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The IntraEnvironmental Sound Project
Alex Bohn and Max Hopkins
Monday, April 11, 2016
Project Channel, Library Level 11
1 pm - Research Presentation
2 pm - Coffee Reception
Alex Bohn and Max Hopkins (winners of the 2015 Joyce and Ron Sakamoto Prize for Research in the Digital Audio Arts) exhibit their sound mapping and musical composition project, entitled "The IntraEnvironmental Sound Project".
During their presentation, Alex and Max describe their methodology, which included collection and manipulation of sound, the creation of three musical compositions and development of an interactive online sound map, whose purpose is to permit users to identify and explore natural and unnatural sound elements within our environment.
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