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  • Portal ideas

    Portal ideas

    Instead of starting up the M32 every day, recalling the correct preset, adjusting the faders, turning on the screens, turning on the speakers, opening LOLA, connecting to the other side, pulling your hair out because nothing will work... Imagine just pressing a button and it all just works.

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  • The B Team Wraps up the Portal

    The B Team Wraps up the Portal

    We made it out of the Portal, now what?

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  • Reflections on the christmas concert

    Reflections on the christmas concert

    Trondheim reflects on the christmas concert 2019

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  • The B Team Dives in Deep (Learning!)

    The B Team Dives in Deep (Learning!)

    Well, here we are, at the end of a semester where one of the most challenging courses remain - only Rebecca Fiebrink can save us now.

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  • Take this Algorithm and Scikit in your Wekinator!

    Take this Algorithm and Scikit in your Wekinator!

    Heading into the final module of the semester, Group C sighed deeply, gave itself a collective slap on the arse and heaved its sixteen-limbed carcass into class for more good learnin’.

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  • Music and machine learning - Group A

    Music and machine learning - Group A

    Using machine learning for performance and for classifying sounds

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  • 3D Radio Theater - Lilleby

    3D Radio Theater - Lilleby

    A 3D radio theater, produced by MCT students, Trondheim

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  • Spatial Trip - a Spatial Audio Composition

    Spatial Trip - a Spatial Audio Composition

    In this project, we recorded and synthesized sounds with spatial aspects which is meant to be heard over headphones or loudspeakers (8-channel setup in Oslo/Trondheim). Coming to simulate both the indoor and outdoor real and or fictional scenarios.

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  • Orchestrash hackathon performance

    Orchestrash hackathon performance

    The title of our project is "Orchestrash" inspired by the theme of the competition and our approach to solving it, by making individual instruments controlled by recycled materials and "recycling" sound by sampling

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  • The B Team: Mini-Hackathon

    The B Team: Mini-Hackathon

    For the MCT 4000 mini-hackathon in the physical computing module we tried to send sound at the speed of light.

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