Brooklyn’s Vaudeville Park has announced a series of workshops on Electronics In Music. Attendees can learn about making their own electronic instruments and devices.
Vaudeville Park is a Brooklyn, NY non-profit, whose mission is showcasing unique and affordable community arts programming.
Here’s an outline of the courses:
Course A in February
- Week 1- “Money-Saving Skills for Musicians”: Build your own contact mics for acoustic instruments, and save $$$ by making your own instrument cables.
- Week 2- “Hands-On Synthesis Workshop”: This workshop includes synthesis history, theory, and most importantly, hands on sound design using rare analog keyboards from our collection.
- Week 3- “Instant Circuit Bending”: Bring our own electronic toy to take apart and make music with!! A favorite. You’ll learn the basic skills of circuit bending in minutes and begin making warped sounds with ease. All tools provided.
Course B in March
- Week 1- “The Two-Hour Theremin”: build your own light-sensitive Theremin in just one class. Then, pimp your new instrument with custom colors and containers.
- Week 2- “Hands-On Synthesis Workshop”: Version B.
- Week 3- “Instant Circuit Bending”: Version B.
- $50 per Workshop
- $140 for a 3 week Course
See the Vaudeville Park site for details on the classes.