IKO/OSIL Symposium & Summer School Sept. 10th - 14th 2018 Graz

The IKO/OSIL summer school and symposium is approaching and scheduled for Sept. 10th to 14th 2018 to finalize our compact spherical loudspeaker array research from the past 4 years:

Orchestrating Space by Icosahedral Loudspeaker (OSIL).

The 2-day symposium offers the opportunity to learn about our artistic, psycho-acoustic, and audio-technical experiences and findings.

The 3-day summer school that preceds the symposium allows registered visitors to work and experiment with the 3 IEM Icosahedral Loudspeakers (IKO). Its working spaces are Ligeti Hall, Studio Stage Room, Orchestra Rehearsal Room, and the dressrooms at MUMUTH. There are the IKO1, IKO2, IKO3, and our new loudspeaker cubes to work and play with.

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Graz!

The OSIL team.

 

SCHEDULE:

Sept. 10th to 14th

 

 

##Summer School
Mo 10th : Introduction into technology and artistic techniques to orchestrate space by IKO
Working slots with IKO 1-3.
Evening discussion about the IKO’s sculptural sound phenomena and their conception, production, and reproducibility.
Tue 11th: Historic spherical loudspeakers and introduction into existing works with the IKO.
Working slots with IKO 1-3.

Mi 12th : The virtual Icosahedral Loudspeaker (vIKO)
Working slots with IKO 1-3



##Symposium

14:40-15:00

Thursday, Sept. 13th
Foyer Ligeti Hall
09:30 - 09:40 Opening (Barbara Boisits, Robert Höldrich)
09:40-10:20 The OSIL Projects, Facts, Figures, & More
(Franz Zotter, Gerriet K. Sharma, Matthias Frank)
10:20-10:40Coffee Break
Orchestra Rehearsal RoomTechnical research contributions (15+5min)
10:40-11:00 IKO by IEM and Sonible
(Ralf Baumgartner, Franz Zotter)
11:00-11:20 Open measurement data and IKO control
(Frank Schultz, Franz Zotter)
11:20-11:40 MIMO cross-talk cancellation for the IKO with fixed-pole parallel filters
(Balázs Bank)
11:40-12:00 Virtualization of IKO - vIKO
(Markus Zaunschirm)
12:00 - 13:20 Lunch Break
Orchestra Rehearsal RoomPsychoacoustic research contributions (15+5min)
13:20-13:40 Sound positioning by directivity
(Matthias Frank)
13:40-14:00 Influence of different direct sound characteristics on the effect of sound projection
(Tom Wühle, TU Dresden)
14:00-14:20 Advanced positioning aspects and precedence
(Florian Wendt)
14:20-14:40Coffee Break
Orchestra Rehearsal Room Artistic-aesthetical research aspects (15+5min)
Spatial Practices: Sculpturality and Shared Perceptual Space (SPS)
(Gerriet K. Sharma)
15:00-15:20 Topology of spatial texture in the acousmatic medium
(Erik Nyström)
15:20-15:40 The Scherchen Kugel
(Gregorio García Karman)
15:40-16:00 Sound based Spatial Perception
(Elena Ungeheuer)
16:00 - 18:00 various rooms Interactive Demos in 4 rooms
sound sculptures
listening experiments
vIKO
loudspeaker cubes
19:00 - 21:00 Ligeti Hall IKO Concert (2 parts)

Friday, Sept. 14th
Outlook
09:30-09:50Instrumentality of Loudspeaker Arrays
(Frank Schultz)
09:50-10:10IKO with other Instruments
(Susanne Fröhlich, Gerriet K. Sharma)
10:10-10:30Surround with depth on loudspeaker cubes
(Thomas Deppisch)
10:30-10:50Surround audio formats on IKO and cubes
(Nils Meyer-Kahlen)
10:50-11:20 Final IKO piece (Ligeti Hall)
11:20-12:20 Coffee & Farewell (Foyer Ligeti Hall)

The OSIL project was funded by the PEEK/AR program of Austrian Science Fund (FWF, AR 328-G21).