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Sunday, May 20 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Minimoog Ensemble Workshop FULL

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In this hands-on workshop with Alexandre Bazin, participants will use Minimoog synthesizers with Moog Phaser 12-Stage and Moog Delay Minifooger to create improvised mini performances. Participants will learn basic ideas about how to create this type of sound textures, how to shape the sound of a synthesizer, and how to group synthesizers create textured electronic and drone music.

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Alexandre Bazin

Alexandre Bazin is a composer and a current member of GRM, based in Paris, France. He holds the master’s degree in electronic music and composition from Conservatory in Bordeaux, France. His work considers the sonic experience, drawing on a rich mix of acoustic instrumentation and... Read More →

Sunday May 20, 2018 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT
Art Institute Room 203