THE ART OF SHADER PROGRAMMING
THIS WORKSHOP IS FREE TO ATTEND AND IS A PART OF THE EYE FOR AN EAR FESTIVAL
Shaders are small programs that run on the graphic cards of computers. They are a bit strange to deal with but executes extremely fast. In this workshop we will program shaders to make realtime graphics with audio signals as input material. That means… we take some sound, draw the waveform in some way, and last apply some shader to get weird and wonderful looking shapes generated by the audio.
Please Pre-Register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The graphics we will code in C++ using the Cinder framework, and the audio can come from a microphone, a sound file or some other realtime synthesis program like SuperCollider or PureData.
Aimed at people with a bit of knowledge in programming, but will also be accessible for others. We will provide a lot of examples to hack – you should provide the sound via your favorite sound files or synthesis programs.
Workshop Leader: fredrikolofsson.com
2003-2012 redfrik. alias for my own audiovisual work. solo performances in sweden, holland, uk, japan, germany, poland, greece, spain
2001-2012 /f0. alias for my video related work. many collaborations, installations, performances. all over europe, asia, america, australia
2000-2012 musicalfieldsforever. a 10+ years collaboration. exhibitions and research projects mainly in the scandinavian countries.
2003-2009 klipp av. defunct audiovisual duo. performed in 9 countries including tours in japan, usa & australia
2006 computer music journal sum06+dvd: ‘klipp av: live algorithmic splicing & audiovisual event capture’
2004 read_me04: ‘live algorithm programming & a temporary organisation for its promotion’. co-author
2003 icmc2003: ‘a protocol for audiovisual cutting’. co-author with nick collins
2010 ‘artistic constraints’. esmuc, barcelona, spain
2008 ‘media arts & new productions’. ycam, yamaguchi, japan
2008 ‘one-bit music’. [in]tolerance, club-transmediale, berlin, germany
2007 ‘live coding practise – another month’. loss livecode festival, sheffield, uk
2006 ‘klipp av keynote’. acmc06, adelaide, australia
selected work experience:
2011-2015 hardware and software developer. the rhyme research project, oslo, norway
2009-2013 teacher. audiovisual programming course. universität der künste, berlin, germany
2005-2008 teacher. sound/music programming course. kristianstad university, sweden
2007 software developer. ifields research project, certec/furuboda, lund, sweden
2004-2006 research fellow. prof. mark d’inverno, university of westminster, london, uk
1996-2000 master of fine arts: composition. royal university college of music, stockholm, sweden
1994-1996 diploma: arrangement & composition. luleå university of technology, sweden
2009 summer residency. as composer for the european bridges ensemble, hamburg, germany
2008 6 months, artist in residence, iamas, japan