Northeast Ohio ACM Chapter Meetup
First Annual Synth Gods M.A.S.S., (Music Automation and Synthesis Symposium) is a one-day symposium about the current state-of-the-art and future of digital music synthesis as well as the influence of Artificial Intelligence on music creation and automation. This symposium is for synthesis musicians, performers, educators, technology geeks, and enthusiasts. The symposium will feature guest speakers Dave Smith (Creator of MIDI) who will answers questions about the creation of MIDI and Roger Dannenburg (Creator of Audacity) who will speak on his research with integrate computers into live performance, and applications of machine learning to music.
Artificial intelligence is transforming into a general-purpose technology that permeates virtually every aspect of human life and society. We have seen AI’s impact on music creation and instrumentality for many years. Our panel discussion entitled:
Will the New Artificial Intelligence and Digital Music Automation Help, Hurt, or Hinder Artists?
will discuss how AI algorithms has changed the way we create and perform music. We will cover how this new technology will be used to help creativity, composition, and performance. Will it hurt or hinder the musical artists?
There will also be sessions on Music Arpeggiation, Composition, Notation and Transcription by our tech talkers Cameron Hughes and Julie Swango.
This symposium is presented by NEOACM (Northeast Ohio Association for Computing Machinery.
Girard, OH – USA
Saturday, September 22 at 10:00 AM
Source: Northeast Ohio ACM Chapter Meetup