RPI Arts department doctoral candidate Zach Layton premieres new work at EMPAC

 

RPI Arts department doctoral candidate Zach Layton premieres new work at EMPAC

EMPAC

March 31, 2016 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

RPI Arts department doctoral candidate Zach Layton premieres a new work for voice and electronics featuring soprano Erin Flannery utilizing an innovative wavefield synthesis loudspeaker array in 512 discrete channels, currently in development at EMPAC.  Wavefield synthesis is a spatial audio reproduction technique enabling the perception of precise positioning and dynamic shaping of sound sources in virtual auditory space.  The concert will feature live voice, 512 channels of processed vocals and spatialized electronic sound, and the first public performance utilizing this incredible new sound system developed by the engineering team at EMPAC.

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