openFrameworks w/ Nuno Correia

Nuno N. Correia. AVZONE

The New Art Fest ’17


Nuno Correia
Generative Audiovisuals with openFrameworks
25 November, 11a.m – 7 p.m
@ FBAUL – Faculdade de Belas Artes de Lisboa


The workshop will focus on audiovisual composition with openFrameworks and C++ ( It is intended to participants with basic knowledge of programming. The objective will be to develop a small interactive project combining generative sound and image. The workshop will consist of two parts, in two consecutive mornings (7 hours in total).

Pre-requisites for participants:

Basic knowledge of programming (variables, arrays, conditional statements, loops, functions)

Necessary equipment for participants:

Mac with latest Xcode and openFrameworks
Setup guide:


PC with Visual Studio Community 2015 and openFrameworks
Setup guide:


Nuno Correia

Nov 25, 21:30 h – 22:00 h (to be confirmed)
@ The New Art Fest ’17, Lisboa Cidade Aberta
Picadeiro do Museu Nacional de História Natural e da Ciência, Lisboa

AVZones (AudioVisual Zones) is an iPad app for audiovisual performance, composed of an audio sequencer/looper with a visualizer. By default, 3 audiovisual columns or “zones” allow for the manipulation of 3 audio loops. Each zone had 3 XY pads for audio manipulation: pitch shift, delay, and filter. There are 9 sounds available per zone. The application is scalable: the number of zones, XY pads and sounds can be modified in the code. In a performance, only the iPad is used for audiovisuals: the visuals from the iPad are projected behind the performer, and the sound comes from the iPad as well.

AVZones is released as open-source:

In collaboration with Mónica Belo and the Faculdade de Belas Artes de Lisboa

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