[NetBehaviour] MzTEK Women's SuperCollider for Beginners workshop - this Saturday!

Emilie Giles emilie.giles at mztek.org
Thu Sep 13 10:28:00 CEST 2012


MzTEK Creative Technology Workshops for Women.

SuperCollider for Beginners workshop:

http://www.mztek.org/2012/08/supercollider-workshop-for-beginners/

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SuperCollider is an environment and programming language for creating real
time audio compositions. It is open source and is used by lots of different
people working with sound including musicians, scientists and artists. It
is an efficient and expressive dynamic programming language providing a
framework for algorithmic music and interactive programming.

A Beginners guide to SuperCollider guides you through the basics with a
series of creative tasks culminating in writing a short composition. By the
end of the workshop you should have the skills to begin to design your own
creative projects with the programme. During the day you will learn how to
work with the programme, from creating basic sounds and controlling them,
to using synthesis techniques and making more complex patterns, and finally
scheduling events and arranging a short piece.

The workshop will be lead by Birmingham based composer Shelly Knotts, who
is an expert in instrumental, electroacoustic and live electronic music.
Shelly is a member of the sound art collective SOUNDkitchen. You can listen
to her work on Soundcloud:

http://soundcloud.com/shelly-knotts

*When: *Saturday 15th September ’2012, 11am – 5pm

*Where: *SPACE, 129 - 131 Mare Street, London, E8 3RH.

*Cost: *£25 + £1 booking fee

To sign up, please go to:

https://mztek.eventwax.com/supercollider-for-beginners-/register

*Please note that this workshop is for women only.*

If you have any queries, please contact us on info at mztek.org.


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Emilie Giles

MzTEK
www.mztek.org
+44 (0)7811 305 647
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