Audio: from real time to the studio and back again Video: record, generate, perform
05
Aug
2007
09
Aug
2007
Whether for ethical, economical or technical reasons more and more digital artists are using, or interested in using, free software in their work. And this is despite the serious lack of specific training in the field. LABoral Centre for Art and Creative Industries in collaboration with Hangar, proposes a series of workshops for all artists interested in learning to work with free software. Hangar is a visual arts production centre from Barcelona and has over five years experience working with free software in a creative environment. Taken together, the three workshops provide a complete toolkit for the artist wanting to working with interactive audiovisual environments.
Workshop. Image: LABoral
Audio: from real time to the studio and back again Hardware: Arduino and open electronic
19
Jan
2007
23
Jan
2007
Whether for ethical, economical or technical reasons more and more digital artists are using, or interested in using, free software in their work. And this is despite the serious lack of specific training in the field. LABoral Centre for Art and Creative Industries in collaboration with Hangar, proposes a series of workshops for all artists interested in learning to work with free software. Hangar is a visual arts production centre from Barcelona and has over five years experience working with free software in a creative environment. Taken together, the three workshops provide a complete toolkit for the artist wanting to working with interactive audiovisual environments.
Workshop. Image: LABoral
Audio: from real time to the studio and back again
12
Aug
2007
16
Aug
2007
Whether for ethical, economical or technical reasons more and more digital artists are using, or interested in using, free software in their work. And this is despite the serious lack of specific training in the field. LABoral Centre for Art and Creative Industries in collaboration with Hangar, proposes a series of workshops for all artists interested in learning to work with free software. Hangar is a visual arts production centre from Barcelona and has over five years experience working with free software in a creative environment. Taken together, the three workshops provide a complete toolkit for the artist wanting to working with interactive audiovisual environments.
Workshop. Image: LABoral

Audio: from real time to the studio and back again

Whether for ethical, economical or technical reasons more and more digital artists are using, or interested in using, free software in their work. And this is despite the serious lack of specific training in the field. LABoral Centre for Art and Creative Industries in collaboration with Hangar, proposes a series of workshops for all artists interested in learning to work with free software. Hangar is a visual arts production centre from Barcelona and has over five years experience working with free software in a creative environment. Taken together, the three workshops provide a complete toolkit for the artist wanting to working with interactive audiovisual environments.

13
Aug
2007
17
Aug
2007
Venue: LABoral
Audio: from real time to the studio and back again

Workshop. Image: LABoral

This workshop will combine live audio performance and generation with the skills required to record and mix tracks. In addition, the workshop will cover interaction with audio, based on methods like pitch tracking and beat detection.


Participants will learn to create programmes (patches) for audio generation and performance using Pure Data (PD), a real-time graphical programming environment for audio, video, and graphical processing.They will also learn the basics of the audio studio in Linux – multitrack recording and mixing using Ardour and Rosegarden. These are robust free alternatives to commercial programmes such as ProTools. The workshop is for beginners as well as experienced users.


Lecturers

Yvez Degoyon is a musician, mapmaker and PD coder. He is the author of the PiDiP video objects for PD as well as many other useful objects. http://ydegoyon.free.fr/software.html

Lluis Carbonell is a musician and co-founder of http://costellam.net. He is a member of the dark-hop group Acoprova, producer of Jalea Real and co-producer of the soundtrack for the film El Taxista Full. He investigates new configurations to optimise the low latency linux kernel.

Time: from 4 to 9 pm.

 

 

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