Mozzi Theremin! Sound With Arduino

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Mozzi Theremin! Sound With Arduino
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Mozzi Theremin! Sound With Arduino says
Make your own theremin using an Arduino!

By the end of the workshop students will be able to make a Theremin-like instrument that can create sounds through bodily movement. They will also have a basic understanding of the Mozzi sound library where they can adjust and personalize the sound of their instrument. You will be able to take away the working Theremin built from the kit you've purchased.

Students should have a basic understanding of OSX or Windows in order to install the software needed for this workshop.

Date: Tuesday February 7th

Time: 7-10pm

Registration:
$ 60 Regular Price + Material Fee
$ 45 With Annual Studio/Workshop Pass + Material Fee

Material Fee: $25.00

What to bring:
Students should bring a laptop with the Arduino software (IDE) and Mozzi library installed.

Download Arduino IDE here: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software

Download Mozzi library here: http://sensorium.github.io/Mozzi/

About the Instructor:
Christopher Jung is an installation artist, painter, and musician who has recently completed his Masters of Applied Arts at Emily Carr University of Art + Design. He has exhibited artwork at the GAM Gallery (2012) and filmed documentary of the Opening Doors project for the Aboriginal door-carving exhibition at the Roundhouse Gallery (2015) in Vancouver. Jung’s research includes improvised music, analog electronics, wave physics, and video. His work revolves around painting with unusual mediums, filming interesting people and building engaging interactive spaces. Check out Chris's work at: http://www.chrishjung.com/
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By: InterAccess