We had a fantastic evening at the VIBES Opening Reception for the incoming Peabody Computer Music students. We had a great turnout, some awesome presentations about current students' work, and interactive workshops with some of our studio's most unique equipment. Thank you so much to those who came; we were glad to have some help eating our food!
We wanted to post some of our favorite pictures and media from the event. Below are two videos of Sam Hoch's presentations on his interactive synth installation and one (of two!) Peabody Computer Music's Moogs, taken by Event Consultant Yian Hwang.
Below that are some wonderful pictures, taken by photographer and current Peabody tenor, Mofan Lai. There are some great photos of students using our VR system, exploring an environment created by Alex Ringo as part of a larger video game with an adaptive and intricate sound and visual design.
VIBES is holding a reception to welcome the incoming Computer Music students. All students are welcome and encouraged to come and meet new people! We will have 3 separate events occurring as a demonstration of the studios:
309: VR and Disklavier, led by Alex Ringo and Erik Fredriksen respectively.
312: A fixed media showcase of some of our current students' works.
314: Sam Hoch will both introduce people to the huge Moog synthesizers, and will also showcase an interactive synthesizer installation.
In addition, there will also be free food! :) Come through!
VIBES is run by Peabody Computer Music students. This blog is to document each VIBES event's preparation, execution, and performances.
Thank you to Peabody Computer Music for supporting us!