TouchDesigner meetup September - TDAbleton

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Date & Time: Saturday 18th September 2021 4pm UK / 5pm Berlin / 8am LA / 11am NYC

Meetup length 2-hours with option for continuing collaboration in breakout room after the main session for an additional hour. 

Level: Open to all levels 

Meetups are a great way to meet and be inspired by the TouchDesigner community.

What to expect? 

The meetup runs via Zoom, the main session will be 2-hours in length with an additional hour open to the community for collaboration and sharing in breakout rooms.

This session focuses on TDAbleton and will feature presentations from expert practitioners: 

 

1) 47 VIZN (Myles & Jaiden) - TDAbleton for Live with 47Vizn 

  • Presentation: 47 VIZN will be showcasing their setup and how they use TDAbleton for their live performances in TouchDesigner.
  • Bio: Motion Design / New Media art studio using TouchDesigner for audio visual performances 

  • 2) Spherical Aberration (Ioana Bilea) - Ableton OSC to TouchDesigner for live AV

    • Presentation: Spherical Aberration will walk us through how she sends audio via OSC from Ableton to TouchDesigner for live AV shows. It will be a look into her latest live set
    • Bio: Spherical Aberration is an audio visual artist merging ambient sounds with generative visuals, all inspired by the natural world and the occult. Based between Berlin and Copenhagen
    • To find out more: https://www.instagram.com/spherical.aberration/ https://www.facebook.com/sphericalaberration


    3) Ivan DelSol - TDAbleton and TouchDesigner Q&A

    • Description: Answers to questions about all things TDAbleton and some things TouchDesigner
    • Bio: Ivan DelSol is a Python and systems developer for TouchDesigner (derivative.ca) including the TDAbleton package for connecting to Ableton Live. He is also an artist, activist, and small town wizard
    • https://forum.derivative.ca/u/ivan/summary

     


    Following these presentations breakout rooms are created where you can: 

    • Talk to the presenters and ask questions

    • Join a room on topics of your choice

    • Show other participants your projects, ask for help, or help others out

    • Collaborate with others 

    • Meet peers in the chill-out breakout room

     

    Requirements

    • A computer and internet connection
    • A Zoom account 

    Berlin Code of Conduct

    We ask all participants to read and follow the Berlin Code of Conduct and contribute to creating a welcoming environment for everyone.

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