Jérôme Nika is a computer music designer / musician, and a researcher in human-machine musical interaction. He graduated from the French Grandes Écoles Télécom ParisTech and ENSTA ParisTech. In addition, he studied acoustics, signal processing and computer science as applied …
IRCAM Forum Workshops: New York
From September 30 to October 3, 2022, a four-day event on interaction and sound design. Come and discover the sound innovations and technologies developed in IRCAM's research lab, shared with artistic and musical communities that make up the IRCAM Forum!
Rémi Fox & Jérôme Nika 3/4 : Live Music (In Athens)
“I've noticed it more and more while working with Jérôme Nika," says Rémi Fox. “Saying 'Let's meet and improvise' can work once, sometimes twice, with a bit of luck and the magic of improvisation. But to go deeper, you really …
Rémi Fox & Jérôme Nika 2/4 : Continuing 20 Years of Research
Carried out by saxophonist Rémi Fox and researcher/musician Jérôme Nika, the "Artificial Hippocampus" project is the result of nearly 20 years of research by the Musical Representations team, under the leadership of Gérard Assayag. A quick historical overview.
Rémi Fox & Jérôme Nika 1/4 : Artificial Hippocampus
For half a dozen years, saxophonist Rémi Fox has been a guinea pig - but a voluntary one. It is thus voluntarily that, periodically, he goes to the underground of Ircam to submit to the experiments of scientists.
Critical Climate Machine 2/4 : DYCI2 in the climate machine
Gaëtan Robillard adds an important element to the sound space of the artwork: Critical Climate Machine. Today we focus on the sound material used and the way it is sculpted in space.
Critical Climate Machine 3/4 : Composing with Dyci2
Controlled by Gaëtan Robillard and Dionysios Papanikolaou, the generation engine OM-DYCI2—developed by Jérôme Nika, a member of the Musical Representations team—was fed with 34 dialogues, made up of climatosceptic arguments and their refutations to produce hours and hours of sounds. …
Friday 30 September 2022
The Orchestre National de Jazz and IRCAM present Ex Machina, a creation imagined by the American saxophonist Steve Lehman and Frédéric Maurin, artistic director of the ONJ.
Gaëtan Robillard 1/4 : Data-portrait of climate scepticism
Data, sets of data: it's practically all we talk about these days. They are the prism through which we view reality, they inform and motivate decisions. We mine them like coal, we extract them, we exploit them, we feed them …
Trailer - Images of Work #29: "Ex Machina" by Steve Lehman and Frédéric Maurin
The American saxophonist Steve Lehman and the artistic director of the Orchestre National de Jazz, Frédéric Maurin, present Ex Machina, a unique creation composed wit the assistance of the DYCI2 environment—used in the performance of the work as well—developed by …