Soundhackers started as a meetup in 2014, but now exists to build a community around sound art and music technology workshops.
Here are some upcoming workshops that might be of interest to you. Sign up to be notified when new ones are added.
Next Soundhackers workshop is happening October 18, 2018.
Nov 3, 2018 (Originally scheduled for Oct. 2)
Interaccess, 950 Dupont St., Unit 1
Create generative art from ambient Bluetooth signals with a Raspberry Pi 3! Plug in headphones and relax to (surprisingly!) soothing sounds. Plug in a monitor and enjoy ambient web visualizations. In this workshop, we’ll walk you through the steps to install our open source GeneraBLE software and the open source ZynAddSubFX synth, which together turn your Pi into a totally hackable and extensible generative art platform.
October 26 – 28, 2018
NAISA, 106 Ottawa Ave., South River, ON
Explore Emerging Audio Platforms in this weekend workshop intensive that includes performances, screenings, interactive experiences, lectures, and rural soundscape recording ventures. Digital media artist, designer and developer Hector Centeno will introduce methods for composing and designing 3-D sound using Ambisonic production techniques and the Unreal Engine while NAISA Artistic Director Darren Copeland will lead a morning Ambisonic soundscape recording excursion at Warbler's Roost, which is located in the countryside 22 km west of the small village of South River.
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Soundhackers is operated by Elliott Fienberg from Spaghetti Lab