Robin Parmar is creating music and tutorials
11

patrons

$22
per month

Welcome!


I love finding solutions to your problems.

Maybe I helped you with a Max question, solved an annoying programming bug, donated a photo for your book, or made some music you enjoy. We could have met in a Facebook group, on a forum, or at a workshop.

Maybe you read my articles on field recording, Korg Volcas, Arduino coding... or enjoyed my record reviews... or film recommendations... The Theatre of Noise has 730 posts, so there are many reasons you might be here.

Maybe you are simply curious about media technology, this wonderful mix of beauty and wonder and sheer frustration we deal with every day. I will be sharing cool stuff I find each week, to keep us inspired and focused.

I have been teaching at university for some years, but am looking for a less structured way to engage with learners. Let's try this Patreon platform together, as an experiment in sharing.

Besides the open content, there are two rewards tiers.

Creative Solutions

This is the most accessible option, designed for everybody. Ask me questions about coding and audio recording. Get access to exclusive solutions.

Music Lover

Gain access to music well in advance of its release, plus exclusive tracks. The majority of what I create never gets published. It has always frustrated me that some of my best music is heard only by close friends. Well, now you can be part of that group!
Tiers
Creative Solutions
$1 or more per month 6 patrons
Want to improve your audio knowledge, Max chops, or coding skills? This tier unlocks helpful tutorials and reviews. These are written in response your needs, so hook up and start asking me questions.

Or maybe you simply want to thank me for an article that saved you time and headaches. Or that photo I shot for your band's website. This is the place!
Music Lover
$3 or more per month 4 patrons
Jump the queue. Get access to music well in advance of its release, plus exclusive tracks. The majority of what I create never gets published. Some of my best music has been heard only by close friends. Now you can be part of that group!

Welcome!


I love finding solutions to your problems.

Maybe I helped you with a Max question, solved an annoying programming bug, donated a photo for your book, or made some music you enjoy. We could have met in a Facebook group, on a forum, or at a workshop.

Maybe you read my articles on field recording, Korg Volcas, Arduino coding... or enjoyed my record reviews... or film recommendations... The Theatre of Noise has 730 posts, so there are many reasons you might be here.

Maybe you are simply curious about media technology, this wonderful mix of beauty and wonder and sheer frustration we deal with every day. I will be sharing cool stuff I find each week, to keep us inspired and focused.

I have been teaching at university for some years, but am looking for a less structured way to engage with learners. Let's try this Patreon platform together, as an experiment in sharing.

Besides the open content, there are two rewards tiers.

Creative Solutions

This is the most accessible option, designed for everybody. Ask me questions about coding and audio recording. Get access to exclusive solutions.

Music Lover

Gain access to music well in advance of its release, plus exclusive tracks. The majority of what I create never gets published. It has always frustrated me that some of my best music is heard only by close friends. Well, now you can be part of that group!

Recent posts by Robin Parmar

Tiers
Creative Solutions
$1 or more per month 6 patrons
Want to improve your audio knowledge, Max chops, or coding skills? This tier unlocks helpful tutorials and reviews. These are written in response your needs, so hook up and start asking me questions.

Or maybe you simply want to thank me for an article that saved you time and headaches. Or that photo I shot for your band's website. This is the place!
Music Lover
$3 or more per month 4 patrons
Jump the queue. Get access to music well in advance of its release, plus exclusive tracks. The majority of what I create never gets published. Some of my best music has been heard only by close friends. Now you can be part of that group!