This show is a channel of IAMAS DSP course.
Throughout the history of art and technology, much attention has been paid to the relationship between instruments (both musical and other) operated in real-time, which possess a high degree of feedback, and the performer (vocalists and instrumentalists). Through the DSP Course IAMAS aims to produce musicians and engineers with fresh sensory concepts who can make the most of the various media and networking technology available, just as if the technology were part of their own physical being. Students acquire a wide range of skills and knowledge from basic music composition to digital signal processing. In an attempt to make practical use of the skills and knowledge learnt in class students often participate in group projects on image recognition and 3D sound localization, and the planning and management of workshops and seminars. Classes focus on programming and creative group work based on networks, acquisition of related skills and theory and the live broadcast of events over networks. Students strive to understand how physical perception has changed with the advent of modern technology, and create both exhibition and performance works and other forms of expression that extend beyond former concepts.