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07.02.2012

Tribute to Alan Turing

http://www.cti.uma.es/melomicsg.html

(01.07.2012)
The Guardian que incluye un interesante Test de Turing **
The Guardian -Hello World! review
terra.es
La Opinión de Málaga
El Mundo.es
UMA
SUR.es

(02.07.2012)
The Telegraph
Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger
Komputerra.ru
The Huffington Post
Teleprensa World. Periódico Digital de Málaga
Hispasonic
Fakti.bg
paperblog
Xataka
Prefixmag

BCS. The Chartered Institute for IT
SUR.es
Venyve
(03.07.2012)
RNE En días como hoy: SUBE (mp3)
SUR.es
Lenta.ru
malagaes.com
meneame.net
Bitacoras.com
TOPSY
Nada nos Libra de Escorpio
The Jakarta Post
malagahoy.es
SUR.es [vídeo]

(04.07.2012)
aprendemas.com
deNotta
ANIMEAF
TOPSY Twitter

(05.07.2012)
Taringa.net
Seetio

(07.07.2012)
El País
 
 
04.16.2012

Recording in London of "Transits" with the LSO

Last Friday, March 13, the piece for Orchestra Tránsitos(Transits) was recorded with the London Symphony Orchestra, and conducted by Borja Quintas at the Angel Recording Studios (ARS), in Studio 3. The recording was done under the supervision of engineer Steve Price and Gustavo Díaz-Jerez. The piece for solo violin Ugadi, played by David Ballesteros, was also recorded.
CTI technicians took pictures for the upcoming documentary about the project. We have seen and witnessed a milestone in the first computer-generated recording of an orchestral work,  with NO human intervention and performed by a world-class renowned orchestra. 
After the recording we interviewed Lennox Mackenzie, chairman and sub-concertmaster of the LSO, who was favourably impressed and welcomed the project. Below an interview we did with him:

La LSO en ARS (Melomics Records) 13/abril/2012
Borja Quintas conducting the LSO in ARS, Iamus Transits play. Photo [M.Díaz]
 
 
04.06.2012

Everything is ready for the recording in London of Iamus

London Symphony Orchestra .....

The next 12 days to 14 will be in London, where the 13th will record the last pieces for the album of Iamus: a work for Orchestra (Tránsits) with 65 musicians of the London Symphony Orchestra, directed by Borja Quintas, and a work for solo violin.
So, we will attend a historic milestone: for the first time in history an Orchestra will play music composed by a computer without human intervention.
Iamus has not only generated music that has written the score, with the sufficient level of detail as to which a large orchestra can play it without correction.

 
 
03.16.2012

Borja Quintas receives the scores of "Tránsitos"

Today Gustavo Díaz-Jerez has delivered to Borja Quintas the score of Transits, first work for Orchestra generated by Iamus, therefore the first musical composition for Orchestra, created by a not-human.
On 13 April, under the baton of Borja Quintas, the London Symphony Orchestra recorded this piece in Angel Recording Studios (London), what will be a new milestone in the history of classical music.
The title Tránsits It refers to a poem by Malaga poet Emilio Prados. The two pieces that make up the orchestral work was also titled with names of poems by the same author, Rumor of mirrors and Me away, looked out toward an abyss... (Circumcision of sleep).

..... Gustavo Díaz-Jerez y Borja Quintas
 
 
03.05.2012

Recording at Sala María Cristina (Málaga)

On 2 to 5 of March 2012 was made the recording of pieces for the next album CD_1, in Sala Maria Cristina (Málaga), courtesy of the Sociocultural Work of Unicaja. Technicians of the CTI (Centre of Image Technology - Málaga University-), under the direction of Vicente Martínez, have proceeded to the audiovisual recording of the pieces. Sound decision-making has been done by engineer Edgar Grau (Rubirec studies). The performers of the works...

Iamus | Grabación en Málaga del CD_1

 
 

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