Made in IRCAM

As a part of the Futur en Seine festival, IRCAM presents conferences and demonstrations of technological innovations in the presence of IRCAM researchers, industrial partners, developers, and artists who have used these tools for their creations. Voice synthesis, musical indexing, 3D sound, sound synthesis via physical modeling, etc. A wide range of domains to understand the specific model of innovation that is IRCAM.

Coordination Frederick Rousseau

Made in IRCAM 1 – Gaîté Lyrique Salle Jaune – June 12, 3-6:30pm

With the participation of Jean-Michel Jarre

Max and Max for Live: From a Technological Prototype to a Plug and Play Application
Participant: Jean Lochard (IRCAM)

Gesture-Sound Interaction: Man-Machine Interfaces of the Future and New Ways to Play 
Participants: Norbert Schnell, Frédéric Bevilacqua et Greg Beller (IRCAM), Bruno Zamborlin (Mogees), Nicolas Rasamimanana (Phonotonic)

Sound Design and Creation
Participants: Nicolas Misdariis (IRCAM), Eugénie Levallois (Renault)

Copyrights and Music
Participants: Jean-Michel Jarre (Cisac), Wally Badarou (Sacem)

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Test de captation 180° pour le Projet BiLi © Totavision, 2014

Made in IRCAM 2 – CNAM Amphi JB Say – June 13, 3-6pm

With the participation of Wally Badarou (Sacem) and Martin Meissonnier (producer-composer)

Management of Musical Databases – Bee Music Project
Participants: Geoffroy Peeters (IRCAM), Denis Gaucher and Sophie Le Barazer (Kantar Media)

Vocal Transformation and Synthesis – The Future of Voice Processing
Participants: Axel Roebel (IRCAM), Maha Productions

3D Sound: Sound Spatialization and Binaural Synthesis
Participants: Olivier Warusfel (IRCAM), Mathieu Parmentier (France Télévisions), Gaël Martinet (Flux ::)

Synthesis Via Physical Modeling and Creation of Sound Banks
Participants: Robert Piéchaud (IRCAM), Alain Etchart (Univers sons)

An IRCAM-Centre Pompidou, Cap Digital, Gaîté lyrique, CNAM coproduction. Event associated with Futur en Seine.

The research carried out at IRCAM is carried out primarily in the context of the mixed research lab STMS (Sciences et technologies de la musique et du son), with the support of the French Ministry of Culture and Communication, the CNRS, the université Pierre et Marie Curie, and the Inria.