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Saturday, May 21 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Designing Synthesizers with Pd-L2Ork FULL

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The Pd-L2Ork workshop explores the use of embedded technologies and open-source software (Pd-L2Ork) to design real-time synthesizers and effects processors and link them to various sensors and actuators, thus enabling physical interaction and system's awareness of and adaptation to its immediate environment.

No prior experience with either hardware or software programming is required.

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Talent
avatar for Ivica Ico Bukvic (Virginia Tech ICAT)

Ivica Ico Bukvic (Virginia Tech ICAT)

The work of multimodal researcher and artist Ivica Ico Bukvic is driven by ubiquitous interactivity. Bukvic’s output encompasses aural, visual, acoustic, electronic, performances, installations, technologies, research publications, presentations, grants, patent disclosures, and awards. His most recent work focuses on communal interaction, audio spatialization, exploring connections among the arts and human health, and recontextualizing STEM... Read More →

Program Themes
avatar for Hacking Sound (Systems)

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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