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The author proposed for his culminating experience that he would redefine the current notion of what it means to be an electronic musician. The problem that was being challenged and resolved was that current electronic musicians were more enraptured with using DJ equipment and preparing quick sets rather than focusing on their own creative music and developing their own interactive live sets. Moreover, the majority notion that artists try to copy someone else or replicate someone else’s style was another ideology that the author attempted to redefine. Therefore, the author posited three solutions to these current issues: To redefine the live music experience of electronic music, re-innovate technology by combining hardware and DJ equipment into a new medium of interactive technology, and develop a new standard of electronic music that challenges the status quo of current modern genres.
Valencia (Spain) Campus
Project Components: project video (.mp4), paper (.pdf), presentation (.pdf), EP (ZIP file containing 3 .wav files).
Guidry, Carter. “Renaixement: Bringing Interactivity to Live Electronic Music.” Master's Project, Berklee College of Music, 2022. https://remix.berklee.edu/graduate-studies-production-technology/242.