Have you ever wanted to make music with a computer? Or learn more about programming in a fun way? This workshop will introduce you to the process of making music with a computer using Supercollider, an open source music programming language used by composers, audio researchers and programmers around the world.
By the end of this workshop, you will have a basic understanding of some programming concepts as they apply to music (variables, loops, etc), and you’ll gain a new appreciation of making music through computers!
No experience is needed in either music or programming, but an interest in either one or both is great! Laptops can be provided if needed.
About the Presenter: Rod O’Connor is a current graduate student in the MSIS program, and has a BA in experimental computer music from Wesleyan University.