Earslap · Procedural music, art, computation and some other things. Concerts et arts numériques : sélection des scénos 2015. Non-Human Rhythms 1. Non-Human Rhythms 1 is the first of a series of live recordings featuring different micro-organism and there bio-electrical activity translated in to a sound process.
In this release listen to 30 minutes of signal originated in bacterial fuel cells. System connections and distribution: Water Nest 100: An Eco-Friendly, Solar-Powered Home Made With Near 100% Recycled Materials. What do you call a home that can sit on small or large bodies of calm water, is eco-friendly, solar-powered, and made from 98% recycled materials.
I call it amazing, but the design group, Giancarlo Zema, called it the Water Nest 100. Giancarlo Zema is based in Rome and specializes in semi-submerged architectural structures, marine parks, floating habitats, yacht and interior design. They designed the Water Nest 100 for EcoFloLife, a company based in London that manufactures and sells eco-friendly floating residential structures. I think they hit a big winner with this model. The top of the Water Nest is constructed with 60 square meters of amorphous photovoltaic panels (solar panels) that can generate 4 kWp. kWp stands for kilowatt peak or the amount of power the solar panels can produce in ideal conditions.
Solar panels on the roof can generate 4 kWp. Ligeti - Artikulation. Every Noise at Once. Deep symphonic black metal progressive uplifting trance vintage french electronic deep indie singer-songwriter underground latin hip hop christian alternative rock.
The Sound of Empty Space - Everyday Listening - Sound Art, Sound Installations, Sonic Inspiration. Feedback is a phenomenon which is not uncommon in sound art.
Steve Reich’s Pendulum Music used swinging microphones over speakers to create different tones in a certain rhythm, already back in 1968. There is something primeval about feedback, the way it can run out of control and become chaotic. Because of that, it’s no wonder there are still a lot of artists working with it. (all photos by Emily Gan) Scientists Are Making Music with Slime Mold and Whale Songs. Down on the southwest coast of England, the Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival recently celebrated its tenth birthday.
Run in collaboration with Plymouth University and the Interdisciplinary Center for Computer Music Research (ICCMR) which is housed there, the festival is an epicenter for musical experimentation and research into far-out sonification and musification techniques. This year's theme is biomusic, a niche field of centered around biological processes that inform and create musical compositions, be they artificially intelligent virtual whales jamming with a saxophonist, a biocomputer run on slime mold doing a duet on the piano, or data collated from British woodland ecosystems turning into music.
Over the weekend, a series of gala performances explored some of the concepts and ideas that the students and professors at Plymouth University had been working on over the past year. The festival's directors, Simon Ible and Eduardo R. 雨音の由来. Tom Thum: The orchestra in my mouth. Splice. These 20 Unorthodox Instruments Are Making the Music of the Future. The Margaret Guthman Musical Instrument Competition doesn’t crown any old clarinet or guitar.
Nicknamed the “X-Prize of musical instruments,” the annual Georgia Tech competition showcases the revolutionary ideas and innovations that are changing the way music is made and experienced, and highlights some of the best instrument makers in the world. “A lot of what the judges have to deal with is trying to define for themselves what it means to be a musical instrument. Then they can begin to understand what is an effective or a particularly exemplary or transformative example,” explains Jason Freeman, an assistant professor at the school of music in the preview video.
This year, the competition featured 20 semifinalists, with instruments that ranged from sculptable interfaces to the Space Age string instrument, the Yaybahar. William Basinski - d. Orbits - Generative Music (Android app) VANISH. Sounds of Science: The Mystique of Sonification. Bob Corn - I Miss You. A 96 channel audio installation. Vocal Vibrations: Expressive Performance for Body-Mind Wellbeing. Tod Machover, Charles Holbrow, Elena Jessop, and Rebecca Kleinberger.
Vocal Vibrations explores the relationships between human physiology and the resonant vibrations of the voice. The voice is an instrument everyone possesses. It is incredibly individual, infinitely expressive, and intimately linked to the physical form. In collaboration with Le Laboratoire in Paris and The Dalai Lama Center at MIT, we are examining the hypothesis that the singing voice can influence mental and physical health through physicochemical phenomena and in ways consistent with contemplative practices. We are developing a series of multimedia experiences, from solo "meditations" to group "singing circles," that explore possible emotional, cognitive, and physical transformations, all in an enveloping context of immersive music.
Stephen Barrass – Portfolio. The art of sonification - An interview with Jonas Gruska. Born in Czechoslovakia.
