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Making Interactive Sound

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Saturday, 6 April 2013 at 11:00 - Saturday, 27 April 2013 at 17:00 (BST)

Making Interactive Sound

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Full 3 Days Ended £188.00 £0.00
1 Day Processing Ended £69.00 £0.00
1 Day Arduino Ended £69.00 £0.00
1 Day Connecting Everything Ended £69.00 £0.00
Full 3 Days Concession   more info Ended £162.00 £0.00
1 Day Processing Concession   more info Ended £62.00 £0.00
1 Day Arduino Concession   more info Ended £62.00 £0.00
1 Day Connecting Everything Concession Ended £62.00 £0.00

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This course will show you how to interface sound, visuals and real-wold physical movements and gestures to create interactive multimedia installations, tools for live music performance or just new ways to make and interact with sound. You can "pick 'n' mix" from the different days or sign up for all four at a discounted rate.

*****This day has been cancelled Day 1 (6 April) will introduce the interactive music environment Max/MSP.*******
Day 2 (13 April) will introduce the programming language and environment Processing.
Day 3 (20 April) will cover hardware sensors along with the microcontroller environment Arduino.
Day 4 (27 April) will demonstrate how these tools can be made to communicate to create a sonic, visual interactive system that responds to real-world movements and gestures.

See learning.codasign for the course material.

Requirements: You will need a laptop though we can provide a limited number of machines upon request.

You can register for the whole workshop or sign up for individual days that interest you...


*******This day has been cancelled*******

Day 1: Introduction to Max/MSP 6

Saturday 4th April, 11am-5pm
Level: Beginner
Requirements: Computers with Max 6 will be provided, or attendees can bring their own.

An introduction to the interactive music environment Max/MSP. Attendees will learn how to create customisable interactive music programs to generate soundscapes, record new material or sequence MIDI notes in time.

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Day 2: (11am-5pm): An Introduction to Processing

Saturday 13th April, 11am-5pm
Level: Beginner
Requirements: Computers with Processing installed will be provided, or attendees can bring their own.

An introduction to the “electronic sketchbook” language Processing. Attendees will learn how to use basic software techniques to create simple graphical interactive programs, manipulating graphics, images and video.


Day 3: Sensors for Sound Control - an introduction to Arduino for music

Saturday 20th April, 11am-5pm
Level: Beginner
Requirements: Computers with the Arduino environment will be provided, or attendees can bring their own. All hardware and components will be provided.

An introduction to the Arduino platform and connecting sensors that detect sound, light and pressure. 

 

Day 4: Interfacing Max, Processing and Arduino

Saturday 27th April, 11am-5pm
Level: Some experience with Max, Processing & Arduino; the previous sessions will have taught you everything you need to know.
Requirements: Computers will be provided, or attendees can bring their own. Arduinos can be borrowed upon request.

Attendees will learn how to make Max/MSP, Processing and Arduino communicate - allowing them to link graphics to sound generations and physical inputs via sensors.

 

Do you have questions about Making Interactive Sound? Contact Codasign

When & Where


SPACE Studios
129-131 Mare St
E8 3RH London
United Kingdom

Saturday, 6 April 2013 at 11:00 - Saturday, 27 April 2013 at 17:00 (BST)


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Codasign

Codasign leads workshops on interactive technology and programming for art and design projects.  All teaching material can be found at learning.codasign.com and all workshop instructors are practicing artists or technologists as well as experienced teachers.

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