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Friday, May 20 • 10:00am - 1:00pm
Creating Sonic Tools for iOS FULL

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Developing for iOS devices can be intimidating, but with the right creative pathways it doesn’t have to be. Lead by Alexander Randon, creator of the best selling iOS apps Fugue Machine and Arpeggionome, this workshop alleviates the anxiety around creating your own tools for iOS devices. Participants explore how to create a sandbox for experimentation with audio and midi, make some fun noises, and gain insight to the world of creating tools for sonic exploration for iOS devices. This workshop is for beginner to intermediate programmers who are interested in building applications for iOS devices.Bring an Apple laptop to participate.

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Talent
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Alexander Randon (Gray Area)

Alexander Randon (aka. Alexandernaut) is an indie music app developer / electrical engineer / composer based in San Francisco. With a passion for music technology as both a developer and musician, creating music software is simply part of his music-making process. Countless prototypes are built with Ableton Live, MaxMSP, Monome, TouchOSC, and Lemur—tools which inspire him both musically and technically. His professional mission is to... Read More →

Program Themes
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Hacking Sound (Systems)

The resurgence of a technological Maker Culture is undeniable, and Moogfest is a gathering for all those enthused by new tools for creative expression. This program includes a historical look at the evolution of dub reggae and home-made sound systems, radiating outwards from its native Jamaica. These artists and producers were hardware hackers, much like the creative technologists working on interactive sonic experiences and generative music... Read More →



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