Monthly Archives: March 2014

Exploring the Piano, Part 2: Tiny Little Feet

A normal, modern piano has three little feet, more commonly called “pedals”: On a grand piano, the right-most one is called the damper pedal, the left-most one the una corda, and the middle one the sostenuto. When depressed, the damper … Continue reading

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14 days in 14 minutes!

Hmm, didn’t realize that Diana is hiding in the group shot. Will change that. And probably change the music to Sinatra for copyright clearance…

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Video killed the engineer’s star…

Pasan in the ICICS Control Room getting ready for his part in the Engineering capstone project video.

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Do want!

What’s really nice is that the manual shows how you can wire up your own sensors for use with the interface. http://www.audiofront.net/MIDIExpression.php

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ChucK => Presentation!

This is a presentation I made regarding the real-time audio programming language, ChucK. Enjoy! [Ian Lavery]

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More cowbell! Er… harp!

Something you didn’t know about a laptop orchestra member… https://www.youtube.com/user/SamiaAntha

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The unofficial Canadian group performance…

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