Jon Arkin Online Workshop: Electro-Acoustic Concepts for the Improvising Musician
May 1 @ 1:00 pm$45 – $60
In the modern musical environment, software-based music is no longer confined by the bounds of pop, dance, and experimental genres—it is increasingly becoming a standard tool for all kinds of musicians who want to expand their sonic palette, and enhance (rather than replace) the possibilities of their acoustic instruments. In this workshop, Jon Arkin demonstrates & discusses electro-acoustic concepts for the improvising musician, including an introduction to Pure Data (an open source graphical programming language designed for musicians), and an overview of how to keep musical usability as the focus of one’s venture into the ever-expanding world of music technology. Open to all.
To register, follow this link to the CJC’s website.
Please note: All Listed Classes and Workshops are Pacific Time. This course will be conducted live via video conferencing. A computer or other device with a webcam and microphone and a reliable internet connection is required. Log-in information will be sent to students before the first class meeting! Save money by signing up for workshops in advance! The cost of the workshop goes up by $15 on the day of the event.