Back to Bologna. Very happy to be invited to participate in the presentation of the volume dedicated to Eco by the Library of Living Philosophers.
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
I’m very proud that my essay on “Modes of sign production” has been included into the volume dedicated to Umberto Eco in the Library of living philosophers.
Luckily I found a WP plugin, so under the page Publications there’s a list of my publications, updated. Typesetting is debatable, anyway better then nothing
I’m very proud of having my introductory book on SuperCollider translated into English and published by Logos Verlag, Berlin. Here the publisher’s web page. Thanks to Marinos Koutsomichalis, Joe Higham, Josh Parmenter.
I’m very happy to have my article Towards a semiotics of the audible in the issue 6 of Signata, as the editors gave me the opportunity to finally review and translate into English a work I started with my PhD thesis. Here it is.
As a part of the project that Ensemble 2e2m has dedicated to the work we did with Mauro Lanza, on Jan 19 2e2m has played Regnum vegetabile at the CRR in Paris. And they presented the book that they dedicated to the cycle, Systema nature.
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”.
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.