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Workshop on Audiovisuals [de Berlin]

strain-mff-02-small.jpg [spectre] xxxxx_micro_research workshops: A new series of workshops at xxxxx_micro_research [Berlin], an independent research centre focusing on the expanded construction and experience of free software and open hardware :: March 7, 2009: Audiovisuals with SuperCollider [with Fredrik Olofsson] :: xxxxx_micro_research, pickledfeet, Linienstrasse 54, Berlin 10119.

March 7; 2:00 pm: Audiovisuals with SuperCollider [with Fredrik Olofsson] ::syn-er-gy | noun | the interaction or cooperation of two or more organizations, substances, or other agents to produce a combined effect greater than the sum of their separate effects. [OED] — A one-day workshop in which we explore synergies in the form of very direct and one-to-one relationships or mappings between sound and image. The claim is that your music will turn out completely different as you cross map with visual elements. And vice versa: your graphics will look different as you code them to sound better. Audiovisual mapping is a treasure chest of inspiration for control, generation, organisation and systemisation of sounds. We will be using the free software SuperCollider and, as a springboard, the article ‘Audiovisuals with SC’ (http://www.fredrikolofsson.com/f0blog/?q=node/316). You will learn how to make up your own synergies.

Intermediate level – some familiarity with SuperCollider required. You should at the least know how to run and modify code examples. What to bring:

1) Laptop running Linux, OS X or Windows
2) SuperCollider 3 installed (version 3.2 or later): download
3) Headphones
4) 10 Euros participation fee [including food]

Fredrik Olofsson, aka. redFrik, is a musician, video artist and developer who also sometimes performs tricks with visuals and electronics. Olofsson is educated in music composition at the Royal Music Academy in Stockholm and at the Music College in Piteå. He develops software for web-jamming and interactive installations. He is an active developer in SuperCollider and Max/MSP communities. He also fiddles with electronics, creates algorithmic dance music, where rhythm, melody, sound and form change with every playback, tries to do live-coding on stage (www.toplap.org) and sometimes plays noise music in the duo ABB. See: klippav.org and musicalfieldsforever.

Background: Workshops led by field-expert practitioners extend over realms of code and embedded code, environmental code, noise, transmission and reception, and electromysticism. Workshops solely utilise free software and GNU toolbase.

Forthcoming matter: software radio, hydrogen line, micro-cuisine, kitchen sink chemistry, Kicad, EEG, fiction generation, thoughtography, microcontroller hacking, python coding.


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