Since the beginnings of musique concrète, the use of recordings has been one of the most immediate ways to obtain new sounds in electronic music. At the same time, the stiffness of fixed sound has forced a change in traditional strategies for music creation. In the digital domain, several sound processing techniques catalyze the dialog with the sonic material.
This workshop is presented as an introduction to the programming environment SuperCollider, with a focus on obtaining, manipulating and destroying audio as a musical practice. The ease in obtaining complex sounds encourages experimentation and learning.
Tutor: Gerard Roma
Friday 20.12.2012, 18:00-22:00h
Saturday 21.12.2012, 16:00-20:30h
Sunday 22.12.2012, 16:00-20:30h