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Open Patching Circle NYC - PD & Max/MSP/Jitter Patching Community

  • Location:
    Tisch School of the Arts - ITP, 721 Broadway, 4th Floor, Room 50, Manhattan, New York, 10003, US

*Thursday, July 31*
*Room 50*

This month's Patching Circle will feature Tommy Martinez who will demonstrate his MSP audio setup involving granular synthesis, convolution reverb and foot controllers as well as discussing live instrument processing and laptop embodiment. Also featured will be Robert Ramirez who will take us through the patcher internals and techniques he uses in Jitter to create video puppets for live performance and installation.

Rob is an artist, DJ, and programmer, employed by Cycling '74 as a Jitter engineer. You can see Rob's work here: https://vimeo.com/65325949

Tommy Martinez is NYC based guitarist, artist, and programmer from Los Angeles, CA. You can see Tommy's work here: thomasjohnmartinez.com

For those of you who can not attend the Patching Circle, we will be experimenting with streaming, you will be able to watch the stream and chat (through Facebook so remember to set the posting to "only me") here:

The New York City Patching Circle is an free alternating monthly meeting and salon open to anyone who is working or interested in media programming and audiovisual performance. We mostly use Pd and Max/MSP, but all are welcome.

Beginners and Experienced welcome. Open to everyone, students, the public, unicorns. Work on personal projects, professional projects, school projects, ask for help, help others, or just patch quietly to yourself in a room full of other people patching patches and helping other people patch.

Each month there will be informal salon, featuring demonstrations of projects, performances and systems in the process of being built. The format will include short performances, artist talks about process and performance techniques and Q&A depending on time availability. The salon is openly curated with the intent of being as inclusive as possible and participation is open all practitioners working in realtime media.

Sofy Yuditskaya+Matt Romein