I’ve uploaded the audio and video files from the concert in the web. More information at the concert‘s page.
The SoundWalk’s itinerary has been mapped onto Google Maps in order to keep record of it. Blue points are places where we stayed for some time just listening.
See you at the concert!
An inspiring SoundWalk (see photos here), the remaining lectures, and everyone is working again on PROJECTS!
People from the Composition of Realistic and Interactive Soundscape project are busy labelling all the recordings thay made yesterday around the city and its surroundings: with each sample labelled, they will be able to recreate in real-time a soundscape automatically by joining sounds which contain certain labels.
The Augmented Soundscapes ones are dealing with the software and editing the recordings, as well as discussing how the composition should sound like and talking about what they’ve recorded. Not everything is purely technical!
Also, students from Tangilble interface for graph based music representation are uploading all the recordings to freesoung.org and builiding the physical controllers, which will be moved in front of a camera to control the uploaded sounds.
The end-of-school concert, where students will show what they have been doing in the projects, will take place tomorrow at 18:00h, before the Opening Concert (the conference starts tomorrow) by Barry Truax (19:30h), one of the school’s lecturers.
As usual, you can find some photos here.
The last Summer School lecture is about to take place. I hope you students have enjoyed them much and learned a lot! You can find some photos here.
After a great BeerWalk and three quite interesting lectures, the SoundWalk will take place.
See you there! (18:30 @ Barceloneta metro station).