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GOTO10 @ folly Summer School of Sound
June 27, 28, 29 2007 / 10am - 4pm
St Martins College, Lancaster
This year's Summer School of Sound will be led by GOTO10.
Marloes de Valk and Aymeric Mansoux will lead a three day course,
exploring free and open source software available for home studio purposes
such as audio and midi sequencers, sound editors and virtual effect
racks, as well as the creative possibilities of puredata in an audio
workstation setup. The course will also provide information on how
to release and publish your work online (from encoding, to licensing
The Summer School of Sound will also include an evening performance on
Thursday 28 June by GOTO10 artists de Valk and Mansoux, as well as
Claude Heiland-Allen and Chun Lee.
The three day summer school is aimed at musicians, designers, artists
and those with an interest in multimedia technologies who want to
explore how new digital technologies can help and inspire us when
working with music and sound.
Participants do not need a high level of technological or programming
skills, although these would be beneficial. A strong interest in one or
more of the following areas is essential: sound art, music, technology,
open source software.
Booking fees and deadline:
Organisational rate: £250
Individual rate: £150
To apply for a place please email Jennifer Stoddart, Programme
Co-ordinator at jennifer.stoddart 'at' folly.co.uk with brief details of
your background, interest and experience in the areas listed above, and
an indication of your level of computer literacy.
The closing date for applications is Thursday 31 May 2007. Applicants
will be informed after this date if their application has been
Please note: to apply for a place, you must be able to attend all 3
days of the Summer School.
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