Ultrasonic Hackduino Pedal

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NOTE**** New date: Saturday November 5th

Learn to hack an analog guitar pedal and control its effects with an Arduino microcontroller and ultrasonic sensor. You are going to do a bit of everything with this tutorial; soldering, circuitry and coding. Once finished, you’ll be able to augment anything from musical instruments to MP3s into new expressive sounds.

Opening up a guitar pedal and modifying its circuitry is pretty easy, but interfacing it with an Arduino and ultrasonic sensor takes a little knowledge of Arduino code. We will be using the HC SR04 ultrasonic sensor that is commonly used for object avoidance in robotics projects, but we will be using it as an invisible control knob to crank up our effects pedal. While an effects pedal is traditionally used for electric guitars, any type of sound can be fed through its mono input. Feel free to bring along one of your own sound projects and see how the pedal affects it.

Date: Saturday November 5th, 2016

Time: 12:00 to 5:30pm

Registration Fee: Please carefully read the registration options when registering.

With Kit:

**You will leave this workshop with your purchased kit. It includes everything you need to take the completed project away and work with it.

$90 (With Annual Studio/Workshop Pass ) + $85.00 Kit

$120 (Regular) + $85.00 Kit

No Kit:

You will use the in class demo equipment.

$120 (Regular)

$90 (With Annual Studio/Workshop Pass )

What to bring: Please install the Arduino IDE onto your laptop prior to the workshop.

Location: InterAccess Studio (in the basement of 9 Ossington)

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. You can view his artist’s web page here: http://www.chrishjung.com/
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