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Future Audio Workshop + Create Digital Music

Saturday 25th October

Time: 1pm - 9pm (includes all events, read timetable below)

The Digital Hub: The Auditorium, Digital Exchange, The Digital Hub, Crane St, Dublin 8

Free Admission: to guarantee entry contact please to hold your place

* Workshop from FAW (Future Audio Workshop, Irl) with special guest Peter Kirn (Create Digital Music, USA)

1.00pm – 1.40pm FAW [Future Audio Workshop]
1.50pm – 2.30pm Peter Kirn [Create Digital Music

* Irish premiere of Totally Wired (documentary film about Schneider’s Bureau in Berlin, followed by Q+A from Andreas Schneider and director Niamh Ahern.)

2.50pm – 4.10pm Totally Wired Film [Dir. Niamh Ahern]
4.10pm - 5.10pm Andreas Schneider [Schneider’s Bureau]

* BBC Radiophonic Workshop presented by Dave Vorhaus and Mark Jenkins. (White Noise, UK).

5.30pm – 6.30pm Dave Vorhaus & Mark Jenkins [White Noise / BBC Radiophonic Workshop

7.00pm – 8.00pm Diffusion Concert / Soundings

8.00pm – 9.00pm Spatial Music Collective Concert




Future Audio Workshop
Future Audio Workshop is a pan european collective of engineers, programmers and designers, with the main office based in Galway, Ireland. Formed in 2007, FAW’s main aim is to create and develop exciting new audio software for the international community of musicians, sound designers and live performance artists. This work has so far resulted in the release of Circle, a software synthesizer based on making sound design more accessible to the general computer musician.

Create Digital Music
Peter Kirn is a composer, media artist and technology writer based in New York.
Peter publishes and edits the sites CreateDigitalMusic and CreateDigitalMotion and writes for MAKE, Macworld, Keyboard and Computer Music magazine. He is also the author of Real World Digital Audio, a book on making music with computers.
Gavin Burke from Future Audio Workshop and Peter Kirn will hold an informal workshop on making music with your computer, giving advice on how to get setup and how to develop your own custom made audio tools.

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