Columbia’s Computer Music Center presents a FREE all-day workshop on composition and production, on Sunday 4/14/13, 10am-5pm, at the Center, Prentis Hall, 3rd floor, 632 W. 125th St. The event will feature several noted composers and music coders and technologists.
From their announcement:
The Columbia University Computer Music Center is hosting a day-long workshop on issues arising from ‘production’: the impact of contemporary recording studio and digital-signal processing tools in crafting the sonic presentation of music. We will be especially focussing on the use of these tools, how they influence our musical creativity and the role recording technologies play in shaping the work we do. Towards that end, we have invited a group of musicians and researchers involved in music technology to help lead a community discussion of these issues. All are welcome to participate in this event.
The event is free and open to the public. Full details are at this link. Come on down!