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Yamaha Artist Dan Tepfer Explores Math, Music, and Multimedia in New Engadget Feature

b2ap3_thumbnail_tepfer-moving-keys.pngYamaha Artist Dan Tepfer shares his approach to interactive performance with the Disklavier at its center.Tepfer, who studied both astrophysics and music as a student, delights in "translating things from one medium to another." In this case, math literally becomes music: using algorithmic programming, a suite of authoring tools, and his Disklavier, his current Acoustic Infomatics project is a magical blend of arts and science. Read the entire article, complete with video, at Engadget.
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