John Harding

John Harding is Learning Technologist at Ulster University Magee and works within various areas which oscillate between the fields of Music and Creative Technologies.

Johns work has particular focus on the development of new interfaces for musical expression and he owns and operates the popular creative tech blog site brrr.ink, which details forays into areas spanning Synthesis, Creative Coding, Music Technologies, Electronics, Rapid Prototyping and Creative Visuals. He is also head of electronic and hardware design at Delta Sound Labs, based in Memphis Tennessee.

Talk and Demo: CTRL Hardware Showcase

Tuesday 20th March, 7.00–7.30 pm

Location: MU207, New Teaching Block, Magee

Event Cost: Free

John will be speaking about and demonstrating his new CTRL modular interface system which aims to sever pre-existing boundaries for inter-device communication with analog synthesisers.

 

John will be speaking about and demonstrating his new CTRL modular interface system which aims to sever pre-existing boundaries for inter-device communication with analog synthesisers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CTRL has been developed from the ground up over an eighteen month period with one goal in mind; to enable high resolution control of analog synthesisers from a multitude of devices and technologies including PC, Mac and Linux running software applications including Max, Max4Live and Pure Data.

This development also opens the doors to use more novel embedded hardware devices such as Raspberry Pi and Android TV boxes as the synthesis control system

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