In compliance with San Francisco’s order to shelter in place, the Center for New Music is closed beginning March 16. All events through the end of May are canceled. From our blog: Resources for Artists During the COVID-19 Outbreak
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Free Workshop: San Francisco SuperCollider Meeting

Monday, September 23, 2013 — 12:00 AM
Tickets: Free!
Tickets available at the door only
Do you already use SuperCollider, or would you like to learn more about it? Are you a Pd or Max/MSP user considering to add SuperCollider to your sonic toolbox? This informal meet-up is free and open to anyone interested in SuperCollider. It’s a space for people to present their work, ask questions, discuss topics of interest, and anything else SC-related. In addition, one hour before the meeting starts there will be a short “get-started” tutorial for total beginners. For more info, contact Bruno Ruviaro (bruviaro at scu dot edu)

What is SuperCollider?
SuperCollider is one of the most powerful programming environments for real time sound synthesis and processing, algorithmic & generative music composition, and many other audio related applications. It is widely used by artists and scientists alike for both research and actual artistic creation. It features a powerful state-of-the-art sound engine and an easy to learn, fully featured object oriented language. Moreover, it is open source and totally free of charge. SuperCollider works on Linux, Mac, and Windows. For more info, visit http://supercollider.sourceforge.net/

Local Mailing List
Subscribe to our local SF Bay SuperCollider Mailing List (thanks CCRMA for maintaning the list):