Digital Media Research Centre (DMARC), University of Limerick. Spring term 2016.
In this module, students learn to organize and execute a successful artistic collaboration, program real-time and distributed software for audio and video, implement real-time digital signal processing algorithms and environments, and produce work reflecting current practices in real-time video and audio production. Students build and perform with their own Digital Musical Instrument (DMI), based on the Arduino microprocessor.
The term concluded with a concert, students performing in ensembles that were established in the design stage. While there were plenty of nerves beforehand, students with happy with the opportunity to express themselves through music, as well as in code and essay form.