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austraLYSIS will present new real-time and out-of-time work which uses recent computational developments in object-spotting (identifying incoming sound or visual objects in a stream and their counterparts in a previous stream so as to forge new relationships), and live-coding (creating structure at any level from micro- to macro- while performing). These opportunities permit novel approaches to the generation of musical expression in composition and improvisation. New works by members of austraLYSIS.
Performers: Roger Dean piano keyboards, computers, Sandy Evans saxophones, Phil Slater trumpets, Hazel Smith speaker, Greg White computers, and others.
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