Organizers of ContinuuCon, the Second International Haken Continuum Fingerboard Conference, sent a reminder that anyone who purchases an event ticket by April 30 can do so at “a substantial discount,” with tickets priced at $175 during the month of April and $250 thereafter.
ContinuuCon will take place at the University of North Carolina in Asheville on June 8–10, 2017, to celebrate the Haken Continuum Fingerboard, a groundbreaking electronic musical instrument. The event will include two days of talks, workshops, and demonstrations, with an opening reception, a catered dinner, and concludes with an evening concert that is open to the public.
Among the presenters and performers are Dr. Lippold Haken, the Continuum’s designer; Ed Eagan, developer of the Continuum’s synthesis engine EaganMatrix; world-renowned multi-instrumentalist Rob Schwimmer; French software developer Christophe Duquesne; Finnish software developer Benedict Slotte; and Dr. Wayne Kirby, music professor at UNCA. Topics will include playing and programming techniques, new versiosion 8 capabilities, EaganMatrix effects design, Eurorack CV interfacing, physical modeling, and much more.
Tickets and more information are available on the ContinuuCon website.