Algoraving: live coding beats

October 27th 10:45 to 4pm please email e.d.dobson@hud.ac.uk to book a place.

In this workshop you will learn to write computer code that creates dance music live while it is playing!
You will:
–       learn the principles of programming music
–       learn computer coding for building beats and sustained textures
–       learn about the range of music coding languages and resources for subsequent learning
–       develop your confidence for coding with an audience
–       build confidence for live improvised performance
To learn more about using computer code to make music visit https://toplap.org/
Liz Dobson is a senior lecturer in music technology at The University of Huddersfield. She teaches sound for image, computer composition and research methods to undergraduates, and a range of outreach events for schools and colleges on music technology. She has worked in education since 1998 and in 2014 she received the Kirklees Examiner Community ‘Teacher of the Year’ and a Student Union Thank you award for ‘Inspiring Teaching’. Passionate about education and creating opportunities for learning through collaboration and community, Liz launched CollabHub to foster multi-disciplinary collaboration, and co-runs The Yorkshire Sound Women Network.
Dr Liz Dobson is DBS certified and she is overseeing all of the events delivered for Hear Me.

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