On Sunday, January 21st from 1 to 3 p.m. we’re hosting a workshop on the audio synthesis program SuperCollider, led by William Hazard.
This workshop assumes no prior knowledge of SuperCollider, computer music, or coding generally. Beginners as well as seasoned SuperCollider pros are completely welcome — we’ll meet where we’re at and work from there. To start, we’ll introduce SuperCollider and go over what it is, a bit about how it works, and why we might want to use it. From there, we’ll get SuperCollider up and running on our Linux, MacOS, or Windows machines, and we’ll dive right into making some sounds. By the end of the workshop, you’ll have created your own software synthesizer in SuperCollider, and you’ll be able to play it and record the sounds you make.