SuperCollider workshops at Machines Room – full series offer

 

Register to all of our four upcoming SuperCollider workshops taking place from April to July one Wednesday per month at Machines Rooms, with a 15% discount. BOOK HERE (£100)

You can also make a booking for each class individually. Links and dates below.

 

SuperCollider with Shelly Knotts

13th April 19:00 – 21:00 @MachinesRoom
Learn the basics of setting up a live coding session and making soundscapes and beats with sound synthesis and patterns in SuperCollider. BOOK HERE (£30)

 

SuperCollider with Alo Allik

11th May 19:00 – 21:00 @MachinesRoom
Sound synthesis and interactive algorithmic composition with machine learning. BOOK HERE (£30)

 

SuperCollider with Holger Ballweg

8th June 19:00 – 21:00 @MachinesRoom
Collaborative live coding. BOOK HERE (£30)

 

SuperCollider with Les Hutchins

13th July 19:00 – 21:00 @MachinesRoom
Using SuperCollider for installations. Raspberry Pi, recovering from crashes, and interacting with physical devices. BOOK HERE (£30)

 


SuperCollider is an incredibly powerful, open-source, cross-platform, audio engine and programming language, used not only to create music, but also for machine listening, audio/music reactive installations, performance, interactive systems, research, live-coding and much more.

You will need your own computer (OSX / Windows/ Linux), and a pair of headphones.

This workshop is part of #SoundUnfolded and will be the first of a series of software sessions taking place in the Machines Room classroom.

For any questions please email workshops@musichackspace.org

“Sound Unfolded brings together action-based ideas about sound. It proposes an exploration of the relationships we can establish with sound through the act of making. To patch, to code, to reveal, to sonify. This is a workshop series about modular synths, audio synthesis, the electromagnetic spectrum, the transmission of sound and the digital.”

#SoundUnfolded 2016 is a workshop series curated by Susanna Garcia.

For any queries please contact workshops@musichackspace.org

 

This programme is supported using public funding by Arts Council England.

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