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Monday, May 15 • 08:15 - 16:00
(ALL DAY) Designing Raspberry Pi NIMEs (workshop-performance)

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Raspberry Pi Orchestra’s focus is on offering a malleable and affordable platform for the exploration of both musical instrument building and musicianship. The following proposal is comprised of two components: a workshop and a performance. Participants in a day-long workshop will be given an opportunity to learn about the hardware setup, various approaches to sensing user input, instrument design using Pd-L2Ork (a fork of Pure-Data and Pd-Extended), and efficient approaches to communicating musical score. A select group of participants (up to 6) will be also given an opportunity to partake in the performance consisting of two compositions: an arrangement of Brian Eno’s “An Ending (Ascent)” for the Raspberry Pi Orchestra, and a new improvisatory piece devised as part of the latter half of the workshop.

Participants need to bring their own laptops with an ethernet port, an ethernet cable, and headphones/earbuds. Lastly, they are encouraged to bring their own Raspberry Pi if they have one with Raspbian pre-installed


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Ivica Ico Bukvic

Associate Professor (School of Performing Arts) and Senior Fellow (Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology), Virginia Tech, ICAT, L2Ork, DISIS
The work of multimodal researcher and artist Ivica Ico Bukvic is driven by ubiquitous interactivity. Bukvic’s output encompasses aural, visual, acoustic, electronic, performances, installations, technologies, research publications, presentations, grants, patent disclosures, and... Read More →

Monday May 15, 2017 08:15 - 16:00
Aalborg University Copenhagen A.C. Meyers Vaenge 15

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