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Learning about modular systems Annie introduces processing in Workshop #2 Naomi's electronic music history primer

intheloopelectronicmusic:

This month is flying by! Workshop 2 and 3 are done and this Saturday is the final class. In the second workshop we introduced a long list of different effects and experimented with both analog and digital processing techniques. Last week we explored the basis of sound synthesis - waveforms, modulation, filters, envelopes and everything in between. Students had the opportunity to test out Christie’s modular system and a couple of synths. 

This week we’ll discuss composition and finish up our horror soundtracks - just in time for the witching hour!

A free workshop series introducing young women to the basics of electronic music creation, recording and history.

THIS IS SO COOL! I wish there was something like this in London, UK and was for women of all ages :(

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