Networked Improvisation in TidalCycles

Martin Gius

A workshop on collaborative, networked live-coding and music improvisation.
Off Stage Stands - Montag ab 17:30
Off Stage

This workshop will give a brief introduction to the live-coding language TidalCycles and how it can be used for networked, collaborative creation of music. Tidal is a beginner friendly language - no prerequisites in programming or music needed.

Using the code-editor flok, participants interact on the same document simultaneously and execute code in real-time remotely on their own laptops. The focus lies in explorative interactions within the possibilities language provides to create music as a networked ensemble.

After the workshop, all participants are invited to perform together as a newly formed live-coding ensemble in the evening program of re:publica.