Signal processing is an area of applied mathematics that deals with operations on or analysis of signals, in either discrete or continuous time to perform useful operations on those signals.

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Constellation

Ronald Bruce Smith’s “Constellation for orchestra and live electronics,” produced in collaboration between Berkeley Symphony and UC Berkeley’s Center for Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT).

The World Premiere was given by the Berkeley Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Kent Nagano on November 10, 2000; it was revised in 2003.

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Beside Oneself

Beside Oneself for viola and live electronics

Most people think what could I do, I think what shouldn't I do. What I should do perhaps is involved with the fact that I'm Jewish and what is known as Jewish paranoia. I don't feel comfortable enough to feel that everything is on my side and that it's going to work just the way I want it.
--Morton Feldman

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lumen

“Lumen” is an hour-long composition in three movements. Using shadow screens, precise mime-like movement, and a unifying musical language, the movements work together to create a narrative form inspired from both Javanese shadow play and early silent cinema. The three movements can also be performed individually.

I. Lumen Prelude -- in which we are introduced to our

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Threads

Threads
Electroacoustic sextet
Commissioned by the Paul Dresher Ensemble
Composed 2002 while a graduate student at UC Berkeley, realized at CNMAT
Premiered February 28, 2003 at ODC Theater, San Francisco, CA
viola samples performed by KURT ROHDE
bass clarinet samples performed by PETER JOSHEFF
Recorded on In Sound (Tzadik) by Paul Dresher Ensemble

KAREN BENTLEY violin

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Crosstalk

crosstalk
(duet for pianist and piano)
composed by jay cloidt, 2007

commissioned by nancy karp + dancers
programming by barry threw
performed by marja mutru, piano

Audio

Mark Danks, Heading South

Posted by Amadeus Regucera on June 25, 2009

Mark Danks presents a multimedia work involving projected video on a giant screen. A Silicon Graphics workstation generates abstract images in real-time based on the musical material played by the cellist.

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