Notam Online Meetups - Fall season 2022

Dear SuperCollider users,

We are starting up again with the Online #SuperCollider Meetup at Notam. First meetup is tonight, Wednesday September 14th at 7PM GMT+2.

The meetup dates this fall season are:

  • September 14th
  • October 12th
  • November 9th
  • December 7th

As in the past, these will happen on Wednesdays at 7pm CET (Oslo time). The meetups are occurring online-only via Zoom, and are graciously organized by Notam and @madskjeldgaard .

Free and open to everyone, as usual.

SuperCollider meetup:

Meeting ID: 974 3258 0111

Link: Launch Meeting - Zoom

At these meetups, SuperCollider users of all skill levels get together to share ideas, frustrations, help each other and show off projects and workflows in an inspiring and friendly way.

Follow this post using the bell icon (right) to see updates to the schedule, and more specific information about meetup topics.

If you have accessibility related requests or questions about the meetup, please do not hesitate to contact me ( @eirikblekesaune ) and I will will do my best to address them.

All community events at Notam fall under the NOTAM Code of Conduct to make them as inclusive as possible. Please follow the link and read the full Code of Conduct before joining an event: Notam Code of Conduct - Notam

Hope to see both new and old faces in the Zoom room!:smiley:

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wooohoo and some more characters to celebrate this wooohoo

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For those joining in for the meetup, If anything happens with the Zoom meeting technically, or if you have problems joining the Zoom room, we can use this topic to communicate.

See you soon!

And for those who want to share your sound from SuperCollider,please have a look at the guide that @scztt have written here: Sharing SuperCollider in Video Conferences

Thanks for joining the first Notam SuperCollider online meetup! It was many really interesting tips, tricks, insights and link we got from you all. I have tried to gather them all here for everyone to check out.

jjonas//forces linked to the now quite active community on the SuperCollider Discord server that he is running. Would be nice to see more people join here!

Camilla’s (the_emergent) SuperCollider Twitch stream are found here where they stream regularly. Next time is tomorrow (Thursday September 15th at 7:30PM GMT+2)

Nathan Ho’s blog post about Matrix Modular Synthesis.

A series of videos that show how to use Flucoma for exploring a audio segment corpus with a 2D interface, using audio analysis and some machine learning.

Jan-Lars Kleine-Tebbe posted a link to an album by Tony Lugo -Synthetic Percussion Works made with SuperCollider.

joonas//forces is performing a networked concert through Twitch (from Finland) at the Envelope Festival.

Mads Kjeldgaard’s holding a workshop in Vilnius, Lithuania in October with the title ‘Composing 3D music using SuperCollider and ambisonics’, which should be a blast!

Daniel M Karlsson logging sketches on webpage, for ensuring that they always work the way the were intended.

Daniel M Karlsson’s SuperClean framework.

Mads Kjeldgaard, while talking about organizing audio files in relation to projects, mentioned using GitHub’s Git Large File Storage for storing audio files together with your git repos.

Mads Kjeldgaards PolyBuf Quark that loads bunches of audio files into collections of buffers in SuperCollider.

Panagiota Anastasopoulou: my soon-to-be with songs soundcloud

Yann Ics: Link to the freesound-supercollider Quark,

Igor Medeiros posted a nice extension, MIRLC made by Anna Xambo, for working with freesound files.

Panagiota Anastasopoulou, video with Professor Philippe Esling’s(IRCAM) keynote talk about creativity using AI.

joonas//forces posted a link to an article that describes a resynthesis architecture for neural FM synth structures, for modelling/training a model to imitate the DX7 synth.

Next meetup is happening October 12th, as always at 7PM GMT+2, at the Zoom link.

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