EMvibe

Sleight

by Cameron on December 17, 2013

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November 19, 2013 — EMvibe in Princeton, NJ

by Cameron on November 18, 2013

The EMvibe will return to the place of its birth for a performance on Princeton University’s Princeton Sound Kitchen concert series. The specific piece(s) that I’ll perform are still TBD. The performance will be at 8pm in the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts in Princeton (not the usual Taplin Auditorium). Some det

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I am thrilled to have been invited to do a session at the 2013 Percussive Arts Society International Convention in Indianapolis, IN. My session will be a clinic/performance on the EMvibe. I will present several new works for the EMvibe, discuss some of the instrument’s capabilities and demonstrate some of some of the interfacing technologies [...]

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I am excited to be presenting Sleight, a new solo for EMvibe, as part of UNC Greensboro’s New Music Festival. The concert will be at 7pm in the Weatherspoon Art Museum on UNCG’s campus. Thanks to Mark Engebretson for inviting me to be part of this festival!

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Percussive Notes Article on the EMvibe

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by Cameron on September 24, 2013

A great article by Kurt Gartner about the EMvibe appeared in the September 2013 Percussive Notes. The article is ostensibly a preview of my upcoming PASIC session, but it’s also a good introduction to the EMvibe project and how I have been approaching it. People outside of the PAS community can read the article online [...]

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EMvibe improvements

by Cameron on May 20, 2013

Back in late-March/early-April, before the Guthman Musical Instrument Competition at Georgia Tech, I worked with the super-talented and super-cool Christian Karkow on some new actuator mounting brackets for the EMvibe.

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EMvibe on Duke’s Choreolab

by Cameron on March 20, 2013

The EMvibe will be part of a piece by Tommy DeFrantz and his students on the Duke University Dance Program’s Choreolab 2013. In this piece the EMvibe is being used to process the speech sounds of three dancers. This is a new direction for the instrument. The effect is beautiful and the piece as a [...]

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EMvibe concert debut

by Cameron on May 15, 2012

The EMvibe made it’s first concert appearance on Saturday May 12 on the Queens New Music Festival. From here it’s off to NIME where I’ll be doing an EMvibe demo and presenting a paper. Here’s video from the concert in Queens. I’ll probably break this up into smaller chunks at some point, but for now [...]

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