Designing the Future of Music | Group Project | Royal College of Art & Imperial College London
ABOUT THIS PROJECT
Re:form is an experimental solution for the future of music, with a focus on human-music interactions. It allows users to pull apart the layers of a track to extract elements, to be used to reshape and remix with other elements extracted from other tracks to create new music.
Designing the Future of Music, a programme founded by Lawrence Azerrad of LAD Design, and partnered with AEG Presents, explores the role of art and design in transforming music.
GROUP MEMBERS: David Harris, Daniel Karaj, Harrison Tan, Millicent Wong
KEYWORDS: Speculative Design, Music, Internet Culture, Music Production, Automation
SKILLS: Iteration & Prototyping, MAX MSP, Arduino, Woodwork, Video Production, Graphic Design