Kyma workshop with Carla Scaletti and Kurt Hebel

November 8-9
A Kyma workshop with the creators, Carla Scaletti and Kurt Hebel

An introduction to Kyma 7 with emphasis on live interaction and sound design

Kyma 7 is an environment for creating, manipulating, combining and interacting with high-quality audio signals. Used in a wide range of applications from sound design for Hollywood films to experimental performance art; from sound for games to live musical performance with data-driven instruments; from scientific data sonification to research labs and clinical application in speech and hearing science.

This workshop gives an overview of the Kyma environment, with emphasis on some of the new features for helping creatives overcome the “blank-screen syndrome”. It will also include a deep dive into some of the live performance pieces presented at the concert, giving an inside glimpse into how people make music with Kyma. In addition to formal presentations, there will be Open Labs where you can get your questions answered or get a running start on your next project with the help of Kyma/Pacarana designers Carla Scaletti and Kurt Hebel.

Whether you are a Kyma expert, new to Kyma, or even just curious about Kyma, you’ll come away with increased Kyma mastery, an expanded network of professional colleagues, and inspiration for your further creative work.

Several Kyma systems will be available of participants to use during the workshop.  If you have one, bring it along too.

A Kyma workshop will take place in the days prior to Carla Scaletti’s concert in Katzin Hall at 7:30PM on November 9 concert

Hosted by the School of Arts, Media and Engineering and LOrKas


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