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@: The Wayne and Miriam Prim Theater,
Nevada Museum of Art
Admission: FREE
(Limited tickets available NMA front desk
and UNR Sheppard Gallery)
Oct. 19 Friday
2:00pm
An afternoon of four experimental performances incorporating analog and digital music, computer interactivity and data projection.
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Zach
Zubow,
University
of Iowa
Copenhagen Wheel, 2012
Percussion and Electronics

A percussionist plays card board boxes using a USB foot switch to record small parts which are synthesized in real-time.
Dan
Vanhassel,
University
of California,
Berkeley
Poised to Maked Gains, 2012
Piano with live electronics and live video

"Poised to Make Gains" is a structured improvisation for piano with live audio and video processing using Max/MSP and Jitter. Using this software, the performer is able to directly control
the electronics, both audio and video, during live performance.
David
Simons,
New School New York
Various, 2012
Laptop, Max/Jitter, theremin, dumbek

An electronically augmented theremin is utilized to react to bodily motion for a combined analog and electronic musical performance.
Joshua
Keeling,
Florida State University
Draconids, 2012
Soprano Saxophone, Bassoon, and Interactive Electroacoustics

Draconids was inspired by Keeling’s experience of seeing his first meteor shower. He has ventured to render his impressions of the experience in musical form incorporating real-time feedback utilizing analog instruments and digital processing.
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