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Turbulence Commission: “Grow Old” by Jason Freeman

grow_old.jpgTurbulence Commission: Grow Old by Jason Freeman:

Why can’t music grow old with us?

Grow Old is a streaming EP that reflects upon the malleability of digital audio in a cloud-based musical world. The music, regenerated daily by a simple computer program, changes subtly from one day to the next and more dramatically over the course of weeks, months, and years. So just as we constantly bring new perspectives and experiences to the music we hear, the music itself also changes over time. The web site includes the current version of each of the EP’s four tracks, extensive notes on each track, the computer source code used to generate each track, and subscription links to automatically receive new versions as a podcast. Continue reading


May 14, 2014
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Radio Web Macba: Composing with Process

rwm.jpgRadio Web Macba ::Composing with Process is a series of six episodes, written and edited by Mark Fell and Joe Gilmore, which explores generative approaches (including algorithmic, systems-based, formalised and procedural) to composition and performance primarily in the context of experimental technologies and music practices of the latter part of the 20th Century. Each episode is accompanied by an additional programme, entitled Exclusives, featuring unpublished sound pieces by leading sound artists working in the field. The first one on 21.09.2010 (51′ 59”) presents two contrasting generative works by German artist Florian Hecker and Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda.

Tracklist:
01:37 Florian Hecker ‘Stereo F.A.N.N.’, 2010 (30 min 2 s)
32:36 Ryoji Ikeda ‘untitled (for John Cage)’, 2005 (19 min 23 s)

mp3: http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/process/cpwp_01_02_exclusives.mp3


Sep 18, 2010
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Gene Pool Podcast #20 : Circuit-Bending

gene_pool_logo5_144.jpgStill mining the rich material from our awesome “Digital Developments” season over the Autumn at South Hill Park, the new Gene Pool podcast showcases material recorded during our “Circuit-Bending” weekend from late-November.

They speak with workshop leader, artist and hardware hacker Stu “ASMO” Smith about the “parallel world of sounds” brought to light in his projects, research and development time at STEIM in Amsterdam, and performing a concert in the National Space Centre’s Planetarium. They also hear from some of the weekend participants before cutting into a chunk of the final sonic freak-out performance, with the newly minted Atari Punk Console instruments being put through their paces. Continue reading


Feb 1, 2010
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NAISA Workshops [ca Toronto]

naisa.jpgNAISA Workshops :: December 2008 and January 2009 :: All workshops @ the NAISA space (equipment provided), Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie Street, Studio #252, Toronto :: Pre-registration required :: Call 416 652 5115 or email naisa [at] naisa.ca to register.

Dec 7th, 1-4pm, $25: INTRODUCTION to LINUX and Open Source Software for sound production with Hector Centeno — Open Source software is available to anyone for free. This workshop is directed to anyone using computers for sound art, electroacoustic music or any other digital music/sound creation giving participants a walk through some of the available Open Source options for digital music and audio production. Continue reading


Dec 11, 2008
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DIGICULT: Magazine, Podcast, Newsletter, Art Agency

digi.jpgDIGICULT Available in Italian and English.

DIGICULT enters its third year of life with a gift for all its readers, critics and detractors: a brand new home page that collects and emphasizes all contents and all activities carried out by the Network and opens doors to future developments regarding sharing and dissemination by means of new technological platforms.

Beside being the usual critical observatory (run by Silvia Scaravaggi and Claudia D’Alonzo of the editorial office) with news and information on national and international digital art, Digicult updates its portal, thanks to Luca Restifo’s constant and valuable technical work, with the following services: Continue reading


Jun 30, 2008
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David Morneau’s music podcasts to conclude

david_morneau.jpgDavid Morneau will bring his composition-a-day project, 60×365, to an end on June 30th. You can hear the conclusion by visiting http://60×365.com

Every day for the past year, Morneau has composed and posted a new sixty-second composition. That’s just over six hours of new music in sixty-second installments. For this project, Morneau explored a wide variety of musical styles and techniques, including musique concrète, sine wave synthesis, digital sampling, 8-bit constructions, process music, acousmatic composition, and post-techno beat manipulations. He found the requirement to make a new, complete piece every day an exhilarating challenge, and reveled in the constant variety of ideas the project embraced. This project began as a challenge to compose more, and ended up as an audio diary of the past year. Continue reading


Jun 17, 2008
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“Pings” Archive Available

ping.jpgPINGS springs directly from the geographical distance between two collaborators. Working from their locales Simon Whitehead & Barnaby Oliver explore the physical space between them through rivers and air and a range of other terrains with their own qualities, such as the web, phone, post, and less tangible links of memory and synchronicity. An ongoing project archive is now available on the website. You can subscribe to PINGS as a podcast / RSS 2 feed from the website. And view the exchanges between the two as webpages.


Apr 8, 2008
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ArtCast: call for podcastable art

folly_trans.giffolly, a leading digital arts organisation working in Cumbria, Lancashire and online, is looking for video and audio work for ArtCast, folly’s ongoing series of podcasting programmes. The deadline for submissions is 29th February 2008

Through ArtCast folly explores the possibilities of the podcasting medium and provides a platform for public access to new and innovative art.

ArtCast, launched in October 2007 alongside folly’s VELOCITY festival of digital culture, with a series of audio podcasts selected from an international open call. This series is available to download from www.folly.co.uk/artcast and has been described as “outstanding” and “unique” by those who have experienced it. Since folly first started publishing podcastable content, nearly 15,000 people have experienced art in this format via www.folly.co.uk

Listen to 2007 example:
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Feb 7, 2008
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Riffworld, a new music collaboration space

riffworld_logo_radiate.gifRiffworld.com is Somona Wire Works’ entry into the music collaboration and social networking space. here’s what they write about it:

Using the RiffWorks desktop recording application, up to four musicians can connect and collaborate on a song simultaneously. As a layer records, it instantly streams to other players’ running RiffWorks. As the Riff loops, other players can add more. All contributions are saved on RiffWorld.com and can be opened later for further collaboration.
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Feb 7, 2008
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David Morneau: a composition a day

david_morneau.jpg60×365 (sixty by three-sixty-five) is an experimental new music podcast by composer David Morneau. Every day for a year, Morneau will compose a new sixty-second composition and post it online at 60×365.com. This project commenced on July 1, 2007, and will conclude June 30, 2008, resulting in just over six hours of new music in sixty-second installments.

For this project, Morneau is exploring a wide variety of musical styles and techniques, including musique concrète, sine wave synthesis, digital sampling, 8-bit constructions, process music, acousmatic composition, and post-techno beat manipulations. Each daily post brings something new and different, a constant variety. The daily deadline means the works sometimes lose their preciousness as they become explorations in process and method for Morneau—with his form or his audience—as much as they are works of art. Continue reading


Nov 9, 2007
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