Instructor: Hugo Paris
Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019, 6pm - 9pm
Wednesday, April 10th, 2019, 6pm - 9pm
In this workshop, you will be invited to integrate a small design team with other students. You will be taking a software instrument from concept to completion using pre-existing Pure Data (PD) building blocks. Physical controls are selected and carefully mapped by design-teams to maximize workflow in the context collaborative performances from a single software instrument. Teams will be invited to describe their design, and collaboratively showcase their instrument in a fun learning environment. Engaging collaborative musical experiences encourage to explore the inner workings of the provided macro-modules. Acquired skills and software tools enable to further develop own designs. Further control options will be explored in the Sensing the World with Pure Data workshop.
A desire to integrate fun team environment to make own instrument design and perform with it
Intro to audio synthesis with Pure Data - or equivalent knowledge
Design-thinking / experimentation applied to musical instrument design
Creative Teamwork / Group - Performance / Collaborative problem solving
Project management (small scale)
Physical control interface design: controller(s), mapping
Creative coding and audio algorithms using the Pure Data environment and an object-oriented approach.
Understanding of provided Pure Data building blocks to further develop own instrument
Polyphonic Collaborative Software Instrument
MultiTimbral sample player drum machine
Midi controls mapped to optimize collaborative performances.
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