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Online SuperCollider meetup february

Dato: februar 24
Tid 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
SuperCollider meetup
Meeting ID: 974 3258 0111
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 eachother and show off projects and workflows in an inspiring and friendly way.
If you have any questions about the SuperCollider meetups, contact Mads Kjeldgaard at


The SuperCollider meetups are hosted by Marije Baalman (NL) and Scott Carver (DE/US).

Marije Baalman is an artist and researcher/developer working in the field of interactive sound art. In her artistic work she is interested in the realtime components of the work, in that nothing is precomposed as such, but rather the (mostly, but not exclusively) sonic output depends on realtime interactions, be it of the performer, or of the audience. Thus composition becomes more the composing of behaviours and interaction modalities, creating processes, rather than fixed sound tracks. This is expressed with tools such as physical computing (performance interfaces and/or installations), livecoding (both as a skill, as well as a performance interface), digital and analog sound processing, and improvisation. Her current research goes into the use of wireless networks for live performance (such as dance and music), installations and interactive environments. In particular she is interested in creating participative events and currently researching different methods for doing so. To realise her works she mostly uses open source technology (software and hardware) and she is an active contributor to the open source community.
Scott Carver (he/him) is a programmer and sound artist living in Berlin. He has been a user of, and occasional contributor to SuperCollider for the last 15 years. In addition to his own music work, he has collaborated with other artists to realize large-scale sound art and performance works for institutions like Eurokaz, MOMA New York, International Music Institute Darmstadt, and most recently with Dan Bodan at Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin. He has worked as a software engineer on both audio and video products at Adobe, and currently works at Native Instruments.


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