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Thursday, May 18 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
New Instruments, Interfaces and Robotic Musicians FULL

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Learn about new musical instruments, interfaces for musical expression, and robotic musicians designed and developed at Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology (GTCMT). We will also present selected instruments from the Guthman Musical Instrument Competition hosted by GTCMT.
Last year, Gil Weinberg wowed crowds with a marimba-playing robot and a cyborg jazz band. This year, Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology returns with an elevated program of intimate seminars and workshops led by graduate students and professors. 

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Talent
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Gil Weinberg

Gil Weinberg is a professor and the founding director of Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology, where he leads the Robotic Musicianship group. His research focuses on developing artificial creativity and musical expression for robots and augmented humans. Among his projects are a marimba playing robotic musician called Shimon that uses machine learning for Jazz improvisation, and a prosthetic robotic arm for amputees that restores and enhances... Read More →

Program Partners
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Georgia Tech

The Georgia Institute of Technology is a public research university in Atlanta, Georgia. It is well recognized for its degree programs in engineering, computing, business administration, the sciences, design, and liberal arts. At Moogfest 2017, we will be joined by professors Gil Weinberg, Alexander Lerch, Jason Freeman, and Dr. Timothy Hsu.



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