The Kyma community welcomes your insights! Propose a tutorial or hands-on workshop on some aspect of using Kyma — it could be sound design, it could be related to creating a performance environment for yourself, it could be about sound synthesis or systems for live improvisation in an ensemble.
Do you teach Kyma as part of a course or as a private coach? Are you looking to enhance your reputation as a Kyma guru or to expand your network? Is there something you had to learn the hard way that you’d enjoy helping others learn with the benefit of your hard-won experience? Then we'd love to hear from you!