At SMC 2017

After some years, I’m back at the Sound and Music Computing Conference, 14th ed, 2017, in Espoo. Presenting two papers, both available on line in the proceedings: Systema Naturae: shared practices between physical computing and algorithmic composition, with Mauro Lanza, and Electric Grammars. Algorithmic Design and Construction of Experimental Music Circuits, with Simone Pappalardo

XX CIM: Rome

On 20-22 October 2014, I’ll be in Rome for the XX CIM – Colloquio di Informatica Musicale, organised by AIMI. I’ll present three papers:

  • PERMUTATION SYNTHESIS: Giacomo Valenti, Andrea Valle, Antonio Servetti
  • SOUNDSCAPEGENERATOR: SOUNDSCAPE MODELLING AND SIMULATION: Marinos Koutsomichalis, Andrea Valle
  • THE GATE MODULATOR. AN EXPERIMENT IN DIGITALLY-CONTROLLED ANALOG SYNTHESIS: Andrea Valle, Simone Pappalardo

And we’ll also present the new book I co-edited with Stefano Bassanese: “Enore Zaffiri. Saggi e materiali”.

See AIMI site for proceedings and Zaffiri page.

AIMI
AIMI

Making Acoustic Computer Music: The Rumentarium project

The new Organised Sound issue dedicated to “Re-wiring electronic music” contains my article “Making Acoustic Computer Music: The Rumentarium project” that sums up four years of research with the Rumentarium setup. To be precise: Andrea Valle (2013). Making Acoustic Computer Music: The Rumentarium project. Organised Sound, 18, pp 242-254. doi:10.1017/S1355771813000216.

OS, 18/3
OS, 18/3