Bruno Bélanger Daniel Courville Philippe-Aubert Gauthier Audio Art / 3D Sound Production : Integrating New Avenues

Date(s): Saturday, May 21st 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Sunday, May 22nd 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday, May 25th 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Saturday, May 28th 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Sunday, May 29th 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday, Jun 4th 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Registration Date(s): Apr 14th 2022

Location:

OBORO

Pedagogical Assistant: Stéphane Claude

Training

Photo : Daniel Courville et Bruno Bélanger, PRIM.

With the financial support of Services Québec

In recent years, practices of sound creation and composition have evolved in surprising ways (mobility, immersive and interactive environments, in-situ and outdoor broadcasting contexts, multimodal acoustics and composition, localized listening, tactile sound and haptic installations, etc.). The Audio Art / 3D Sound Production: Integrating New Avenues workshop deals with the tools, software and technologies used in Ambisonics, Dolby Atmos and in hybrid scenographic and installation practices. This course is intended for creators who wish to combine media and materiality in sound immersion devices. Through critical perspectives, we propose a methodological and structuring approach that offers greater autonomy to creators in the production process of works destined for different dissemination contexts, multi-phonic concerts, web art, sound installations, digital cinema, live arts, etc…

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Photo : Daniel Courville et Bruno Bélanger, PRIM.

Bruno Bélanger is the Audio Department Manager / Mixer PRIM, an artist-run center for moving image and sound post-production. He began his career in the early 2000s. A valuable collaborator, he invests himself in all the projects that are offered to him. With his sensitivity and his listening skills, he takes care of the narrative intentions of the creators he works with during the final stage of sound creation, the mixing.

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Daniel Courville has been a lecturer in sound production and applied computer science at UQAM’s École des médias since 1990. He is interested in three-dimensional sound capture, processing and reproduction and, in particular, since 1988, in Ambisonics. More recently, he has been working on the integration of Ambisonics in sound production and post-production environments through the development of modular software tools. http://www.ambisonicstudio.com

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Philippe-Aubert Gauthier is a sound and digital artist, musician, junior mechanical engineer, M.Sc., Ph.D. in acoustics and professor at the Université du Québec à Montréal. The heart of his artistic approach is based on the interaction of arts, cultures, sciences and technologies. He navigates a vision of integrated research and creation in which each of these fields of action and related knowledge is used to develop artistic and musical pieces that address the social and cultural constructions of technologies.

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Stéphane Claude is an electronic-acoustic music composer, sound engineer, specialized consultant and sound designer. Since the birth of the New Media Laboratory, he is Head of Research of the Audio Sector at OBORO. His research focuses on the development and integration of conceptual and physiological structures in installation and performance contexts. His interests include the communication of formal and physical aesthetics as transductive experiences through digital audio processing, acoustics parameters and sound spaces.

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