Difference between revisions of "Sonic Pi"

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[[Sam Aaron]]
 
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Collaborators:
 
 
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* [[Carrie-Anne Philbin]]
 
* [[Alan Blackwell]]
 
* [[Dominic Orchard]]
 
  
 
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[[improcess]] - [[Ian Cross]], [[Julio d'Escrivan]], [[Richard Hoadley]], [[Tom Hall]], [[Nicholas Cook]], [[Simon Peyton Jones]], [[Tim Regan]], [[Chris Nash]], [[Jenny Judge]], [[Nick Collins]]
 
[[improcess]] - [[Ian Cross]], [[Julio d'Escrivan]], [[Richard Hoadley]], [[Tom Hall]], [[Nicholas Cook]], [[Simon Peyton Jones]], [[Tim Regan]], [[Chris Nash]], [[Jenny Judge]], [[Nick Collins]]
  
[[Sonic Pi Live and Coding]] - Daniel Brine,  Pam Burnard, Michelle Brace, Franzi Florack, Michael Corley, Steph Hogger, Martin Russell,  Matthew Gunn,  Rachel, Juneau (names), all Pop-Pi video artists, Ben, other teachers
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[[Sonic Pi Live and Coding]] - [[Rachel Drury]], Daniel Brine,  Pam Burnard, Michelle Brace, Franzi Florack, Michael Corley, Steph Hogger, Martin Russell,  Matthew Gunn, Juneau Projects, Pop-Pi video artists, Ben, other teachers
  
 
[[Defining Pi]] - Rachel Drury, Nicola Buckley, Gareth Bell-Jones, Chooc Ly Tan, Kate Owens, Rob Smith, Richard Healy
 
[[Defining Pi]] - Rachel Drury, Nicola Buckley, Gareth Bell-Jones, Chooc Ly Tan, Kate Owens, Rob Smith, Richard Healy
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* [[Robert Mullins]]
 
* [[Andy Rice]]
 
* [[Andy Rice]]
 
 
* Technical inspirations and/or advice
 
 
Andrew Sorensen
 
Synth algorithms / designs (e.g. the book you've used) Any Rainbow / CL members you have technical discussions with. Dominic Orchard,  Luke? Alistair? Ian Davies?
 
  
 
Raspberry Pi Foundation
 
Raspberry Pi Foundation
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Performance collaborators
  
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Jonathan Graham
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Afrodita Nikolova
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Organ: Alex Coplan
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Piano:
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Research communities
 
Research communities
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Students who have worked with Sonic Pi in the Computer Lab
 
Students who have worked with Sonic Pi in the Computer Lab
  
[[Giovanna Dimitri]], [[Alexander Simpson]], [[Emily Fox]], the drumming attempts … [[Biko Agozino]], [[Karolis Dziedzelis]], [[Ruairi Dorrity], [[Mona Niknafs]], [[Janie Sinclair]]
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[[Giovanna Dimitri]], [[Alexander Simpson]], [[Emily Fox]], [[Biko Agozino]], [[Karolis Dziedzelis]], [[Ruairi Dorrity], [[Mona Niknafs]], [[Janie Sinclair]], [[Alistair Stead]]
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:33, 16 September 2016

With funding from the Raspberry Pi Foundation, this project developed an experimental school curriculum for teaching programming through the medium of digital music. Using the Raspberry Pi as a standalone music synthesis engine, students can connect a keyboard and screen to define their own programs expressing musical structure. In the process, they acquire a range of fundamental computer science concepts and basic programming skills. Curriculum development and a pilot series of lessons were created in collaboration with a school in a low-income area of East London.

Project leader:

Sam Aaron

Linked Crucible projects:

improcess - Ian Cross, Julio d'Escrivan, Richard Hoadley, Tom Hall, Nicholas Cook, Simon Peyton Jones, Tim Regan, Chris Nash, Jenny Judge, Nick Collins

Sonic Pi Live and Coding - Rachel Drury, Daniel Brine, Pam Burnard, Michelle Brace, Franzi Florack, Michael Corley, Steph Hogger, Martin Russell, Matthew Gunn, Juneau Projects, Pop-Pi video artists, Ben, other teachers

Defining Pi - Rachel Drury, Nicola Buckley, Gareth Bell-Jones, Chooc Ly Tan, Kate Owens, Rob Smith, Richard Healy

Computer Lab Advisors:

Raspberry Pi Foundation

Eben Upton, Liz Upton, Philip Colligan, Lance Howarth, Carrie Anne Philbin, Alex Bradbury, Jack Lang, Andy Hopper, Alan Mycroft, David Cleeveley, Alan Mycroft, Robert Mullins

  • Other funders and donors

AHRC, NESTA, Arts Council of England, Pi-Hut, Moog


Performance collaborators

  • Ben
  • Jonathan Graham
  • Afrodita Nikolova
  • Organ: Alex Coplan
  • Piano:

Research communities

Dagstuhl seminar on Learning in Live Coding - Alex McLean, Julian Rohrhuber, Alan Blackwell, James Noble

AHRC Live Coding Research Network - Alex McLean and Thor Magnusson

The TOPLAP manifesto authors, including Alex McLean, Nick Collins, Julian Rohrhuber and others

Students who have worked with Sonic Pi in the Computer Lab

Giovanna Dimitri, Alexander Simpson, Emily Fox, Biko Agozino, Karolis Dziedzelis, [[Ruairi Dorrity], Mona Niknafs, Janie Sinclair, Alistair Stead