Synthesis workshop with modulars

On the weekend of July 1st and 2nd, the Cordoba sound designer José Angel Cabrera will be giving his Workshop of Synthesis with Modular at Befaco’s workshop in Hangar.

The course is mainly intended for holders of a modular synthesizer who want to maximize the capabilities of their system. It will also be of great help to any musician or sound experimenter who is curious about the operation of these machines.

The workshop will be divided into two four-hour thematic blocks that will progressively cover different concepts about sound synthesis and its realization in a modular synthesizer. Each block will occupy a day of the weekend and the registration in the same can be done individually (if only one is wanted) or jointly.

As a complement to the teaching days, each block includes a practical afternoon session in which students will be able to bring their own synthesizers to implement everything discussed in the classes and resolve doubts.

The price is € 80 for the full course and € 50 for a single day.

Schedule: from 10:30 to 14:30 and from 16:30 to 20:30.

More information and inscriptions: befacosynth(at)

About the teacher: José Ángel Cabrera Jiménez is a Cordoba sound designer with more than eight years of experience in the world of musical electronics and synthesizers. He studied at Sound in the I.E.S Ángel de Saavedra while working as a technician for bands and local radios. With only nineteen years he got his first analog synthesizer: a Crumar Stratus, a fact that diverted the course of his professional career to what is today his vocation: sound design. In the years following his graduation he continued to train in the different disciplines of audio, with special emphasis on all methods of sound synthesis and Foley. Beyond the strictly sonic scope, it is possible to emphasize its participation like member of the staff of the digital magazine Crypta Mag, for which it has written numerous articles dedicated to the musical technology and its history. At present, he is preparing his first long-term work under the pseudonym 101 while at the same time working on various projects and workshops dedicated to sound experimentation and modular synthesis.


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