Author: Niccolo Granieri

Integra Lab welcomes Matthew Evans

October 1, 2018 - Other

Integra Lab welcomes Matthew Evans. Matthew will be joining us as a PhD student creating sound and music from pixel data sonification. Matthew DF Evans is a Birmingham based sound artist and musician focused on making sound and music through data. Graduating from UAL (LCC) with a BA in Sound Art & Design and the […]

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Arduino Day 2018

May 15, 2018 - Arduino, Conferences, Open Day

On Saturday the 12th of May – as a part of Arduino Day 2018 – the Integra Lab hosted a day long event in the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire foyer as part of the worldwide celebration of the Arduino community. Our community event was focused around introducing electronics to musicians. We demonstrated some of the things […]

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Integra Lab hosts Arduino Day 2018

May 1, 2018 - Arduino, Conferences, Open Day

The Integra Lab is proud to announce that on Saturday the 12th of May, in the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire’s foyer, we will be hosting the Arduino Day 2018! Arduino Day is a worldwide birthday celebration of Arduino. It’s a 24 hour-long event – organized directly by the community, or by the Arduino founders – that […]

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Integra Lab welcomes Edmund Hunt

April 1, 2018 - Other

Integra Lab welcomes Edmund Hunt. Edmund will be joining us as a Post-Doctoral researcher working with voice, language and live electronics. Edmund Hunt is a British composer. His work has been performed by ensembles including Psappha, The Royal Northern Sinfonia, CHROMA, BCMG, ICARUS Vocal Ensemble, The Curious Chamber Players and CoMA. Much of Edmund’s music […]

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Integra Lab At ADC 2017

December 4, 2017 - Conferences

Earlier this month, we at the Integra Lab attended the Audio Developers Conference at the CodeNode, London. ADC began as the JUCE summit, a conference hosted by ROLI for users of the JUCE framework and audio developers to extend their knowledge on audio application development and software design. Over the past two years, this has […]

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The Integra Lab welcomes Jefferson Bledsoe

September 18, 2017 - Other

Integra Lab welcomes Jefferson Bledsoe. Jefferson will be joining us as a research intern working across a range of projects including module development for Integra Live, investigation into possible uses of the Myo Armband for studio purposes using the JUCE framework, and research into new technologies for touch-free 3D interaction with virtual environments. As a […]

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Integra Lab welcomes Joe Wright

May 17, 2017 - Other

Integra Lab welcomes Joe Wright. Joe will be joining us as a PhD student working across a range of projects including creating instruments with and for young people on the autistic spectrum. Joe is a professional jazz saxophone player, and uses his musical experience to inform his research. Joe has been a PhD student for the past year and is now […]

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Fuga Perpetua

May 16, 2016 - Performances

Tychonas Michailidis, a research assistant at Integra Lab, has been working the last few months on the realisation of the audio for the icon-sonic opera by Yuval Avital “Fuga Perpetua”. This work has been partially funded by the AHRC Cultural Engagement Fund The premier of the piece took place in Teatro Comunale “L. Pavarotti” Modena, […]

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Incorporating-haptic-feedback-into-musical-instrument-performance

December 2, 2013 - Other

The London based company Precision Microdrives mention my work on their blog. I’ve been using their motors in my work with vibrotactile feedback. Really impressed how they encapsulate the essence of my work in a few lines “The harder you strum a guitar, the more you feel it vibrate. Similarly, kick a bass drum pedal and you’ll […]

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