Networked_Music_Review / electroacoustic
Scroll to prev post Scroll to next post

Category: electroacoustic

ZVO.ČI.TI. so.und.ing Collection

sounding_collection.jpgCONA Institute for Contemporary Arts Processing presents ZVO.ČI.TI. so.und.ing Collection, a podcast collection of Slovenian sound artists, composers of electroacoustic, experimental, algorithmic, electronic, improvised and composed works. The DVD release of the ZVO.ČI.TI so.und.ing Collection represents the final part of the multi-year project devised to be a continuous production of thematic radio and podcast audio programmes about specific authors and works of theirs that were created in the studio or performed live.

The purpose of the project is to connect and highlight Slovenian authors who make contemporary music in the music performance, sound, intermedia, performing, online and other areas and to present them, using existing communication possibilities, into the wider arena of world contemporary sound creativity. Continue reading


Jan 22, 2012
Comments (0)

Live Stage: Tribute to Marianne Amacher [us Cambridge, MA]

maryanneamacher_250×345.jpgIntelligent Life :: The Second Tribute to Commemorate Electroacoustic Pioneer Marianne Amacher :: Saturday, October 22, 2011 from 4–9 p.m. :: MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology – ACT Cube, 20 Ames St., Cambridge, MA ::

4–6 PM Talks by Jana Winderen, Marina Rosenfeld, and Christopher Bergevin. Moderated by Micah Silver.
7–8 PM Sonic presentation by Jana Winderen
8–9 PM Diagram/for room and phonographic loudspeaker, sonic installation by Marina Rosenfeld
Curated by Ute Meta Bauer, ACT Director

October 22, 2011, marks the second anniversary of the passing of electroacoustic pioneer and CAVS fellow Maryanne Amacher. Intelligent Life is the title of an unrealized media opera that Amacher worked on for over a decade. Continue reading


Oct 21, 2011
Comments (0)

Live Stage: Patterns + Pleasure Festival [nl Amsterdam]

toktek-small.jpgPatterns + Pleasure Festival :: a new festival for adventurous electronic music in Amsterdam :: organized by STEIM ((Studio for electro-instrumental music) :: September 26-28, 2010 :: Theater Frascati, Nes 63 Amsterdam, Netherlands ::

For 42 years STEIM has helped local and international artists build their own dream instruments. The Patterns + Pleasure Festival will feature some of the newest and most adventurous approaches in today’s live electronic music. Every artist brings their own unique rendition of musical styles and genres – from Industrial Drone to Instrumental Hip-Hop and Tuvan singing to Boogie-Woogie-Noise. Continue reading


Sep 5, 2011
Comments (0)

Live Stage: Certain Sundays [de Berlin]

hartman.jpgCertain Sundays is pleased to announce its 2011 spring-summer calendar:: Certain Sundays is a salon at SOWIESO, a monthly sound & music salon in Berlin. After a pause in Fall 2010, they have a very exciting program this year which they hope you will be able to attend! More details can be found on their new website: www.certainsundays.de

February 27, 2011 from 17:00-19:00 Uhr :: Peter Behrends: soundso and Hanna Hartman: The Importance of Getting Lost:: SOWIESO, Weisestraße 24, 12049 Berlin, U8 Leinestraße :: conversations in English or Deutsch :: complimentary coffee & cake :: Admission: 5€

Peter Behrendsen: From 1965 to 1972 studied Theatre Science, German language, and Social Sciences at the University of Cologne; self-studied electronic musician since 1972, member of Josef Anton Riedl’s ensemble, for ten years as collaborator with Klaus Schöning at the WDR-Studio für Akustische Kunst. Continue reading


Feb 21, 2011
Comments (0)

Live Stage: Lovid with two new works [us Chicago, IL]

909220503-1.jpgLovid :: Saturday December 4, 2010 at 8:00 p.m. :: at Graham Foundation, Madlener House, 4 West Burton Place, Chicago, IL :: Admission is FREE but space is limited. RSVP at http://lovid.eventbrite.com/

Tali Hinkis and Kyle Lapidus will use their Sync Armonica, a 9 ft. sculptural, analog, handmade A/V synthesizer and electrical signals gathered from guest performers. LoVid events are playful yet aggressive, with realtime audiovisuals that are immersive, visceral and intensely colorful, patterned and rhythmic. Works combine handmade and machine produced craft, DIY electro-engineering, textile, video and noise.

