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This workshop is organized by Research Axis 4 [Expanded Musical Practice].

What
  • Research Workshop
When Feb 17, 2016
from 04:30 PM to 07:00 PM
Where room A832/833, Elizabeth Wirth Music Building, 527 Sherbrooke St. West.
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CIRMMT Research Workshop organized by Shawn Mativetsky, David Ogborn, and Robert Hasegawa (Research Axis 4—Expanded Musical Practice). Free and open to all.  

Registration

No registration is required for this event

Description

Live coding artist-researcher and Cybernetic Orchestra director David Ogborn (McMaster University) will present a personal view of the possibilities and challenges of code as a musical interface. The talk will be punctuated by demonstrations of live coding practice, using the freely available audio programming environments Tidal, SuperCollider and extramuros. Attendees are invited to bring their WiFi-equipped laptops as there will be a chance to try out collaborative live coding together.

Related Event

This research workshop will be followed, on Feb 18th, by the live concert Very Long Cat, featuring Shawn Mativetsky and David Ogborn.

VeryLongCat1[photo credit: Caroline Tabah]

 

 

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