We have a really great line up of workshops this summer at Stanford's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics.
The list is located below and you can find more information here:
If you have any questions about any of the workshops, please don't hesitate to contact me.
CCRMA SUMMER WORKSHOPS
The Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics offers intensive programs where top educators and researchers from the fields of music, engineering, and computer science will present a detailed study of specialized subjects. Each workshop is one week long. The worxkshops are open to the public. Each day begins at 9:00 am and ends at 5:00 pm
6/18 - 6/22 Sound Art Installation: Sasha Leitman and Elaine Buckholdz
Acoustic. Electronic. Analog. Digital. Interactive. Sound. Art. Installation.
6/25 - 6/29 Intelligent Audio Systems: Jay LeBeouf
Foundations and Applications of Music Information Retrieval.
7/9 - 7/13 SuperCollider: Fernando Lopez Lezcano and Bruno Ruviaro
Discover one of the most powerful programming environments for real time sound synthesis and processing, algorithmic & generative composition.
7/16 - 7/20 New Music Controllers: Ed Berdahl and Wendy Ju
Construct novel musical instruments and sound art objects using open-source, open-hard- ware platform, leveraging the power of Arduino and the Beagle Board xM
7/23 - 7/27 Stompbox Design: Edgar Berdahl and Esteban Maestre
Come design your own flavor of audio effect at our Stompbox Design workshop
7/30 - 8/3 Building Audio control interfaces for Android: Lawrence Fyfe and Adam Tindale
Develop sound and music control applications.
8/6 - 8/10 Network Sound and Data: Juan Pablo Carceres and Carr Wilkerson
A practical introduction to network based technologies used for artistic purposes.
8/13 - 8/17 iOS Music & Mobile Computing: Spencer Salazar and Mark Cerqueira
Explore the potential for music creation, performance, and experience on increasingly per- vasive mobile computing platforms, such as smartphones and tablet computers.
8/27 - 8/31 Perceptual Audio Coding: Marina Bosi and Rich Goldberg
This workshop integrates digital signal processing, psychoacoustics, and programming to provide the basis for understanding and building perceptual audio coding systems.
8/27 - 9/1 3D Printing for Acoustics : John Granzow and Marlo Kohn
A 3D printing workshop where participants will join a group of noisemakers who print their own mini-instruments (in collaboration with Product Realization Lab.
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