MSP stands for Max Signal Processing, and is a series of audio extensions to the program designed to allow real-time manipulation of signals to achieve digital synthesis and other audio effects. Although Max is a subscription-based program, a free version is available in which you cannot save your own work, but can however make use of any pre-made patches you download from the Cycling74 programs, Max-related forums or this website. Even if you have no interest in building patches yourself, there is nothing lost by keeping the free version of the software on your computer and making use of other open-source patches for your own music-making. If, however, you wish to dive into the wonderful world of Max patching, you start with a day free trial and access to all the inbuilt tutorials and help files. While these are all very informative, sometimes it helps to be talked through the process of patching.
Say Ever Moves: Bard MFA Class of 2020 Thesis Exhibition
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These courses are representative of courses taught by related faculty. They are not all taught every year. This course is an introductory overview of the modern definition of museum in relation to the development of new digital narratives and applications for cultural heritage such as the case of virtual museums. The transformation of museums in more dynamic, flexible and open institutions is a challenge of this century and, more importantly, this trend generates new job positions and different professional profiles at the level of cultural resource management, museum communication and technological research. The digital applications are progressively transforming the museums in dynamic interactive spaces and models, whereas the information process is the core rather than their collections and artifacts.
May 14 - May 17, 2019
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Mediated publics for inclusion are spaces that are open up participation to all. My research into communications access began with the question of communications in collaboration. Informed by research on innovative environments are the result of the larger social interactions within communities of collaborators. Inability to access social conversation has consequences for career satisfaction for deaf and hard of hearing, but also anyone with a barriers to social communications from gender to language. These barriers isolate workers and.