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They’re back! Richard Nicol and Michael Johnsen of Pittsburgh Modular Synthesizers will offer a no-nonsense, beginner-friendly introduction to the principles and tools of electronic music, especially the analog synthesizer.
The world of electronic instruments can seem confusing, but they all share the same basic ingredients. Using an intuitive analog synthesizer, we’ll make sense of the building blocks that make electronic music sing: oscillators, filters, envelope generators and modulators. Then we’ll turn the knobs and switches over to you to explore the limitless palette of sonic species.
CLP - Main (Oakland) - Music, FIlm & Audio Department
4400 Forbes Avenue
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Pittsburgh Modular Synthesizers is excited to participate in Codefest Jr., Saturday, May 19, 2018. Come play with our synthesizers at this kid-focused, hands-on event.
Description from host's event page:
Learn, explore and play with coding in all its forms in this celebration of creative technology for kids and teens!
During this hands-on event, you can:
--Learn about computational thinking with interactive, hands-on activities
--Explore the Techno Teens program from the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh
--Design 3D objects and see a 3D printer in action
--Engage in hands-on activities with Assemble
--Learn about Sparkbox’s coding tools for beginning coders
--Make music with Pittsburgh Modular Synthesizers
--Discover the code behind beat-making and audio production
--Guide a robot through a maze
--Develop interactive 3D environments with Alice
--And much more!