Designing sound via subtractive synthesis with Byron J. Scullin

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Designing sound via subtractive synthesis with Byron J. Scullin

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6pm, Wednesday May 9th 2018.

Subtractive synthesis is one of the most common methods of producing sound from pure electronic sources. Common to the majority of synthesisers built in the 60s’ and 70s’, subtractive synthesis has remained at the heart of electronic music and is still in use across a variety of platforms today. This workshop will introduce you to the ideas behind electronic sound creation as well as an in depth discussion of subtractive method. You will also get plenty of hands on time with a variety of machines in the MESS collection. 

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Date:
6pm. Wednesday, May 9 2018.
Duration:
2 hours instruction, 2 hours practical time.
Places Available:
8 places
Ages:
18 and over.

Cost

  • MESS Members: $44
  • Non-Member concession: $66
  • Non-Member full: $88

About Byron J. Scullin

Byron J Scullin is Co-Director of MESS, exploring the technological representation and amplification of sound as well as its properties as a physical presence. Operating in an ambiguous space where sound transitions into noise, Scullin’s sonic environments offer an experience of mass and multiplicity, often representing attempts to hear the unhearable.

http://byronscullin.com/

 This series of workshops supported by funding from  Creative Victoria.

This series of workshops supported by funding from Creative Victoria.