Saturday they’ll premiere two new works — fast-flickering “C/O/L/O/R/G/B” with a new synthesizer color wheel, and “Becoming One.2.” Continue reading


Nov 30, 2010
Comments (0)

About Time: Call for Submissions

naisa.jpgNew Adventures in Sound Art 2010: ABOUT TIMECalls For Submissions in Radio Art, Electroacoustic Music/ Sound Art, Videomusic and Installation Art :: Deadline: September 30, 2010.

2011 marks the 10th anniversary of NAISA’s Deep Wireless and SOUNDplay festivals and so it is an opportunity for NAISA to both reflect on the past and look ahead to the future. With this in mind, New Adventures in Sound Art invites artists of all ages and nationalities to submit works on the theme ABOUT TIME for consideration in New Adventures in Sound Art’s 2011 programming for its annual Deep Wireless, Sound Travels, and SOUNDplay festivals presented in Toronto, Canada. Artists may submit works in one or all of the following four categories (Note: please send separate submissions for each entry). Continue reading


Sep 9, 2010
Comments (0)

International Journal of Music and Technology

oso.jpgOrganised Sound: An International Journal of Music and Technology: Volume 17, Number 1: Networked Electroacoustic Music :: Date of Publication: April 2012 :: Publishers: Cambridge University Press :: Issue co-ordinators: Ian Whalley (musik [at] waikato.ac.nz), Ken Fields (kfields [at] ucalgary.ca) :: Call for Submissions — Deadline: June 15, 2011.

Organised Sound has regularly covered networked music in the past, including a themed issue (vol. 10/3, 2005). The proliferation of Internet2 has resulted in a sustained practice of sonic and multimedia experimentation over high-speed research networks. This current themed issue aims to explore and document current work, practices and innovation in this new musical space. Are there new issues in aesthetics to be addressed in electroacoustic music as mediated by networks? What continuing practices and roles are being transformed and/or reinterpreted as a consequence? Continue reading


Sep 6, 2010
Comments (0)

Live Stage: Kaffe Matthews + Derek Hoffend [us Boston]

mexico_ka_www.jpgConcert with Kaffe Matthews (London) and Derek Hoffend (Boston) :: July 22, 2010; 7:30 – 9:30 pm :: Art@12, 12 Farnsworth St., Boston. Massachusetts.

Studio Soto presents the dynamic London sound artist Kaffe Matthews in a special Boston appearance. Joining her on the bill will be Boston’s Derek Hoffend. Both artists share an interest in creating autonomous sound environments and special frequencies through sonic furniture, though this performance presents their concert works’ modalities.

Kaffe Matthews – making architectural music to feel through your body as well as your ears – was born in Essex, England and lives and works in London. Continue reading


Jul 21, 2010
Comments (0)

Live Stage: Sound Travels Intensive [ca Toronto]

nais.jpgThe second annual Sound Travels Intensive — workshop sessions, private instruction and creative activity :: August 10 – 13, 2010 :: New Adventures in Sound Art, Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie Street, Studio #252 Toronto, ON.

The Sound Travels Intensive is an opportunity for artists from across Canada and around the world to create and present new work in Toronto, exchange ideas with others, and hone electroacoustic skills with the guidance of a diverse group of world-renowned instructors. Four the intense days of workshop sessions, private instruction and creative activity culminate in a public concert presentation at Toronto’s Artscape Wychwood Barns. Continue reading


Jul 8, 2010
Comments (0)

Data-Driven Sound Synthesis [es Barcelona]

data_driven_synthesis.jpgData-Driven Sound Synthesis — a practical seminar with Stefan Kersten & Wernfried Lackner :: May 21-23, 2010 :: Hangar. Passatge del Marques de Santa Isabel, 40. Barcelona :: Limited places available; sign up at: info [at] lullcec.org.

Content-based analysis techniques, i.e. synthesis techniques guided by the acoustical and perceptual properties of the source sound material, have been rapidly gaining ground in the sound and music computing community in the last decade. This workshop acknowledges the importance of these new techniques and aims at helping the participants to experiment with content-based techniques and laying a groundwork for further exploration.

We will start by introducing a framework that allows experimentation with content-based analysis and recomposition of sound segments stored in a database with only minimal programming knowledge. Continue reading


May 19, 2010
Comments (0)

Interviews