how (many) are we [was: Re: [PD] Segmented patch chords?]
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Tue Mar 15 15:08:17 CET 2005
If you (or anyone!) are interested in doing occasional pd workshops (we
could to a series even.. people want to know as much as possible!),
share (http://share.dj) is a good place actually..
We hold weekly jam sessions on sunday (for those who dont know), and
have had occasional workshops (Lemur Demos, we have one to hand out to
artists looking to experiment, we had an intro to jitter workshop which
had a very large turnout..), as well as some audio DSP stuff for people
looking for technical know how.
geoff, one of the authors of gDAM is getting in to PD as well.. might
be a good place to either do some intro stuff, or more advanced topics.
I was planning on doing a GEM workshop, since I am more of a visual
artist (sic) and dont know enough DSP theory.
I know a bunch of people at share who ive gotten interested in Gem/PD,
and would like a tutorial, I just dont think I know enough to give
youre always welcome to stop by and set something up! Unfortunately
share lost its 'home' at openAir bar (new owners), and we are looking
for a new permanent venue so we kind of wander form venue to venue for
But we just received NYFA funding, so we will be trying to do
bigger/better/more organized events (like our anyware event) and get a
Anyway, hope to see some of you there :)
On Mar 14, 2005, at 11:55 AM, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
> The Frylab thing died. It was a free-for-all that dominated by jam
> band enthusiasts... oh well... but it would be great to get a
> regular Pd thing going in NYC. I know a couple dedicated Pd users and
> a quite a few off-and-on users, plus with the media arts programs in
> NYC, there is a large potential pool. I just finished by Masters at
> ITP/NYU (http://itp.nyu.edu ), there are about 220 students there
> (more than half women, I should say), and Max/MSP/Jitter is popular.
> Proce55ing has almost completely replaced Director/Flash there, I
> figure Pd is next.
> We should start meeting at another regular event, like Share, then if
> we get enough people, branch out on our own.
> On Mar 11, 2005, at 2:13 PM, Ian Smith-Heisters wrote:
>> I'm not in NYC these days, but may be moving there in May. They do
>> video stuff too at Share. And I know there's some folks that go to
>> Frylab on one of the westside piers.
>> I went once, but wasn't too interested. I've heard there's also some
>> occasional Pd-ish stuff going on at SubTonic, but that's more
>> performance than meet and talk. For meet and talk there's some NYC
>> Audio Artist's group a friend of mine is part of. If that interests
>> you I could send you his email offlist.
>> But there is a definite shortage. If I move to NYC I'd like to start
>> a venue for this kind of performance. Maybe more primetime than
>> sunday night. Keep an eye on the list.
>> Paris Treantafeles wrote:
>>> glad you brought that up.
>>> i go to share sometimes (sunday nights are not so good for me) but i
>>> usually do video rather than audio.
>>> i'm not very experienced with pd but would like to learn more and so
>>> if there's anything "pd" related going on in nyc, count me in.
>>> On Friday, March 11, 2005, at 11:20 AM, Ian Smith-Heisters wrote:
>>>> derek holzer wrote:
>>>>> Seems like the main difference in people's experiences meeting
>>>>> other users is whether or not they live in Europe. I don't think
>>>>> there's less PDers in the States, but they are much farther apart,
>>>>> and there's simply no interesting venues for new media art in the
>>>>> States [festivals and the like] so they never have a chance to
>>>>> meet each other.
>>>> This is what it seems to me. The only regular venue for stuff like
>>>> this I know of in the whole US is ShareNYC, but I've never seen
>>>> another PDer there, though I heard H.C.Steiner has been around. Of
>>>> course NYC is a long shot if you live on the west coast, wheras
>>>> from what I hear about Europe, you can live in London and be in
>>>> Berlin 20EUR and an hour later. Hmmmm... anyone know of any jobs
>>>> for a programmer with a specialty in realtime media in Europe ;) ?
>>>> Europe has higher population density, plus I think there really are
>>>> more PDers in Europe. IEM is there. IRCAM is there.
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