Modul@rnice x Synth Library


Series of modular syntesis workshops.

Join us for our first Synth Library meetup next Wednesday. Within the cycle, which will be led by Simon Turnšek, we will focus on learning about modular synthesis, creating ad-hoc lectures and workshops!

**Meetings will take place once per month and will consist of two parts:
➤ first “hands-on patching” on the modules we have at the library
➤ the second part Voltages Chirping Vehemently in which metors will present one patch using the VCV Rack simulator.


Miha Godec

Miha Godec (1988, SI) graduated in 2014 from the Academy of Arts of the University of Nova Gorica (UNG AU) and began his professional career as a photographer. During his studies, he perfected his knowledge at the Portuguese school ESAD (College of Art and Design). Godec already held many photographic and new media exhibitions, both at home and abroad. In addition to creating art installations, he also gives lectures in photography and virtual reality. He also independently carries out educational, scientific, and artistic workshops. Godec pays a lot of attention to the development of new media projects, in which he researches the consequences of anthropogenic impact on aquatic ecosystems, experimenting with water purification, and researching the sonification properties of water, at the intersections of art, science, and new technologies.

Ida Hiršenfelder

Ida Hiršenfelder (beepblip) is a sound artist and archivist. She makes immersive bleepy psychogeographical soundscapes with analogue electronics, DIY and modular synths, field recordings and computer manipulations. She is interested in bioacoustics, experimental music and sound spatialisation. She is a member of the Jata C group for bioacoustics and sound ecologies. Her solo albums Noise for Strings, Vol. 1 (2019) and Noise for Strings, Vol. 2 (2020) were published by the Kamizdat label. She studied Sonology at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague (2021–23).



Simon Turnšek

Simon Turnšek is a member of various collectives, such as Clockwork Voltage, which brings together people interested in modular synthesizers, and OctoSens Community, a community art and research project where participants have created an Arduino-based sensor interface with an internal synthesizer. He lead OctoSens device making workshops, and has participated in two so far, at osmo/zi and as part of the conS exhibition at the Sugar Factory. He is a member of the audio-visual trio Dronišnica, which has presented at many local festivals and events, including the Sajeta and Indigo festivals in Cukrarna, the Clockwork voltage events (in Ljubljana and Nova Gorica) and Slišno in neslišno mesto (Špitalska kapela in Celje). He is currently finishing his studies in Applied Electronics at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana.

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