This 4 day intensive workshop touched on various topics dealing with Spatialization and Diffusion of computer music, with a focus on using Free Software tools and software. It took place on November 10-13 2014 at the Electracoustic Music Studio in Montevideo, Uruguay, organized by Luis Jure.
Another instance of the SuperCollider 101 Summer Workshop, taught together wiht Bruno Ruviaro. Spearheaded by Bruno we instituted, for the first time, a scholarship for Women in Computer Music, to try to address the gender imbalance in this field of research and production. This year we sponsored 4 full time and one 1/2 time students.
SuperCollider 101 Summer Workshop, taught together wiht Bruno Ruviaro.
Taught together with Bruno Ruviaro, this five-day intensive workshop welcomed participants of any discipline with or without prior programming or musical experience. The class was aimed at musicians, composers, researchers, sound artists, programmers, and all computer & electronic music enthusiasts interested in learning more about SuperCollider.
Four intensive classes on Spatial Sound using SuperCollider. Theory, practice, musical examples played in a ring of 8 speakers (web site for the course hosted at CCRMA. November 2/4, 8/10 2010
Guest professor at TU Berlin's Electronic Music Studio, Berlin, Germany, Summer 2008. Taught the following courses:
Two week intensive workshop taught in spanish together with Juan Pablo Cáceres in LIM, Guanaguato, México
One week summer workshop taught with Juan Pampin
Two week summer workshop taught with Rick Taube, Tobias Kunze, Jonathan Norton and Nicky Hind
Two week summer workshop taught with Rick Taube, Tobias Kunze and Nicky Hind
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