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Human/Machine Interaction

Music Direction by: Lindsay Vickery
Performed by: Composition and Music Technology students

Fifty years ago Gordon Mumma's Hornpipe ushered in a new kind of music allowing human and machine interaction in the form of a ‘semi-automatic response to the sounds generated by the performer’. Today human/machine interaction from Siri to Google has become ubiquitous; in this concert WAAPA Composition and Music Technology students explore the implications and consequences of this new form of music.


Performance Details

Venue

Music Auditorium

Performance dates

5th Oct 7:30pm 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 1st Jan 8:00am 5th Oct 7:30pm

Ticketing information

$11 - Full
$11 - Concession/Friends

Bookings open

12th Sep 12:00am - Friends
19th Sep 12:00am - Public

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