West Coast synthesis is yours for a song, by combining a free/donationware download with Reaktor. And now Cloudlab 200t just got a major V2 upgrade.
L’atelier Bing Bang proposé par Paul Collins aux étudiants de l’Esam, vient de se terminer pour la septième année consécutive. Une page dédiée vous permet d’écouter les enregistrements des représentations publiques ici !
Documentaire consacré au compositeur et philosophe John Cage ( 1912 – 1992) , figure incontournable du XX ème siècle. Le silence, le hasard, les bruits, le happening, le piano préparé, John Cage aura bouleversé la musique et le monde de l’Art.
Moog Music have announced they’re painstakingly recreating a 1969 modular classic. So we asked the engineers why they’d do that – and why it costs 35 grand. It’s clear now that Moog has two lines of products. The Moog Music products most people buy really are distinct from this. When founder Bob Moog relaunched his […]
This installation operates on unique batteries that generate electricity using my blood. The electric current produced by the batteries powers a small electronic algorithmic synth module. This module creates generative sound composition that plays via a small speaker. The blood used in the installation was stored up gradually over 18 months. The conservation included a number of manipulations to preserve the blood’s chemical composition, color, homogeneity and sterility to avoid bacterial contamination. The total amount of blood conserved was around 4.5 liters; it was then diluted to yield 7 liters, the amount required for the installation. The blood was diluted with distilled water and preservatives such as sodium citrate, antibiotics, antifungal agents, glucose, glycerol etc. The last portion of blood (200ml) was drawn from my arm during the performance presentation, shortly before the launch of the installation.
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Kapelica gallery, Ljubljana, 06-09.12.2016.
If The Mad Music Machine thought that getting young Caitlin in her Christmas crown to explain modular clock signals would grab attention … they were right.