* On Thursday morning there will be a couple of introduction talks to get started.
* The music tech company Sennheiser
will be part of the hackathon and provide some Ambeo headsets
plus head tracker and SDK. They offer a prize for the best concept/project in connection with their environment.
* We will have a self-playing Bösendorfer Disklavier 214VC
with Yamaha ENSPIRE technology to create music for. The piano will be on display in the lobby of the FH Salzburg.
* We have space where you can hang out and work on your group projects or connect with other developers and/or musicians. We will also provide food and non-alcoholic drinks.
* Our newly installed audiolab workstations are equipped with basic machine learning tools like Tensorflow, Google Magenta,
and music software (Cubase, Ableton Live, ...).
* Patrik Lechner
, musician and lecturer at our school will provide an informal hands-on introduction workshop for musicians to get familiar with machine learning tools.
* Matthew Mosher,
artist and guest professor will help you set up a trainable gesture recognition system linkable to your music, based on the wekinator software package.
* We should have a recording studio set up with Izotope RX 7 advanced,
by the time the hackathon starts. This is a plug-in that allows you post production based on machine learning algorithms.
* And of course we encourage additional topics - bring your own ideas!!