Unorthodox Sound Synthesis - Workshop, Feb 11-13 - TU Berlin

Dear Colleagues,

this is a reminder of the upcoming workshop at TU Berlin. It has a focus on SuperCollider, is free of charge and open to everyone, see the announce below.



The TU Studio will be hosting a workshop,
free of charge and open to everyone interested:

Unorthodox Sound Synthesis
Daniel Mayer (IEM Graz)

Topic of the seminar will be selected procedures that don’t fall into the area of classical sound synthesis resp. transformation as well as unorthodox combinations and applications of classical techniques. In that context participants will be encouraged to develop and implement own ideas.

Possible topics (depending on knowledge and interest): buffer modulation, single sample feedback, wavefolding, synthesis with ordinary differential equations, functional iteration synthesis, variants of granular synthesis.

Requirements: Basic knowledge of sound synthesis. The seminar refers to some of the lecturer’s implementations in SuperCollider, therefore basic knowledge of SuperCollider is desirable but not absolutely necessary.

The workshop includes three sessions -
please bring your laptop (with SuperCollider installed):

Tuesday, 11.02.
Wednesday, 12.02.
Thursday, 13.02.


TU Studio
Einsteinufer 17c, Room EN-324


For further questions, please contact Daniel Mayer:

Students can get 3 credit points for the module “Musikinformatik+Medienkunst”
in combination with a project related to the seminar.

Henrik von Coler
Elektronisches Studio, Fachgebiet Audiokommunikation

Technische Universität Berlin
Fakultät I Geistes- und Bildungswissenschaften
Institut für Sprache und Kommunikation
Einsteinufer 17c, Sekr. EN 8, 10587 Berlin
Telefon: +49 (0)30 314 22327

Mailinglist AK discourse / TU Berlin - Fachgebiet Audiokommunikation


Wow, this sounds really interesting! Is there any material online about it? I would love to attend but unfortunately I can’t come to berlin those days.

that sounds great. i would like to attend, but unfortunately its already tomorrow, so i cant make it.

You can download it from here:


Happiness! Thanks a lot!

Thank you for making this available!!

Great Daniel, you’ve made a lot of SC users (who are probably far from Berlin), very happy.

Best - Joesh

Wish I had seen this earlier! Will have a look at your materials though. Thanks @dkmayer

Thank you for sharing this material Daniel, great work.

Thank you for sharing !

this is awesome, thanks for sharing!

Hi! Sorry, may you upload again?
Thanks in advance!


I’ve put it on my site:




Oh, great!! Vielen Dank!! ;)!!!

Thank you Daniel ! A lot to learn here !