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Elliot Inman

Elliot Inman has led workshops in electronics and creative coding on topics ranging from basic electronics and Arduino programming to Fast Fourier Analysis, 8-bit chip synths, MIDI controllers, and the Internet of Things. He developed and led the "Musical Circuits" series as Maker-in-Residence at UNC (Spring 2016), "Quantification: The Art of Making Data" workshop series at NC State (Fall 2016), and "Microcontrollers for the Rest of Us" at the University of Rochester (Fall 2017).   At Knobcon 2016, he presented “Experimental Music: Composing with an Arduino Midi Controller,” demonstrating unusual musical applications for a standard Arduino Uno. At Moogfest 2017, he led the Musical Pencil workshops. His musical roots began playing guitar, piano, and trumpet in various rock and jazz bands and writing pop songs. These days, his main musical interest is experimental music and improvisation with electronics designed to bend time and our expectations of what music can be. 

At Moogfest 2018, he will lead two workshops: one building an 8-bit wavetable circuit and another using Audacity to develop an imaginary soundscape.