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Introduction to Pure Data Class: Oscillators, Filters and Sampling

Who: Instructed by Chris.
What: Pure Data Class
When: Saturday, October 27, 2012. From 1pm-3pm.
Where: Solid State Depot 5311 Western Ave, Suite 115, Boulder, CO
Why: To prove that Pd's not as complicated as it looks!

Cost: Free for members, $10 for non-members.

Pure Data (Pd) is a visual programming environment for generating, processing, and manipulating audio. With Pd, you can design your own synthesizer, build custom effects for your guitar, or compose music algorithmically. This workshop will introduce the basic concepts of working with audio in Pd, with a focus on oscillators, filters and sampling. No experience necessary. We’ll start with a group install; Pd is free and open source software.

What to Bring:

-A Laptop (Windows, Mac, or Linux)
-> If you can install Pd before the workshop, that will save some time. What you want is pd-extended (http://puredata.info/downloads/pd-extended)
-Headphones
-MIDI controller (optional)

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  • Chris C.

    Thanks everyone for coming to the workshop! I just wanted to follow up by pointing you to some Pd resources that I've put on my website. Go to:

    http://www.chronopoulos.net/code/

    where you can grab the slides from Saturday's presentation, and a bunch of my commonly used abstractions that I mentioned as well (fmsynth, sampler, timewarp).

    Happy patching!

    October 30, 2012

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