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Workshops & Artist Talks

Workshops

Soundhackers Soundscape Intensive 
October 21 - 23, 2016
Warbler’s Roost, 3785D Eagle Lake Rd, South River, ON $150 + HST
(this amount includes 2 nights accommodation)
This weekend intensive will focus on the practice of recording and SOUNDwalking by exploring the soundscapes of the 14-acre rural property at Warbler’s Roost. Participants will also be introduced to mixing their recordings for multichannel playback presentations.  The intensive will be a hands on participatory workshop led by Darren Copeland and Elliott Fienberg.  Participants are encouraged to bring their own laptop computer and portable recording equipment. A very limited number of these items will be made available.  

Please register in advance - space is limited. https://naisa.ca/education/register/

Schedule

Fri Oct 21
For shared transportation from Toronto consult http://www.meetup.com/soundhackers/ for updates.
3 pm and later – Arrival (free time for personal exploration and logistical assistance.)

Sat Oct 22
7:30 AM – Sunrise Soundwalk (no recording)
8:30 AM – Breakfast
10:00 AM – Soundscape Recording in small groups
12:30 PM – Lunch
2:00 PM – Soundscape Editing and Multi-channel Arrangement
4:00 PM – Work/free time
6:00 PM – Concert Sound check
8:00 PM – Soundscapes in the Dark Concert

Sun Oct 23
7:30 AM – Sunrise Soundwalk with Recording
8:30 AM – Breakfast
10:00 AM – Alternative approaches to Soundscape Recording (Hydrophone, Contact, Ambisonic, etc)
12:00 PM – Lunch
2:00 PM - Departure
Games In Sound, A Soundhackers Meetup
Co-presented with Electric Perfume
Friday, November 25, 8 pm Saturday, November 26, 1 to 5 PM
Electric Perfume, 805 Danforth Ave, Toronto - http://electricperfume.com/
General $30
This extended version of the Soundhackers Meetup will be a weekend of artist panels, installations and performances exploring game audio from the perspective of experimental music and sound art. What are the overlaps between interactive media art and game sound design? What are the tools of one that are or can be modified for use in the other? How have artists navigated between the two practices? 

Register: https://naisa.ca/education/register/

Talks

No upcoming events programmed yet. Please check later for updates.