[microsound-announce] Inerfacing with the Vortex Workshop in London: Interactive Granular Synthesis
marinos at agxivatein.com
Wed Jun 20 06:12:31 EDT 2012
Interfacing with the Vortex: Interactive Granular Synthesis with SuperCollider, Arduino and Miscellaneous Sensors | Lead by Marinos Koutsomichalis
THURSDAY 05 July | 7-9pm & FRIDAY 06 July | 7-9pm & SATURDAY 07 July | 12:30-5:30pm | SOUND//SPACE Project Space
£60 (excludes materials)/£100 (includes materials)
bookings here: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/165751
This workshop will focus on granular synthesis and live interaction with sensors using the SuperCollider programming environment and the Arduino electronics prototyping platform. After an introduction to the software/hardware involved. Participants will be guided into using miscellaneous sensors to interface with their own granular synthesis algorithm and start working on their own interactive pieces.
No further programming or other experienced is assumed. It is essential that you bring your own laptop and a pair of headphones.
IF YOU CHOSE TO BRING YOUR OWN MATERIALS YOU WILL NEED:
an arduino board; a breadboard; jumpers; resistors; and whatever analogue sensor interest you: accelerometer; thermistors; photo-resistors; piezo-transducers; soft-pots; flex; tilt, etc.
Active internationally in both academic and non academic milieus, Marinos Koutsomichalis is being working as an artist since the mid ’00s using primarily sound and occasionally a variety of other mediums. He has released albums in several labels and he regularly exhibits his work throughout the world. He has worked as a resident artists in various research centres and institutions in Europe and has lectured at the Technical University of Crete and at the Centre of Contemporary Music Research (KSYME). He has collaborated with Z’EV, Francisco Lopez, Robin McGinley, Marc Behrens, Kasper T. Toeplitz and others in various projects. He is pursuing his PhD in the University of York under the supervision of Dr Tony Myatt.
Marinos Koutsomichalis, Artist
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