Livesourcing is a participatory remote live coding performance for audience members and laptop performers. This Ear Taxi Spotlight Concert performance is based on processing sound generated by the audience’s input in real time.
Visda Goudarzi is a music technologist working at the intersection of audio and human-computer interaction. She designs and performs using interactive and participatory sonic interfaces. Her sonic works include live electronic performances, live coding, and data driven sound. She is an Assistant Professor of Audio Arts and Acoustics at Columbia College Chicago and works as the principal investigator (PI) for the Austrian funded project COLLAB (Collaborative Creativity as a Participatory Tool for Interactive Sound Creation). Visda also performs live electronics as a member of intra-sonic electronic duo.
Anna Xambó is a Senior Lecturer in Music and Audio Technology at De Montfort University, a member of Music, Technology and Innovation – Institute of Sonic Creativity (MTI^2), and an experimental electronic music producer. Her research and practice focus on sound and music computing systems looking at novel approaches to collaborative, participatory, and live coding experiences. She is PI of the EPSRC HDI Network Plus funded project “MIRLCAuto: A Virtual Agent for Music Information Retrieval in Live Coding,” investigating the use of a live coder virtual agent and the retrieval of large collections of sounds.