Category Archives: music

Music Maker: Using NodeJS to Create Songs

In my graduate school career, I had the opportunity with our evolutionary complexity lab to study creating music using neural networks and interactive genetic algorithms. It’s fun to study these two topics together since I enjoy crafting code and music. … Continue reading

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Real Impact – Women in STEAM Conference 2017

I wanted to give a shoutout to one of my favorite “hands on” learning organizations in Macon: Real Impact Center.   Real impact center focuses on helping to inspire the next generation of young ladies to consider careers as science and technology … Continue reading

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10 Tools You’ll Love at SparkMacon Makerspace

SparkMacon is a community space equipped with the tools and grass-roots education required to convert your idea into a reality. We blend the best of art & technology. In this post, I wanted to give you a taste of the … Continue reading

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Why Does the Makers Movement Matter?

As I woke up to attend the Atlanta Makerfaire 2014, I started to reflect upon why I personally get excited about growing the SparkMacon MakerSpace community. Why is building a makerspace community important? Why is growing a community of art and technology … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Why We Should Value Teaching Music

We love the Christmas season since we’re a musical family. My wife and I help lead a small music ministry in our church. I enjoy playing violin, piano, guitar and leading young musicians. I love to make music with my … Continue reading

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Critical review of Seth Godin’s essay on “Art and Science and Making Things”

“Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn’t really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while. That’s because they … Continue reading

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