Arne Eigenfeldt (born 1962) is a Canadian composer and creator of interactive and generative music systems based in Vancouver. Both his music and his research into intelligent systems have been presented internationally. He is currently a professor of music at Simon Fraser University. He also produces electronica under the pseudonyms Raemus[not in citation given] and loadbang.[not in citation given]
Eigenfeldt has composed extensively for contemporary dance, especially in collaboration with choreographer Serge Bennathan. His electroacoustic music is predominantly live, generated or performed in software he has written in Max/MSP. His recent research focusses on encoding knowledge into intelligent performance systems.
Works and publications
- Eigenfeldt, Arne (October 2008), "Intelligent Real-time Composition", eContact! 10.4 — Temps réel, improvisation et interactivité en électroacoustique / Live-electronics — Improvisation — Interactivity in Electroacoustics (Montréal: CEC)
- Eigenfeldt, Arne. “Multi-agency and Real-time Composition: In Equilibrio.” eContact! 11.4 — Toronto Electroacoustic Symposium 2009 (TES) / Symposium Électroacoustique 2009 de Toronto (December 2009). Montréal: CEC.
- Eigenfeldt, Arne. “In Search of Tools for the Laptop Ensemble.” eContact! 13.3 — TES 2010 etc.: Toronto Electroacoustic Symposium 2010 / Symposium Électroacoustique 2010 de Toronto (June 2011). Montréal: CEC.
- Eigenfeldt, Arne. “Towards a Generative Electronica: A Progress Report.” eContact! 14.4 — TES 2011: Toronto Electroacoustic Symposium / Symposium électroacoustique de Toronto (March 2013). Montréal: CEC.
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