Studied at Institute of Sonology in The Hague (Netherlands) and at Music Academy in Cracow (Poland). Works mostly with computers and electronics as a musician and sound artist under his civil name, or as Mrkva or Binmatu. He has authored interactive poems and visual performances, and is also a developer of open source computer instruments, artistic software and hardware. Gave workshops on city sonification, printed circuit board design, and programming for artists. Performed and exhibited his work in Belgium, Czech Republic, Finland, Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia; on festivals such as Kraak (Belgium), Audio Art (Poland), Mélos-Ethos (Slovakia) or Next (Slovakia). You describe yourself as a sonologist where composing means writing code and writing algorithms is writing music, and yet you seem to apply an empiric approach rather than a scientific one when creating specific works. Regarding my music, it varies quite a bit.
"Can You Dig It? - The '70s Soul Experience (disc 6)" by Various. Imrat Khan - Surbahar - Raga Darbari. Abaji - Transe Eastern Blues. New media art, live media performance, sound design. Lunar Grave. Watch The First 54 Seconds. That’s All I Ask. You’ll Be Hooked After That, I Swear. The Unusual Instrument That Made Disney Music. Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi - Black - starring Norah Jones. JOS Home Page. CHARLES IVES - CENTRAL PARK IN THE DARK. Outillage. Great North Fest 09/27-29/2013.
Goldmund: Threnody. Réécouter l'émission Electromania. Fennesz - Vacuum. Tom mays. Designing Ambiences in Max/MSP. Guest article by Andreas Jonsson.
All : Kassel Jaeger. Anoushka Shankar plays 'Pancham Se Gara'. STUDIES FOR A SELF-PORTRAIT by Alex Nowitz. DRONE 2. A Whiter Shade Of Pale - Procol Harum. The Box Tops - The Letter. Richard bona bass - Google Search. Jeremy Soule. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.
Marccanham.com. Trevor Jones (composer) Trevor Alfred Charles Jones (born 23 March 1949) is a South African orchestral film score composer. Although not especially well known outside the film world, he has composed for numerous films and his music has been critically acclaimed for both its depth and emotion. At the age of five, Jones already had decided to become a film composer. In 1967 he attended the Royal Academy of Music in London with a scholarship and afterwards worked for five years for the BBC on reviews of radio and television music. Clint Mansell. Clinton Darryl "Clint" Mansell, (born 7 January 1963) is an English musician, composer, and former lead singer of the band Pop Will Eat Itself. Career Pop career Soundtrack composer Film trailers Michael McCann (composer) Michael McCann (also known as Behavior) is a Canadian composer for television, video games, and film.
Remote Control Productions Team. Lalo Schifrin. Biography Schifrin was born Boris Claudio Schifrin in Buenos Aires to Jewish parents. His father, Luis Schifrin, led the second violin section of the orchestra at the Teatro Colón for three decades. At the age of six, Schifrin began a six-year course of study on piano with Enrique Barenboim, the father of the pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim. Michael Andrews (musician)
In early 2000, Nancy Juvonen's brother Jim Juvonen gave Andrews a copy of the script for the as-yet-unmade feature film Donnie Darko. As had happened across Hollywood, Andrews was blown away by Richard Kelly’s idea. He recalled "[e]veryone knew Donnie Darko was going to be a cool movie. Everyone knew it was interesting. " Karlheinz Essl: composer / performer - www.essl.at. Décor Sonore. Accueil » La Compagnie Dirigée par le compositeur Michel Risse, la compagnie Décor Sonore est un outil de composition et de réalisation unique en son genre, dédié à la création sonore en espace libre. Dans des formes extrêmement intimes ou pouvant rassembler des milliers de spectateurs, ce « théâtre de sons » plein de poésie et d’émotion métamorphose les objets quotidiens et les espaces urbains en instruments de musique, et les passants ordinaires en mélomanes exigeants.
Reconnue internationalement comme l’une des compagnies françaises les plus innovantes, Décor Sonore est aussi un « lieu de fabrique » sans équivalent tourné vers la création sonore en espace libre et vers la transmission et la sensibilisation à l’écologie sonore. Numéro de licence: 753142 - 6ème catégorie. Re: Sound Bottle. Mogees - Gesture recognition with contact-microphones. Gravité (Gravity) Joseph butch rovan. Le Bon Accueil – Lieu d'art contemporain- Sound Art. Thomas Köner - Nuuk (air) OBAMA HARMONIZED BY CHASSOL (FULL SPEECH)
Ryoji Ikeda - Data.Microhelix. Biography - Diego Dall’Osto. Ryoji ikeda Pierre-Laurent Cassière. ROBIN MINARD - INSTALLATIONS. 500 Greatest Songs of All Time: R.E.M., Losing My Religion.