ORCA is a programming sequencer developed based on Rek and Devine. By typing in capital and lowercase letters, it is triggered by the operation of the internal logic inherent to the letters. ORCA itself does not make sounds, so the triggering of sounds relies on MIDI and OSC, as well as an external sound interface (i.e., SuperCollider, Pure Data, Ableton).
This workshop will engage participants in learning about the game-like, approachable interface of the sequencer so that people interested in audio or music can experience and have an initial attempt at Live Coding.
Date | 7/3 (Sun.) 14:00–17:00
Venue | CREATORS R303 Multi-Function Room
Speaker | DEAN Chi-You
Registration | https://forms.gle/RCLv7umLCD4poXV86
DEAN Chi-You | A Taipei-based artist interested in creating audios, including rhythmic structure and sound synthesis.
▶ Free Admission via Online Registration.
▶This workshop is free of charge and accepts only a limited number of participants.To ensure participants’ rights, a deposit of NT$500 will be collected at registration and returned on the day of the workshop. Those who are absent will not be refunded.
▶ Participants are required to bring their own laptops and earphones.
▶ This event will be recorded.
▶ The organizer reserves the right to adjust and change the activities according to the epidemic situation.
Supervisor｜Ministry of Culture, Taiwan
Organizer｜Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab