity Models
Aaron Einbond
5pm3D Synthesis
Núria Giménez-Comas

Galerie | Try Interactive Devices

Come and test out three different sound synthesis devices
with Robert Piéchaud & Diemo Schwarz


Researchers, developers and doctoral students from the IRCAM-STMS team
Sound Music Movement InteractionDiemo Schwarz
Sound Systems and Signals: Audio/Acoustics, InstruMents Robert Piéchaud
Musical Representations Jean Bresson, Jean-Louis Giavitto (CNRS)
ound Analysis-Synthesis Luc Ardaillon, Frederik Bous, Hugo Caracalla, Nicolas Obin (Sorbonne Université), Axel Roebel

Núria Giménez-Comas
, Aaron Einbond (STARTS Artist in Residence), Lara Morciano, Marco Stroppa, Hans Peter Stubbe