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Sunday, May 21 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Introduction to Patching FULL

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In this 90-minute workshop, we will cover basic terminology and demystify the process of creating patches on modular synthesizers. Participants will be encouraged to have hands-on experience while creating a patch together. This class is for female-identified and non-binary folks, but all are welcome.

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Talent
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Alissa Derubeis

Alissa DeRubeis is originally from Philadelphia. Alissa relocated to Portland, OR in December 2014 to work with 4MS Company. Alissa teamed up with S1 to become a co-founder of the S1 Synth Library, a non-profit Synth Library dedicated to providing low-cost education and access to local, national, and international artists. Alissa really loves resonance, carefully crafted soundscapes, and sharing her knowledge, especially with female and... Read More →
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Felisha Ledesma

Felisha Ledesma is an artist and organizer based in Portland, OR. Felisha is the Executive Director of S1, an artist-run center that strives to provide engaging, relevant, and critical visual art, performance and education programming. In 2015 Felisha cofounded Women's Beat League throwing workshops, lectures, and parties focused on representing the female-identified and nonbinary views in electronic music.In 2016 Felisha cofounded the S1 Synth... Read More →

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S1 Synth Libraray

S1, an artist-run non-profit, is home to the Synth Library, a publicly-accessible resource in Portland, Oregon. Since spring 2016, the Synth Library has hosted regular workshops and open library hours to educate and empower new people and communities to engage with modular synthesis.



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