Our next Audio Programmer Monthly Meetup will be on July 13th at 18:30 BST. We will be fully virtual on this website and on YouTube, where you can join us to share your thoughts, join in the conversation and ask questions of the presenters.
Gerhard Behles (CEO, Ableton)
“Beyond the Code” is a section of the meetup where we are able to speak with key individuals in music tech about their journey and perspectives on audio development.
This month we welcome Gerhard Behles, co-founder and CEO of Ableton, one of the most exciting music tech companies within our industry.
We invite you to submit questions for Gerhard! Please send your question to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will accept questions until Friday at 12pm BST.
Sam Tarakajian & Alex Van Gils (Cycling ’74)
“Nestup—A Language for Musical Rhythms”
The programs we use to make music have a lot of implicit decisions baked into them, especially in their graphical interfaces. Nestup began as a thought experiment—we were trying to see if embedding a text editor inside Live could open up new creative possibilities. We think the answer is that yes, text can work well alongside a piano roll and a traditional musical score, as a concise and expressive way to define complex rhythms.
About The Audio Programmer Monthly Meetups
We invite you to join us every 2nd Tuesday of the month for the Audio Programmer Meetup! These meetups are a way for us to exchange knowledge, ask questions and meet with other audio programmers throughout the world.
We invite you to join us no matter where you may be in your audio programming journey, whether you are a software developer, student, artist, or just generally interested in finding out more about audio technology.
Inclusion is at the core of our meetups, and we follow the Berlin Code of Conduct. For more information, please read more here https://berlincodeofconduct.org
Submit a Talk for the Meetup
We host monthly presentations from those looking to share their discoveries in music tech and software development. Some example topics include:
Exploring cutting edge technologies for audio development
Best practices for real-time programming
Music information retrieval
If you are interested in presenting a talk or demo, please submit here.