Join Jason Levine, computational artist and musician, in an exploration of live coded music. Learn about Levine’s process and create your own improvised algorithmic composition during this special, one-time workshop.
Students will learn how to use the Extempore live coding language to synthesize sounds and create rhythmic and melodic patterns. Students will be encouraged to experiment with using code in an improvisational or artisanal mode in contrast to the traditional problem-solving mentality associated with coding.
Attendees must have prior coding experience and will need to bring their own headphones. Participants who are not able to bring a laptop computer can use one on loan, with advance notice provided. Includes dinner.
Limited to 20 participants. Pre-registration required.
$10/person (includes dinner).
Also join us for Combining Livecoding and Real-time Software for Musical Improvisation on April 10.