Learn about making music with code using TidalCycles. Tidal has been developed by Alex over many years, initially for making broken dance music at events now known as “Algoraves,” as well as free Jazz improv, although it is now a free/open source software project with a growing community of users applying it to diverse musics. This is an introductory workshop appropriate for anyone, including those with no programming and/or music-making experience. It’ll introduce Tidal’s notation of polyrhythmic rhythm, its library of pattern transformations, how to combine these simple parts into complex results, and how to use them in performance, culminating in an algorithmic drum circle.
Requirements: You will need your own computer (OSX / Windows/ Linux), and a pair of headphones.
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Music Hackspace is a Somerset House Studios Resident and is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.