Treat yourself to four inspiring days and nights filled with sound design, ideas, discussions, and music! Take advantage of a wide range of opportunities to increase your Kyma mastery: from introductory master classes, to hands-on question-and-answer sessions; from thought-provoking presentations, to inspiring concerts and after-hours discussions with new-found friends and colleagues. Get a sneak preview of the new features coming to Kyma and influence future developments by speaking directly with the Kyma creators. You’ll return home reinvigorated, with a head full of new ideas and a contact list full of new colleagues and friends!
Join us on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River, September 13-16, to share ideas, experiences and results with fellow practitioners at the fourth annual Kyma International Sound Symposium (KISS2012) organized by St. Cloud State University School of the Arts and Symbolic Sound. This year’s dual theme, reel time || real time, puts the spotlight on reel time (sound for picture), real time (live performance), and all timescales between, including sound design for games, live cinema, live improvisation ensembles, live performances from a score, sound design for live theatre, live signal generation for speech and hearing research, interactive data sonification, interactive sound art, and more!
Interested in presenting your work at KISS2012? Please check out the Call for Proposals.