The second week is a workshop giving selected participants focused time and hands-on access to these systems in order to develop new creative work. This portion of the workshop will be reserved for only a handful of participants who submit project proposals in advance. Submissions will be reviewed by workshop leaders and accepted based on the degree to which they utilize the capabilities of these spatial audio systems and the potential to realize the proposed project within the given time frame.
The workshop takes place July 16–22, 2018 at the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center, in Troy, NY.
- Covered costs: 24/7 Access to venues and six nights of housing on the Rensselaer campus.
- Not Covered: Travel to/from the Rensselaer campus.
- Food will be available for purchase during business hours in EMPAC's Evelyn's Café.
- RPI Faculty are not eligible to apply for the workshop, however Rensselaer faculty and students may attend the seminar free of charge.
Participants should be musicians, composers, audio engineers, or programmers with interest in multi-channel composition. Familiarity with MAX is suggested, but not required.
Workshop participants will be expected to attend the seminar unless given express permission to waive participation.
Workshop application deadline is MAY 1, 2018 11:59:00PM