Webpages tagged with «music technology»
Guest lecture with Michael Gurevich, Associate Professor, University of Michigan, School of Music, Theatre & Dance.
Women in Music Technology Seminar with Natasha Barrett.
Women in Music Technology Seminar with Gyrid Nordal Kaldestad.
Recording and Composing with Vocal Samples
From the Embodied to the Mediated Voice
This workshop gives an introduction to video analysis in the context of motion tracking and motion analysis. Is it a reliable technique for analysing movement? What are its limitations and what are some areas this technique is worth using in? What are motion images, motion history images and motiongrams? The workshop will be held on Zoom.
In this workshop, you will learn to create a simple musical instrument that can be accessed from a web browser. The workshop is free, for those who identifies as girls/women and will be held on Zoom.
Having users in mind when designing a product is essential. Products are, after all, for users to use. Design thinking is a way to design for users. The workshop is free, for those who identifies as girls/women and will be held on Zoom.
In this workshop Kristin Norderval will introduce basics of field recording and how to make your own soundwalks and site-specific recordings. The workshop is free, for those who identifies as girls/women and will be an outdoors activity.
WoNoMute is back with the free workshops for women and girls! In this workshop we will talk about recording your own vocals at home and we’ll look at different opportunities in regards of DAWs (digital audio workstations), set-ups and microphones. The workshop will be held on Zoom.
WoNoMute is back with the free workshops for women and girls! In this workshop, we will use the free version of Tracktion’s Waveform and produce a track using sounds from everyday life (sounds from flipping the pages of a book, mouse click, clinking glass etc). The final project and the samples will be provided. The workshop will be held on Zoom.
The aim of this pedagogical research and development project is to develop effective pedagogical strategies for two-campus learning activites, with a particular emphasis on collaboration, resource sharing, and communication.
WoNoMute is presenting Sofia Dahl with her seminar: "Looking at Musical Movements".
WoNoMute is presenting Pamela Z with her seminar: "Works and Processes".
WoNoMute is presenting Angela Brennecke with her seminar: "What’s (in) your Story? Creative Audio & Interactive Media Technologies for Film & Storytelling ".
WoNoMute is presenting Tami Gadir and her seminar: "The Music Technological Body".
WoNoMute is presenting Tone Åse and her seminar: "Voice, Electronics and Improvisation: Artistic Material and Musical Roles".
WoNoMute is presenting Miranda Moen and her seminar: "Diversity, Ableism and Technology in Music".