Bay Area Computer Music Technology Group - Hack Session Weds April 16th, SF

From: Noah T.
Sent on: Tuesday, April 15, 2008 8:21 PM
Hi Makers,

Some of you may be interested in this...

Computer Music Hack Session
With the Bay Area Computer Music Technology Group (BARCMUT)
Wednesday, April 16, 2008 @ 6:30 PM (Tomorrow)
Citizen Space, 425 Second St. #300, San Francisco , CA 94107
RSVP here to let us know you are coming:
http://electronic...­

Come hack on computer music technology projects. A broad range of 
technologies and project types are welcome. This is a hands on event. 
Bring your project, laptop, and/or hardware. We will be meeting at 
Citizen Space between 6:30 and 9:30:
http://citizenspa...­

Hack session project ideas:
* OSC Projects (Tim Thompson's OSCopus's Garden - networked audio 
application development)
* Ruby audio API projects
* Max/MSP Projects
* Laptop performance projects (foreshadowing for the Laptop Orchestra of 
the Left coast)
* Maker Faire prep
* Your project you want community collaboration or input on here
* Your audio controller project or installation here

There are a number of Bay Area Computer Music Technology Group events 
coming up:

* Stanford Laptop Orchestra Concert: Sonic SLOrk Sculptures (Sat Apr 26, 
3:00 PM)
* Computer Music Hack Session (Sun April 27th, 1:00PM)
* Stanford Laptop Orchestra Premiere - Live Networked Concert with 
Beijing (Tue Apr 29, 8:00 PM)	
* May Bay Area Computer Music Technology Meetup @ Stanford CCRMA (Thu 
May 1, 7:30PM )
* Bay Area Computer Music Technology Group at Maker Faire (Sat - Sun, 
May 3 - 4)
* Sunday Workshop @ UCSC with David Cope and Peter Elsea (Sun, May 11)

Details for these events are here:
http://electronic...­

All the best,
Noah Thorp
Bay Area Computer Music Technology Group Organizer

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