Interleaving contemporary methods with vintage devices with Byron J. Scullin

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Interleaving contemporary methods with vintage devices with Byron J. Scullin

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6pm, Wednesday June 13th 2018.

There are many powerful tools for audio and MIDI manipulation built into contemporary software platforms, but how can you harness the capability of these tools when working with vintage hardware? This workshop will look at some of the solutions that exist and how you can exploit these set-ups and workflows to your creative advantage in a way that is not possible via software alone.

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Date:
6pm. Wednesday June 13th, 2018.
Duration:
2 hours, discussion/presentation. 2 hours, informal discussion/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.

byronscullin.com

 This series of workshops supported by funding from  Creative Victoria.

This series of workshops supported by funding from Creative Victoria.