Special Presention - Prof. Robert Henke on "Software for Musicians" at London IET


In 2012, it’s easy to take the possibilities of computer music for granted. With capabilities and processor limitations increasingly less of a question, the new frontier is in building tools that work well for making art. Professor Robert Henke, known for his music as Monolake and for his seminal role in the foundation of Ableton, will lecture on these challenges at the Institute of Engineering and Technology in London.

Robert’s presentation, “Software for Musicians: the Art of Engineering Art”, takes place on the evening of March 8 at the IET, and is free and open to the public for registration.

Only until September 23rd.

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