[PD] math + music examples

cristiano figueiró crislists at gmail.com
Thu Mar 24 13:52:38 CET 2011

Hi, just a tip: begin with everybody clapping hands and counting loud every
clap, and then counting in different modulos , and then go to pd showing how
pd does the same. Then the same with pitches,
first singing, etc...i always start with quick collective musical exercise
and  then go to computer :)

On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 10:47 PM, Joe <potaxpotax at gmail.com> wrote:

> hello
> i am trying to come up with some examples to use in a short workshop
> with 11 year old kids using maths to make sound and music (music in
> very loose terms that is). i would love to use pd for this. it can be
> literally anything, as long as they can easily see a relation between
> some basic math concepts (number sequences, patterns, etc.) and the
> sounds they hear while interacting with the patches. the goal is not
> to have the kids write the patches, but to make them *play* with them.
> does anyone have any ideas for this? useful, easy to understand math
> concepts that could be turned into little musical devices?
> any feedback will be greatly appreciated!
> cheerio
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