dimanche 28 juin 2015
Jardin Compans-Caffarelli (Toulouse)
How is music created in 2015?
The Futurism meeting explore contemporary music making and highlight adventurous practices: this creative meetup, mixing all musical genres, gives prominence to DIY, bending and hacking practices, just as in an experimental, open source, musical laboratory. We warmly invite musicians, hackers, inventers, programmers, and all sorts of creative thinkers to join in the debates, animations and various hands on workshops so as to feed your creativity and share your ideas!
SUNDAY JUNE 28th
1:30pm - 5:30 pm – DIY synth making workshop – Come and learn how to create your own Nebulophone (Sequencer synth with a stylus keyboard that ranges through 6 octaves), or Bleeddrum (lo-fi rad-fi drum machine) from Bleeplabs with Zotamlab – You can then go home with your very own, unique, hand-made hackable synth!
Caution, there is a limited number of participants to this workshop! If you want to register, please send an e-mail to beata at les-siestes-electroniques.com before the 10th of June.
Nebulophone - 60 € (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClC... )
Bleepdrum - 65€ (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RIn...)
3:00pm – 5:30pm – Ableton Workshop – Come and learn how to produce your own electronic music through this hands on workshop: sound recording and processing – rhythm and melody construction – audio effects…
Open access and free.
Talks and presentations:
2:00pm - 3:00pm – Music and Code – a flow of possibilities. Computers have been used to create music since the sixties. Opportunities have expanded as coding is now accessible to anyone. This talk with Jean-Baptiste Dusseaut will present to you the infinite possibilities that code offers to music makers.
2:00pm- 3:30pm – Inventing music beyond the computer: The return of the handmade instrument- Jackson, from Jackson and His computer band will share his experience and explain what his own handmade instruments bring to his potential of music composition.
4:00pm – 5:30pm – Play the world with Mogees. Mogees turns any surface into a music instrument and lets anyone become a composer. Come unleash your creativity and explore the immense potential Mogees offers with its founder, Bruno Zamborlin.