TamTam: Music and sound for the OLPC


TamTam is a suite of three applications/activities developped for the $100 laptop (OLPC) by a team of designers, musicians and programmers at the Faculté de musique de l’Université de Montréal. The team leader is Jean Piché, professor. The team is composed of graduate students Olivier Bélanger, Nathanaël Lécaudé, James Bergstra and Adrian Martin. After a good bit in the summer, Sean Wood lends a hand at times.

You can contact the team at this adress : tamtam [at] studioimaginaire.com

Technical information:

TamTam is written in Python using pyGTK as the GUI library. It uses Csound as it’s sound engine.

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  1. […] TamTam, “a suite of three applications / activities developed for the $100 laptop.” [source]  The program is implemented using Python and PyGTK, and utilizes Csound as its synthesis […]

    Pingback by thumbuki » TamTam, Csound and the OLPC — January 6, 2007 @ 12:48 pm

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