ADDICTED2RANDOM: Workshop 1000 Years of Control by Theo Burt

This workshop will provide an introduction to sound synthesis and the creation of autonomous and interactive music systems. The workshop will examine what happens when we return to the sounds of classic subtractive and FM synthesis but subsitute the common MIDI interface (which is structured around traditional Western notions of music) for an alternative system. While there will still be control over the basic parameters of synthesis, this new approach will change the way we create and structure the music and lead us towards new aesthetic outcomes. The workshop will combine the use of the open source software Pure Data with new software created specifically for this workshop.

Concepts:
Autonomous, generative composition and sound synthesis
New interfaces to structuring sound in reaction to traditional Western musical notions
Examining the interactions between the artist, the technology used and musical aesthetics
Level: Beginners. Although some familiarity with sound synthesis is welcome, no previous programming experience or knowledge of PureData is required.

Tutor: Theo Burt
Theo Burt (b.1979, Falmouth, UK) works with computer sound, video and light, drawing on the perceptual relationships between sound and image and exploring the aesthetic application of technology.

Dates:
Monday 20.05.2013, 18:30-21:30h
Wednesday 22.05.2013, 18:30-21:30h
Thursday 23.05.2013, 18:00-22:00h
Monday 27.05.2013, 18:30-21:30h
Wednesday 29.05.2013, 18:30-21:30h
Thursday 30.05.2013, 18:00-22:00h Theo Burt
Theo Burt (b.1979, Falmouth, UK) works with computer sound, video and light, drawing on the perceptual relationships between sound and image and exploring the aesthetic application of technology.

Dates:
Monday 20.05.2013, 18:30-21:30h
Wednesday 22.05.2013, 18:30-21:30h
Thursday 23.05.2013, 18:00-22:00h
Monday 27.05.2013, 18:30-21:30h
Wednesday 29.05.2013, 18:30-21:30h
Thursday 30.05.2013, 18:00-22:00h

Cost
Free

Language
English

For registration contact: info@lullcec.org

This workshop is part of the project Addicted2random funded by:

comissioeuropea

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