Happy Mondays: Live coding workshop with Antonio Roberts

In this two-hour workshop Antonio Roberts will introduce you to the world of live coding. After a short look at how artists and musicians use code to make visuals and music in real time at Algoraves, you will have the chance to make your own visuals using the LiveCodeLab tool.

No coding experience necessary!

You will need:

A Windows, Mac or Linux laptop that can connect to the internet Google Chrome https://www.google.com/chrome/ or Firefox https://www.mozilla.org/en-GB/firefox/

Livecode Festival #2 – Visualists Meetup – 1st September 2018

On Saturday 1st September I’m organising a meetup for visualists as part of Livecode Festival #2 at Access Space in Sheffield:

A session for live coding visualists (at any level) lead by Antonio Roberts (aka hellocatfood), to talk about their tools and how they perform, with focus on Algorave visuals.

A core part of the session will be discussion around key questions for live code visualists; how do you pace yourself in a performance? Should we aim to build up slowly or go straight in with loud visuals? How much can you truly respond to the music? Is it important to show the code, and how does it fit with the musician’s projection?

The session will run from 11:00 – 16:00 and will include workshops in Pure Data/GEM (led by me), Hydra (led by Will Humphries) and Livecodelab (led by Guy John).

Get your tickets here! And whilst you’re in the area get a ticket for the Algorave on the same night at 20:00 😉