Create your own virtual Synthesizer with Pure Data 

Join us for an engaging workshop where kids will learn the basics of Pure Data, a visual programming language for interactive computer music. Explore fun online tools, code a simple synthesizer, and experiment with crafting unique sounds. The session concludes with each participant contributing to a collaborative music piece to take home. No prior experience required—just bring your curiosity!

Workshop Highlights:

- Discover Pure Data: Learn the essentials of Pure Data, blending coding and music creation.

- Hands-On Coding: Craft your own virtual synthesizer and experiment with coding to generate diverse sounds.

- Create Music Together: Contribute to a collaborative music piece, showcasing your newly acquired skills.

- No Experience Needed: Perfect for beginners—no prior coding or music knowledge necessary.

Join us for a workshop of coding, creativity, and music exploration!


About The Tutor

Boris Allenou is a musician and creative technologist who mainly explores the limitless forms of Sound Art and Sound Ecology by investigating the social role of sonic Eco-systems surrounding us.

His research uses interactive sound installations, talks, workshops, music, radio creations and sound exploration events as mediums to reflect on, propose and conceptualize possible roles, places, meanings, interactions and aesthetics of sounds in our societies.


Event: Saturday 2 March, 10am-12noon
Tickets: £22


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