Alejandro Olarte

Lehtori, SibA/Musiikkiteknologian aineryhmä

Esittely
Alejandro OLARTE is preparing a doctoral research in live electronics and pedagogy at the Center for Music and Technology of Sibelius Academy with Professor Andrew Bentley. His interests include free improvisation, electroacoustic music performance, contemporary lutherie and pedagogy. He graduated in the National Conservatory of Paris in Generative Improvisation and Musical Acoustics and in computer music at Université de Paris VIII. 
Opetus

tp72 Live Electronics Atelier (8–10 op, 216–267 h)

Ateljeessa opiskelija tutustuu elektroakustisiin instrumentteihin käsitteiden, ideoiden, teorioiden ja käytäntöjen kautta.

 

tp56 Digital Musicianship (8 op, 214 t)

This course is a laboratory to experiment and investigate the musical potential of digital instruments in the context of electroacoustic music.

This course is intended for Bachelor's students or Master's students from any discipline interested in digital arts and performance.

Opetus tapahtuu englanniksi.

 

tp73 Supercollider (8–10 op, 216–267 h)

SuperCollider on reaaliajassa tapahtuvaan ääniprosessointiin tarkoitettu avoimen lähdekoodin olioperustainen ohjelmointiympäristö. Se on yksi hienoimmista ja monipuolisimmista ympäristöistä, joissa on mahdollista prosessoida signaaleja ja luoda erilaisia musiikkisovelluksia, esim. kokonaisia sävellyksiä, interaktiivisia esityksiä ja installaatioita. Opiskelija ottaa haltuun ohjelmointikielen syntaksia ja mahdollisuuksia.

 

Tutkimus ja julkaisut

DOCTORAL PROJECT

Olarte, Alejandro: Electroacoustic Music Performance and Improvisation

In my research project, I am developing a pedagogical package or toolkit for studying electroacoustic music performance and improvisation. The package consists of a series of units, featuring musical tasks, performing situations and software-hardware applications designed to investigate the fundamental concepts of electroacoustic music theory and its performance aspects through improvisational strategies. Through action research with university music students and a process of deductive-inductive analysis, this study aims to respond to the need for integrating–in educational contexts – musicianship and electroacoustic technology.

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Electroacoustic Music
Sound Art
Software Development
Electroacoustic Instruments Development
Hardware Development
Improvisation
Sound design
Electroacoustic Instruments Development Software and Hardware
Sound Design
Sound Art
Electroacoustic Music