Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Dorkbot Art and Technology Forum

The Atlanta chapter of Dorkbot, the international forum on art and technology dedicated to “people doing strange things with electricity,” will have its next meeting on Monday, March 10th, at 7 pm in the Couch Building (room 207) at Georgia Tech. This month’s meeting features composer and software developer Michael Klingbeil, lecturer in the Music Department at Yale University, who joins us from New Haven via live video link.

If you're not familiar with Michael's free SPEAR software for spectral analysis, editing, and resynthesis, then you definitely need to come to this session; it's an essential software tool in any composer's toolbox. And if you are already familiar with SPEAR, then I don't need to convince you to come; I know you'll be there.

As always, dorkbot, which is sponsored by the Georgia Tech Music Department, is free and open to the public.

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