Sonic Pi is an open source programming tool for creating music. Sonic Pi was developed in 2013 by Sam Aaron at the University of Cambridge – originally to teach concepts of programming in schools. The focus is on the creative exploration of music – concepts of programming are taught on the side.
Overview seminar on the fundamental aspects of the transformation of media to digital media, with special emphasis on the media sectors that have been identified in the practical seminars.
The seminar will introduce the concept of artistic soundscapes from both aesthetic and technical sides. It will focus on the musical application of soundscape, namely in composition, sound art and multimedia performance. The study of soundscape in other fields like ecology, ethnomusicology, music therapy and politics will be discussed as well.
That a violin or a flute is a musical instrument seems unquestionable. We have used these objects for generations to produce sounds. But what about objects, environments and processes that were not primarily musically motivated and are now used quite naturally for making music and for auditory creation?
While software has democratized professional music production, (analog) hardware instruments, technologies and related creative practices continue to shape style and sound.
In the context of cultural studies, we know beauty as a relocatable term that seems to depend entirely on the individual, social and historical location of the viewer.
One – Two – Three – Four. To beat time means to count and discretise the time that just now flowed so steadily.
Friday, 10:15-12:00 | hybrid
Through studying a range of media formats concerning media policies and media production, media convergence and media consumption, the course provides an overview of the contemporary media in China, examines the development and transformation of media and communication practices in both the contemporary Chinese and global context.