Adapting to a virtual work using immersive audio with Copelli-AI


  • Dylan Cave MacEwan University


Exploring modern performative art through immersive audio in an ever changing virtual world. This research is intended  to present how we may use technology in a creative way with artistic intent to help convey metaphorical content within the art. Working with the musical score in direct conjunction with per formative art, I examine artistic intent and work directly with the creative team to augment their vision using immersive binaural audio mixing techniques.  The composer and I will discuss challenges we faced adapting the score for immersion and what sort of things we managed to achieve despite all the difficulties we faced in the process. We will present a  live demonstration of one movement from the upcoming modern immersive ballet Copelli-AI that will premier at Edmonton Fringe Festival in 2021.

Department: Music

Faculty Mentor: Dr. Bill Richards