Heute prägen digitale Technologien und fortschrittliche Rechenfunktionen, wie maschinelles Lernen und künstliche Intelligenz (KI), unsere Beziehung zur Musik und eröffnen neue Möglichkeiten, neue Musikinstrumente und Schnittstellen zu nutzen. In diesem Workshop stellen wir uns die Frage, welches Verhältnis wir heute zu Musik und Musikinstrumenten haben.
Koray Tahiroğlu (FI/TR)
Koray Tahiroğlu is a musician, Academy Research Fellow and lecturer in the Department of Media, Aalto University School of ARTS. He is the founder and head of SOPI (Sound and Physical Interaction) research group, coordinating research projects with research interests including embodied approaches to sonic interaction, new interfaces for musical expression, deep learning with audio. He was invited as the main keynote speaker for the 7th International Audio Mostly Conference, Greece. Since 2004, he has been also teaching workshops and courses introducing artistic strategies and methodologies for creating interactive music. Tahiroğlu has performed experimental music in collaboration as well as in solo performances in Europe, North America and Australia. Last year he was awarded a 5-year Academy of Finland Research Fellowship.