On Tuesday we’ll be kicking off the semester with our first NUSound meeting! We’ll be meeting at 8pm in the Egan research center, room 206.
Gray Barnum, our NUSound Scholarship recipient, will be presenting his DIY MIDI controller. The controller uses arcade buttons, sliders, and dials for an improved user experience. We’ll also be holding EBoard elections after the presentation, so make to stick around to participate in those as well!
This upcoming Tuesday we’ll have a speaker from Cavanaugh Tocci Associates! Kent McKelvie will be presenting a glimpse into the work of an acoustical consultant.
Just a reminder that we’ll be holding our Sound Levitation workshop tonight at 7pm! We’ll be levitating a small object using audio waves alone. If you haven’t already, feel free to come pick up a kit tonight before the workshop!
Tomorrow we’ll be holding our E-Bow hardware workshop! We’ll be handing out kits in Curry Student Center beforehand in room 340 from 6-7 PM. If you’ve filled out the reservation form for the E-Bow, make sure to come pick up your kit! We’ll also be handing out stickers, so feel free to stop by and grab one!
We’ll be meeting with John Snyder of Electronic Audio Experiments tonight at 7pm! John Snyder is the founder of the Boston-based custom pedal company Electronic Audio Experiments.
We’ll be holding our Piezo Drumpad workshop tonight at 7pm! We’ll be using an arduino and a piezo disk to make a MIDI drumpad
Prof. Frengel will be discussing his audio editor Soundbug and the unique twists it adds to the standard audio editor format.
Just a reminder that we’ll be holding our Foley and Sound Editing workshop tonight at 7pm! Stop by to learn more about Foley and to begin building your own sound library!
This upcoming Tuesday we’ll be having a joint meeting with the Acoustical Society of America’s Greater Boston Chapter! There’ll be a brief open chat, and then a presentation on noise and vibration control of ships.
We’ll be holding our NUSound Office Hours tomorrow (2/16)! We’ll be spending this meeting helping people with any potentially unfinished projects from previous workshops
Hi everyone! This is just a reminder that our collaborative workshop with Northeastern Women in Technology is tonight at 7 pm!! We'll be learning about ring modulation and be using Max/MSP to make some cool sci-fi sounds. If you haven't already, download and install...
We’ll be hosting our first workshop of the semester on Tuesday! We’ll be using the Max/MSP visual programming language to make a synth.
We’ll be having our annual Spring Kickoff meeting this upcoming Tuesday at 7pm! We’ll introduce the club and talk about some of our plans for workshops and other activities this semester. Come through and meet the eboard, learn more about the club, and hang out with fellow club members!
We’ll be hosting a (virtual) info session at the Winter Involvement Fair on Thursday. If you’ve never been to a meeting and would like to know more about what we do as a club, feel free to stop by! You can find more info about the fair here and the link to our booth is below.
Hi everyone! Next Tuesday will be our last meeting 🙁 of this semester!! Join us for a chill evening of hanging out and seeing NUSound scholarship winner, ✨Huang✨, present his project progression!
Join us in learning how to use Arduino to analyze pitch and volume and build your own LED-strip infinity mirror that lights up to music!
Join us to learn how you can build your own decade box that can prototype circuits in guitar pedals, filters, and just about anything else!
Hi everyone! It’s finally time for what we’ve all been waiting for… our first hardware workshop of the semester!! ??
Take a break from your busy schedule to learn about the acoustics behind setting up a home studio, building your own isolation gobo/acoustic panels, and a whole lot more! ??