[microsound-announce] Workshop in Paris, France on GRM Tools v. 3.2 (early February)

J. Loup Killian jlk.list at gmail.com
Wed Jan 25 08:03:51 EST 2012

Dear all,

Our association, KM Pantin, organizes in early February a course focused on the new version 3.2 of the GRM Tools.
This workshop will be led by a specialist in these prestigious tools, actually one of those who participated most actively in the development of this version 3.

This training will be held on Saturday 4 and Sunday, February 5th in France, near Paris, in the auditorium of the Electroacoustic Studio of Pantin (93).
Note that a first course in late January will welcome famous people in the world of electroacoustic composition (Beatriz Ferreyra, Régis Renouard Larivière, Roger Cochini ...) and some renowned French sound engineers and sound designers (Christophe Héral, for instance ...).

If you are interested in this training, we recommend you register now, as the number of participants is limited to 20 maximum. Thank you in this case to return, *before January 28* and by post, the registration form, downloadable from our website.

At the end of the course - thanks to the generous support of the Ina-GRM - the Complete version of the GRM Tools will be offered to each participant with a 50% reduction.
We think one of the interests of this training will concern all the training that will be done around the three new plug-ins: Evolution, Fusion and Grinder, who are very different from the spirit of the old bundles of the GRM Tools.

You can check in detail all the information on our website: www.kmpantin.org.
And for any additional information on this course, thank you to write us at km.pantin [at] gmail.com.

We hope you will be present at our training!
Otherwise, if you know of people in your relations that would be interested, we would very much appreciate if you advise them of this workshop :)

Thank you for your attention.
We hope to see you soon,

Jean Loup Killian
KM Pantin
j.loup.killian [at] gmail.com

"The idea is to produce things that are as strange and mysterious to you as the first music you ever heard." - Brian Eno
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