We support a new initiative to cultivate an active SuperCollider environment with monthly hits in Notams premises. In collaboration with Eirik Arthur Blekesaune we start SCOslo with an introductory course of four afternoons at Notam. The course is totally free, and anyone with an interest in digital music is welcome, regardless of background.

  • Participants: 8-12
  • Duration: 23. april – 2. mai 2013, 4 evenings from 7PM – ca10PM (when we feel like quitting)
  • Dates: April 23rd, 25th and 30ieth, May 2nd
  • Leader: Eirik Arthur Blekesaune
  • Price: For free!

We close every evenings with a bit of socialization.

SuperCollider is a text-based programming tool for music. Originally developed by James McCartney, but later released as an open source project. Today being developed by many programmers and artists the world over. It is a very rich and strong tool that can be used in many different ways such as: performances of music in real time, interactive music, art installations, interfacing with microcontrollers and sensors, live coding, music composition, etc.

SuperCollider is an exciting tool for experimenting with sound by combining different sound generators in complex networks.

Sign up here: http://www.meetup.com/SCOslo-SuperCollider-Users-Group-at-NOTAM/

It is free to register as a user at meetup.com

If you have any questions, please contact blekesaune [a] gmail.com

PS. If you are a Linux user then it is an advantage if you install SuperCollider in advance. You have to download it from github build it yourself, but it’s pretty easy if you follow the instructions in the README file. If you have problems with this then please contact your tutor.