2021-07-17T18:00:00Z → 2021-07-17T20:00:00Z
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This month we will be featuring the incredible:
Alexandra Cárdenas @tiemposdelruido
Discussing her music composition techniques, including the use of stochastic processes, randomness, and how she draws inspiration from composers from the 1940s to the 1970s working with tape loops.
Alexandra will demonstrate how she applies these musical patterns to the diverse genres of music that she works with, including techno, noise, and traditional electroacoustic music.
Raphaël Forment @Raph
Raph has been breaking his back for months on the incredibly difficult project of revamping the tidal website and documentation system. We are very excited to have him onboard to formally introduce new tidalcycles.org website, discuss how to contribute and improve the documentation, as well as presenting on the importance of documentation and archival systems for live coded art forms.
Clarissa Littler @left_adjoint
Clarissa is a former researcher in programming languages, and tidalcycles educator, and has been running a series of daily deep-dive (I'm talking real deep) videos in to TidalCycles, particularly focussed on how it's possible to leverage the power of the underlying Haskell language/toolkit to expand your patterning possibilites.
For this talk, Clarissa will be discussing the Math used in Tidal, useful functional programming tricks and ideas they have discovered throughout the course of the daily video series
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