MARA HELMUTH

        Implements of Actuation

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Ms. Helmuth is Associate Professor in Composition and the director of (ccm)2, the College-Conservatory for Music Center for Computer Music. After receiving degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (B.A., 1979, M.M., 1986) and Columbia University (D.M.A., 1994), she taught at New York University and Texas A&M University. She has had numerous performances in North America and Asia and has published writings in Audible Traces, Journal of New Music Research, Computers and Mathematics with Applications and Perspectives of New Music. Her software for UNIX platforms includes StochGran (1991) for granular synthesis and Patchmix (1989), an instrumenting builder.

Current work includes collaborations for percussion and computer with Allen Otte, heard on the Electronic Music Foundation compact disk Implements of Actuation (EMF 023), and an Internet2 improvisation application.