Capacity Please note capacity for this workshop is extremely limited! It is also possible to drop-in for a few hours.
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Description In this two hour, beginner-friendly & drop in-friendly workshop, Lil Data will teach you the basics of live coding music - making music with code in real-time - using the browser-based tool Only a laptop, headphones and enthusiasm are required! By the end of the workshop, you will have an understanding of how to write patterns of sounds, notes, samples, synths, audio effects and more. Once everyone has grasped the basics, we will use Strudel to live code EMS’ spatial audio systems and modular synthesizers!

What to bring Laptop, charger and headphones

Location Conference Room & Studio 4, Elektronmusikstudion EMS
Söder Mälarstrand 61, 118 25 Stockholm

Date and Time 14:00-18:00, Tuesday 16 April

Contact & Bio +345 779 8943

I am a postdoctoral research fellow at the Intelligent Instruments Lab. I have a doctorate in Media and Arts Technologies from Queen Mary University of London, where I studied in Prof. Andrew McPherson's Augmented Instruments Lab. During my PhD I was a Visiting Scholar at Georgia Tech under Prof. Jason Freeman. Before then, I was a Research Engineer at ROLI after graduating with a BSc in Music, Multimedia & Electronics from the University of Leeds. My research interests include embodied interaction, craft practice and design cognition. I also produce, perform and live code music as Lil Data, as part of the PC Music record label.


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