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Colorful Waves: Analog Noise Workshop @ Detective Squad

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Detective Squad (behind Silent Barn)

11 Stanwix Street

Brooklyn, NY 11206

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In this workshop, we will take a handful of wires and resistors and create cacophonous bleeps and bloops. We will work through three basic circuits, making simple square wave oscillators, elevate to 8-bit sounding tones, and graduate to a simple sequencer that you can use for live performances, public installations and any other sound-related projects. This hands-on workshop will provide tips and tricks for making your own instruments or interactive noise machines, with time to experiment and customize as you learn about electronics and sound. Prepare to get noisy and loud.

You don’t need to have any electronics experience to participate! Materials and instructions will be included, and I guarantee that anyone will be able to walk out of this workshop with something pleasantly squealing and shrieking.

The workshop will be lead by Johann Diedrick. Johann Diedrick makes installations, performances, and objects that let people play with sound. He shares his work with others through workshops, listening tours, and open-source software and hardware. He is a recipient of the Asian Cultural Council Fellows grant. His work has been featured in Wire Magazine and Musicworks Magazine. He is a recent recipient of the Asian Cultural Council 2016 Fellows grant. His work has been exhibited internationally in numerous group exhibitions, conferences and festivals, including the Soundscapes symposium at Yale University, the New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) conference in Daejeon and Seoul, Korea, the Invisible Places, Sounding Cities conference in Viseu, Portugal, and the Dumbo Arts Festival in Brooklyn, New York. He studied at the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, focusing on sound art. He was a researcher at the InterLab at the Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media (YCAM) in Yamaguchi, Japan. Afterwards he worked as an interactive software developer at Qosmo in Tokyo, Japan. He is currently a software developer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

Space for this workshop is limited so sign up early! The cost of the workshop includes materials for the circuits.

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Detective Squad (behind Silent Barn)

11 Stanwix Street

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