Workshop : Introduction to Live Coding and Sound Synthesis with Algobabez

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Workshop : Introduction to Live Coding and Sound Synthesis with Algobabez
jeudi, 23 août 2018 11h00 à 13h00
MUTEK @ Balustrade (Monument-National), Montreal, Quebec
 
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  • Prix du billet: CAD $0.00
  • Tags: Keychange :: Amplify
  • Où: MUTEK @ Balustrade (Monument-National) 1182 Boul St-Laurent Montreal, Quebec H2X 2S5
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Join live coding duo Algobabez in this workshop, where you will be introduced to the basics of making music with code in SuperCollider including sound synthesis and patterns. No previous experience with SuperCollider, coding or music making is required for this workshop. SuperCollider is a powerful, open-source, cross-platform, audio engine and programming language, used not only to create music, but also for machine learning, audio/music reactive installations, performance, interactive systems, research, live-coding and much more. Algobabez are a live coding duo of Leeds-based creative technologist Joanne Armitage and Newcastle-based data musician Shelly Knotts. Participants will need to bring a laptop (OSX / Windows/ Linux) with SuperCollider installed and a pair of headphones. SuperCollider can be downloaded for free here (https://supercollider.github.io/download). For any queries about installing SuperCollider please contact info@musichackspace.org Somerset House Studios is a new experimental workspace in the centre of London connecting artists, makers and thinkers with audiences. Currently 85 resident artists are supported to develop their practice inside the refurbished spaces of the former tax office, responding to the changing ways in which artists are working. The Studios are a platform for the development of new creative projects and collaboration, promoting work that pushes bold ideas, engages with urgent issues and pioneers new technologies. Current residents include Christian Marclay, Gaika, Beatrice Dillon, Paul Purgas (Emptyset) and Music Hackspace. Music Hackspace is a London platform and community experimenting and interacting with music, technology and sound organising regular DIY workshops, events and artistic residencies. Music Hackspace is a Somerset House Studios Resident and is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.