Ar hyn o bryd mae'r cynnwys hwn

ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

Build any digital instrument you can think of with Max and Arduino


The perfect introduction to electronic music. This wonderful opportunity is open to all Welsh (and Welsh-based) composers and it's FREE! 


During two workshops led by composers Odilon Marcenaro and Owen Lloyd, you will learn how to create a digital instrument with the Max programming language, and then build a hardware interface for it using the Arduino physical computing platform and a variety of sensors and controllers. No programming experience or knowledge of electronics is required. Please bring a laptop (remember a USB adapter if it’s a recent Mac).


Selected composers will be required to attend both Hack Days.




Tuesday 4 June 2019 (Tŷ Cerdd, Cardiff)

09:00-09:30       Welcome, introductions, outline of the day

09:30-13:00         Building a simple performance instrument in Max

13:00-14:00          Lunch

14:00-17:30          Introduction to the Arduino platform; Building a simple hardware interface for the performance

17:30-18:00          Q&A, conclusion



Thursday 13 June 2019 

14:00-17:00          Progress monitoring and problem solving; Signing off on proposals


Tuesday 9 July 2019 (Tŷ Cerdd, Cardiff)

09:00-09:30        Welcome, outline of the day

09:30-11:00          A final opportunity for refining and troubleshooting; Peer support session

11:00-13:00           a quick tour of other physical computing platforms 

13:00-14:00          Lunch

14:00-17:30           Plenary presentation of projects

17:30-18:00           Q&A, Conclusion

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