Free online workshops open to all composers.
Using live electronics with Alistair MacDonald
Thu 16 Jun @ 6-7pm
In this session we will look at some of the many possibilities that live electronics can add when composing for acoustic instruments and voices. We will discuss musical opportunities and technical approaches from amplification and simple audio playback to more complex live transformation.
Alistair MacDonald is a composer, performer and sound artist. His work is often collaborative, working with artists, dancers, musicians in diverse media using interactive digital technology. He directs the Electroacoustic Studios at the RCS and teaches modules in Sonic Arts and Interactive Composition.
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