Sonic Pi: Making Music With Code
About the Workshop
Learn to use Sonic Pi, a free, easy-to-understand programming language to create music on the fly. Sonic Pi’s built-in samples, synthesizers and effects give you access to any genre of music all through the magic of simple text coding. No coding or music experience needed!
Participants should download the Sonic Pi software, found here, prior to this workshop.
We hope you will be able to join us on Mondays at 3pm for the remainder of the semester for this arts and tech collaboration with the Co-Lab @Home team.
About the Instructor
Brooks Frederickson is a musician and artist based in Durham, NC. A third year PhD student in Music Composition at Duke, Brooks’ research focuses on the community and collaborative aspects of music and art making. His music has been performed internationally, used in films and danced to.
About the Location
This workshop will meet online via Zoom. See link at top of page.