Next Tuesday, we will be using the coronavirus genome sequence as a template for writing midi files in Python. Come on by to learn a bit about the MIDI protocol, python programming, and maybe even some biology!
A reminder that tomorrow, Liz Lamour Coreau will be sharing with NUSound her career experiences in acoustics and music technology!
Join us this Tuesday for our headphone preamp workshop! We’ll be using glass vacuum tubes to amplify signals for headphones and recording inputs. There’s no prior experience required; however this build will be fairly tricky, so come ready to solder and learn!
A reminder that our spring reverb workshop is tomorrow! We’ll be building reverb tanks that use springs to mechanically make the reverb sound. No experience is required.
This Tuesday we’ll be holding our own ‘NUSound Office Hours’. The meeting will focus on working on potentially unfinished projects from previous workshops, talking more in-depth about the audio concepts behind them, answering questions about how they work, and walking through how you can expand on them on your own.
A quick reminder that tonight is our DIY audio workshop! This meeting will cover the basics of circuit analysis, and everyone will get hands-on practice building circuits with soldering tools.
We were happy to host NUSound founder Victoria Suha as she returned to give a presentation on her post-grad experiences in audio engineering! There was pizza, free Sonos swag, and a raffle to win a Sonos Beam. It was a blast!
We had a great kickoff meeting last Tuesday! We saw project demos, met other NUSound members, and learned about our plans for the semester.
Come listen to John Snyder talk about his experiences with starting his own pedal company.
Ever wondered what makes one microphone or loudspeaker better than another?
Come hear about DSP Concepts and learn about their audio software products and hiring opportunities
Building up to our upcoming DSP Concepts Workshop in two weeks, we’d like to invite you to our next meeting: intro to digital signal processing!
ASME will be hosting us for a speaker workshop! We’ll show you how to build a speaker you can take home.
Come learn how to write audio desktop apps and plugins using JUCE framework.
Have you ever wanted to make your own guitar pedal? Doesn’t matter if you’re a total beginner or if you’re a pro, you’ll go home with a functioning fuzz circuit to show off to your friends.
When:Monday March 11th7:00 - 8:00PM Where:322 Hayden Hall Hey everyone, we hope your spring break is going well! This upcoming week there will be a hardware workshop. We will be designing a small circuit utilizing BJT transistors, breadboards, and a handful of basic...
Come build your own instrument using an Arduino and Processing! In this workshop, you will create an instrument that can play sounds with capacitive touch sensors, much like an Ototo. At the end of the night, you will be able to bring your instrument home with you!...
Come learn how to DJ! At this meeting, you'll learn how to mix tracks together, add effects, and make better sounding playlists using some simple acoustic techniques. By the end of the workshop, you'll have the software and the skills you need to make mixes on your...
Hey everyone, welcome back! We hope everyone is enjoying the fall semester. Our first meeting of the year is going to be an audio visualizer workshop! You might remember the visualizer as the cool colorful thing you looked at when you were bored and playing around...
We are very excited to announced our final guest speaker, The Arcitype! He is a Boston-based hip hop producer, who has produced for Action Bronson, Chiddy Bang, and Michael Christmas, among others. Get an insider's view of music production and the industry as a whole!...