Patchblocks session with Sebastian Heinz. Thursday 29th May

When: Thursday 29th May, 7:00pm Where: 132 Kingsland Road London E2 8DY Shoreditch Patchblocks are stand-alone programmable synthesizer modules. Turn them into filters, sequencers, oscillators, or anything you can think of with an easy to use visual programming environment. Plug them into each other or use them with other music gear. You can also easily share your patches online and learn from the community. Sebastian Heinz, the creator of Patchblocks, will be giving an introduction... Read More

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Wednesday 21st May: Hands-on session on Faust with Yann Orlarey

When: Wednesday 21st May 7.00pm Where: Troyganic, 132 Kingsland Road, near Hoxton station, at the corner of Cremer street. Faust [Functional Audio Stream] is a Domain Specific Language designed for real-time signal processing and sound synthesis. It is a fully compiled language, the Faust compiler translates Faust programs into equivalent imperative programs (typically C++, LLVM, Java, etc.), taking care of generating efficient code. The generated code is self-contained and suitable... Read More

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Paul Pignon, 50 years of free improvisation, Thurs 8th of May, 7pm

On Thursday 8th of May, Paul Pignon will be sharing his 50-year experience of free improvisation and engagement with electronic music instruments. WHERE:  Troyganic, 132 Kingsland Road, near Hoxton station, at the corner of Cremer street. WHEN: Thursday 8th of May 2014, 7pm   WHAT: Paul said: “I had imagined it would be some kind of general forum where people talked about what they’re doing or have done, and if anyone was interested I could say a few words... Read More

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