SuperCollider is an open source framework for audio synthesis and algorithmic composition. It’s one of the most popular and widely used programming environments for sound work and is available for free for all platforms – it can even be embedded on micro computers like the Raspberry Pi and Bela.
SuperCollider is useful for many things: Algorithmic composition, generative music, all things computer music, livecode performances, in conjunction with microcontrollers and sensors, for installation work, multi channel work, dsp, research, ambisonics or simply sound hacking.
At these meetups, SuperCollider users of all skill levels get together to share ideas, frustrations, help each other and show off projects and workflows in an inspiring and friendly way.
ABOUT THE HOST
The SuperCollider meetups are hosted by Eirik Blekesaune (NO)
Erik Blekesaune (he/him) is a multi-disciplinary artist and computer programmer based in Trondheim, Norway. He works with various artistic disciplines such as experimental music, contemporary performance art and theatre, dance performance, and installation art.
He has been a part of the artistic leadership of the internationally acclaimed performance art group Verdensteatret where he worked with creating sound and electromechanical sculptures, programming computer systems for multimedia, digital musical instruments design.
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