• Testing book in MIT's Digital Instrument Design course

    In the coming months, I am working with Ian Hattwick, a lecturer at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), to use the book within the context of the MIT course 21M.370 Digital Instrument Design. Ian selected a number of chapters to read with the students as part of the course, and has invited me to meet the students at two moments in the course in online lectures. In exchange, both the students and Ian are providing feedback on these chapters, both on the content and the structure of the text.

  • Back to writing

    In the winter semester of the German academic year, I had the opportunity to teach at the Musikhochschule Karlsruhe to the students of Music Informatics. I though two course, closely related to the topic of the book: “Custom Sensors for Sonic Interaction” and “Interactive Sound Design for Performative Contexts”. This put the writing partially on hold, but also gave me the opportunity to try out and work with the contents of the book with the students.

    The teaching weeks are over now, so I am returning to the writing, filling in the gaps in the book that are still there, in order to finish the text before the Summer of this year.

  • Over 100.000 words

    Over the past time, I have been writing steadily: I am now past the 100,000 words mark!

    As I am writing the structure of the book is changing as well, so please take a look at the latest content overview!

  • Work session at Splendor postponed

    The work session at Splendor is postponed to October. The exact dates still need to be determined.

    In the meantime you can respond to the call: > See here for all the information on the worksession.

    In collaboration with Splendor we will ensure that we can provide a safe space according to the regulations to prevent spreading Covid-19.

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