Composers and researchers invite you to the prototype factory under the place Stravinsky. Elaborating samples for sound design, creating and modifying voices, manipulating web audio technology and sound descriptors, disturbing the perception of sound in space, testing new instruments: artists and engineers work live in studio 5.
Presented live for the general public: artists, IRCAM’s technological arsenal and scientific subjects.
The first installment of this new series of events “Studio 5, en direct” will look at the singing and speaking voice.
Transformations in real-time, synthesized voices, augmented vocality... Discover the latest innovations from IRCAM in digital voice technology and their applications for live performances, music, film, and more.
This day includes science and technology conferences and an interactive installation you can test! The “Choeur virtuel”, literally a virtual choir, rounds out this invitation to studio 5.
in Studio 5 (In French)
The Singing Voice: Vibrato & Distortion
|4pm||Voice Processing on Stage|
With Grégory Beller, computer music designer and head of the Research/Creation Interfaces department
The Voice of Gregor Samsa in the Opera La Métamorphose : "What is happening to me … ?"
Voice Processing on Stage
Conception & design Grégory Beller
Science & Technology Conferences (in French)
Creating Voices: Speech Synthesis & Transformation
|4pm||Emotional Transformations of the Spoken Voice: Behavioral and Physiological Consequences|
By Pablo Arias and Marco Liuni, researchers in the Sound Perception and Design team CNRS-STMS@Ircam, ERC Cream
The ChaNTeR Project: The Song of Computers
TRAX: The Voice Transformation Plugin by IRCAM
Upcoming “Studio 5, en direct” events:
Saturday, January 13, 2018 on sound spatialization
Saturday, March 10, 2018 on sound design
- Reservations required for the workshops in studio 5
- All conferences and the installation “Choeur virtuel” are accessible without reservations
Due to current works underway at IRCAM, we are not able to accommodate persons with reduced mobility.