IRCAM

IRCAM (Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique) is a European institute for science about music and sound and avant garde electro-acoustical art music. It is situated next to, and is organizationally linked with, the Centre Pompidou in Paris. The extension of the building was designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers.

Read more about IRCAM:  A Center For Musical Research, A Cultural Center For Musical Modernism, History, Research and Development Teams, Notable Works Composed At IRCAM

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Georgia Spiropoulos - IRCAM
... year 2000-01 she was one of the ten selected composers (among 400) to participate to the IRCAM's Composition and Musical Computing Annual Course and worked with Jonathan Harvey ...
Jonathan Harvey (composer) - Life
... In the 1980s Harvey produced much music at IRCAM after receiving an invitation from Pierre Boulez to work there ... At IRCAM, Harvey produced works such as Speakings, a composition for large orchestra and electronics ... IRCAM is known for speech analysis and in this piece, special technology was developed to allow the analysis of speech to be realized in an orchestral context, using complex algorithms which ...
Electronic Music - Popularization: 1970s To Early 1980s - IRCAM, STEIM, and Elektronmusikstudion
... Main article IRCAM IRCAM in Paris became a major center for computer music research and realization and development of the Sogitec 4X computer system, featuring then revolutionary real ...
Steve Coleman - Background, Influences, and Activities - Computer-music
... The French computer-music research centre IRCAM offered Coleman to further develop his ideas in the form of interactive computer software at the IRCAM facilities in Paris with the aid of programmers and IRCAM ...