AES New York 2019
Electronic Instrument Design & Applications Track EI04
Thursday, October 17, 4:00 pm — 5:30 pm (1E17)
EI04 - Embedded Computing and Instrument DesignModerator:
Paul Lehrman, Tufts University - Medford, MA, USA
Richard Graham, Delta Sound Labs - Cleveland, OH, USA
Andrew Ikenberry, Qu-Bit Electronix - San Clemente, CA, USA
Denis Labrecque, DeLab Consulting - Half Moon Bay, CA, USA
Teresa Marrin Nakra, The College of New Jersey - Trenton, NJ, USA; Immersion Music, Inc.
David Rossum, Rossum Electro-Music LLC - Santa Cruz, CA, USA; Universal Audio, Inc - Scotts Valley, CA USA
Embedded computing systems based on common platforms such as Arduino, Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, and Bela offer powerful, flexible platforms for prototyping new electronic instrument designs. This session will offer perspectives from both research and independent builder communities on innovative use cases and future directions.