Dance Mat Soundpad patch

Hi all,

I’ve included a link to the .zip file with all the things you’d need (sans the mat) to run this patch.

Good luck on finals!


Concert Order

Ernes Woyee, Matthew Williams — ONGOING, UNDER LOBBY
Jasmine Edison
Cameron Niazi
Hanbyul Seo
Julia Klein, Ian Hoffman, Riley Owens
Shane Moore

INTERMISSION — Henry Chuang (piece near studios)

Brendan Sanok, Mihir Chauhan, Laura Furman
Kevin Nielsen
Aarohee Fulay
Bobby Zhou
Cassidy Molina
Charles Peng, Kristin Murray, Bella You, Mimi Lee

Rehearsal schedule, Sunday May 10th

10:00 – 10:20 –> Jasmine Edison
10:20 – 10:40 –> Cameron Niazi
10:40 – 11:00 –> Ernes Woyee, Matthew Williams
11:00 – 11 20 –> Hanbyul Seo
11:20 – 11:40 –> Julia Klein, Ian Hoffman, Riley Owens
11:40 – 12:00 –> Shane Moore

12:00 – 1:00 –> LUNCH

1:00 – 1:20 –> Kevin Nielsen
1:20 – 1:40 –> Brendan Sanok, Mihir Chauhan, Laura Furman
1:40 – 2:00 –> Aarohee
2:00 – 2:20 –> Cassidy Molina
2:20 – 2:40 –> Bobby Zhou
2:40 – 3:00 –> Charles Peng, Kristin Murray, Bella You, Mimi Lee

SuperCollider and soundfiles

Please download the attached examples, expanding into the use of sound files, MIDI, and internal recording, among other concepts.

I have added my example from class today

I have added Supercollider examples to the Assignment #4 listing, taken from today’s class, 4/28. See here, “UPDATE #2”.

Links from Music 2421 lecture this morning

Some links from today:

Nicolas Collin’s Handmade Electronic Instruments (also in our library)

Our own (CEMC) research pages, with recent projects

Instruments and information (including DIY pages) of student Taylan Cihan

Tristan Perich, Microtonal Wall

Tristan Perich, 1-bit Symphony (available in the library)

Toshimaru Nakamura – NIMB #1

Toshimaru Nakamura – NIMB #42

SuperCollider, in-class materials

As a follow-up to our Thursday discussion and DIY workshop, we will, today, be delving further into the realm of hardware as well as software “hacking”, including several new programming languages that should be of interest to some in the class.

We will carry out one brief assignment with the last one I will show you, SuperCollider, as an initial experience with its syntax and interface with a mind toward knowing enough to peruse its examples for further discovery.

Download SuperCollider itself here.

I am also supplying several example patches to be viewed together in class. You can download these HERE.

Other pertinent links from lecture:

Arduino, open hardware “make” software and programming language for interactive projects
Circuit Bending at “Anti-theory (there are many other sites of interest!)
Tristan Perich, composer (1-bit symphony)
Supercollider code examples repository (!!!!!!!)

EDM Mixer, Jam space, Cornell

Poster 09 - Untitled Page

Today’s DIY workshop

Since we were such a small class today, I decided to document for all the people that missed it. It being the glorious world of DIY electronics and Arduino synth kits. Anywho, I’ve got plenty of pictures, so if you want to tell all your friends about that cool things you did in class today, now you have photographic evidence. Enjoy!

DIY is beautiful!


More PD patches!


Here’s my part of the PD patch for our violin-tastic performance. It’s basically a tiny computer-playground. Just start hitting buttons and moving sliders to see what happens. Or you can be a square and follow the performance agenda in my subpatch pd how-to-play. It’s your call.

Valar Dohaeris,


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