Kyma Symposium in Barcelona

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If you’re into sound-design, you’re the lucky owner of a Kyma, or simply a potential user, here’s something you don’t want to miss (and it’s a good chance for a nice holiday too!)…

From the official press release, on Cristian Vogel’s erutufon forum:

“The First International Kyma User Symposium – Barcelona 2009

Symbolic Sound Corporation‘s Kyma X is a powerful visual programming language for music and sound, originally created in 1987 and still going strong today. The Kyma sound design environment is used by composers, researchers and sound designers for realtime sound generation and manipulation.
The First International Kyma Symposium will be held from the 8-11 October 2009 at the Niu Espai Artistic Contemporani in Poble Nou, Barcelona.
Current and potential Kyma practitioners are invited to attend an in-depth 3 day interactive conclave devoted to the technical and artistic aspects of the Kyma sound design language.

The preliminary program includes master classes presented by Carla Scaletti and Kurt Hebel, the creators of Kyma, papers and demos presented by Kyma practitioners and professional users , plus a program of concerts, installations and performances in the Niu art space of Poble Nou.

Cost: €80 for the workshops and concerts and lunch.

Organisers: Station 55 Productions in co-operation with Niu, Symbolic Sound, TC Electronic Spain and the LEM Festival.

To register your attendance and pay the fee, please register with Erutufon forum first.
Further and updated info on this thread. Enjoy Kyma and Barcelona!

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