Xth Sense Workshop with Marco Donnarumma - Newcastle 21st to 25th November 2011
More information about the Xth Sense and a video of a live performance can be viewed on-line at
Please read the above page prior to filling this form and watch the video in the link above.
Participants need to provide their own headphones, external soundcards and laptops with Pd-extended already installed.
Free download is available at
We will work either on Linux or Mac OSX (Mac system have to be 10.6 or newer. If you don't have access to none of them, please download a live distribution of Pure:Dyne at:
Musicians interested in augmenting their favourite musical instrument by means of body gestures are encouraged to bring their instrument along.
There is a limited number of participants allowed on the workshop, and therefore we would like you put your case forward why you would like to be one of these 10 people by answering the question - why you want to attend the workshop.
The cost for taking part in the workshop is subsidised at £50 and that covers the materials for your biosensor that will be made as part of the workshop. You will need to make your own arrangements for food and accommodation if not locally based.
What is your name?
Contact email address
Contact phone number
Are North-East England based?
Are you (tick all that apply):
Full time student
Why do you want to attend the workshop? What do you expect to get out of it?
Do you have previous experience with Pure Data?
What is Pure Data?
None, but eager to learn
I am Miller Puckette!
I will be bringing a laptop, external soundcard and headphones
Yes, I confirm I will be bringing a Linux Laptop with PD extended pre-installed (together with an external soundcard and headphones)
Yes, I confirm I will be bringing a Mac laptop with an OS 10.6 or newer with PD extended pre-installed (together with an external soundcard and headphones)
Yes, I confirm I will be bringing a Window laptop and a CD live-install copy of PureDyne (together with an external soundcard and headphones)
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