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== General Information ==
 
== General Information ==
this is not *just* a "PLOrk seminar"; we're calling it "Tech Band" and addressing more general issues facing composers and performers integrating technology into performance, and also how technology can create new performance paradigms. PLOrk will, however, remain a resource and constant point of reference. Hands-on with both:
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this is not *just* a " [http://plork.cs.princeton.edu/ PLOrk] seminar"; we're calling it "Tech Band" and addressing more general issues facing composers and performers integrating technology into performance, and also how technology can create new performance paradigms. PLOrk will, however, remain a resource and constant point of reference. Hands-on with both:
 
* hardware (basic electronics, speakers and so on, inspired by Nic Collins' workshop last year; also sensor and microcontroller stuff, etc...) and  
 
* hardware (basic electronics, speakers and so on, inspired by Nic Collins' workshop last year; also sensor and microcontroller stuff, etc...) and  
 
* coding (ChucK and Max/MSP).
 
* coding (ChucK and Max/MSP).
 
projects from members of the seminar will likely drive things as we proceed
 
projects from members of the seminar will likely drive things as we proceed
  
 
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primary meeting time: Th 1:30-4:20, McAlpin and/or Studio B
* [http://plork.cs.princeton.edu/ PLOrk homepage]
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* assistance setting up may be requested on many of these meetings
* [[PLOrk Reader]]
 
* primary meeting time: Th 1:30-4:20, McAlpin and/or Studio B
 
** assistance setting up may be requested on many of these meetings
 
  
 
== Important Dates ==
 
== Important Dates ==

Revision as of 15:45, 19 August 2007

General Information

this is not *just* a " PLOrk seminar"; we're calling it "Tech Band" and addressing more general issues facing composers and performers integrating technology into performance, and also how technology can create new performance paradigms. PLOrk will, however, remain a resource and constant point of reference. Hands-on with both:

  • hardware (basic electronics, speakers and so on, inspired by Nic Collins' workshop last year; also sensor and microcontroller stuff, etc...) and
  • coding (ChucK and Max/MSP).

projects from members of the seminar will likely drive things as we proceed

primary meeting time: Th 1:30-4:20, McAlpin and/or Studio B

  • assistance setting up may be requested on many of these meetings

Important Dates

  • November 7 (tentative) and 8 (definite); performances in DC area.
    • Not everyone will be involved, and this is a PLOrk-specific performance.

Hardware Resources

books and other readings

campus stuff

  • if you haven't visited Perry's soundlab do so!
  • there is a machine shop class offered in the Engineering Quad; useful primarily for metal-working, though wood and plastic is also possible. contact Larry McIntyre about taking this 5-week course to get access to the shop and learn your way around.

arduino stuff

places to get stuff

Software Resources

Other Stuff

  • go ahead, put stuff here that might be useful/interesting/hilarious/just stupid