Form Follows Sound

Embodied Sonic Interactions workshops have been run at Goldsmiths, Parsons(NYC) and IRCAM. These workshops gave participants to opportunity to learn more about sonic interaction and gestural interfaces. First guests were involvedĀ in a series of activities to sensitise attention to sound. Guests were then given a technical tutorial on designing interactive sound and finally grouped to prototype, realise and perform a sonic interaction themselves.



Members of MGM have given talks both at MusicMakers Hacklab and the MIT Media Lab. These talks have given the group a chance to share our research and engage with related communities.



The MGM project helped bring the New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) conference to Goldsmiths. NIME gathers researchers and musicians from all over the world to share their knowledge and demonstrate new work in the field of musical interface design.