The workshop runs Jan 22-25, 9:30 AM-5 PM (Lecture 9:30-11:15, coffee break, briefing & start of lab session 11:30-12:30, lunch break 12:30-2, lab session with instructor support 2-5)

The beginner session (Thursday - Friday) is for users with a basic familiarity with the Max/MSP tutorials but who may not have had further experience. The advanced session (Saturday - Sunday) is for more experienced users to introduce technologies developed at CNMAT and to incorporate them into a functioning concert patch. Users who participate in the beginner session should be prepared for the advanced session.

The workshop will be held in Nice at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional, 127 avenue Brancolar and at the Centre International de Recherche Musicale, 33 avenue Jean Médecin. Each morning will start with a brief lecture introducing important concepts and a variety of hands-on programming projects based on these concepts. Each afternoon’s lab assignment will solidify students’ understanding of the most important ideas; additional projects will be available for faster or more advanced students.

This workshop marks the beginning of a new educational series organized collectively by CNMAT (UC Berkeley), CIRM and the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Nice. This year’s workshop will be free of charge, thanks to the FACE/French American Cultural Exchange program. FACE has been supporting the CNMAT/CIRM/CRR/UNSA partnership since 2004. To register, contact Florian Gourio at CIRM +33 (0) 493 88 74 68 Monday through Friday mornings, or send an e-mail to gourio [at] cirm-manca [dot] org

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Thursday, January 22, 2009, 4:00pm to Monday, January 26, 2009 12:00am