Apps like RJDJ for the iPhone and its Android counterpart, sceneplayer, easily lets composers create algorthmic and interactive albums using pure data.
This workshop will outline the process of making "scenes" and how to go one step further by create standalone apps (using openframeworks, cinder or processing) that use "libpd" as their sound engine.
The workshop is being held by Göran Sandström, student at the Interactive Sound Design programme as well as teacher in the summer course in Interactive Sound at the University of Kristianstad.
During the workshop, Synchroid, an app created by Göran Sandström for Android, which uses libpd will be explained in detail (development process etc).
You can check out the app here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.veqtronix.android
Students can bring a laptop (preferably running OSX or Windows), having pure data vanilla preinstalled is recommended. IOS users will need mac laptops to upload scenes to RJDJ.
Installation files for various software will be available during the workshop.