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Live Stage: Workshop: The Soundtrack [de Cologne]

sound2.jpgThe Summer Workshop: TheSoundtrack :: presented with ifs (internationale filmschule köln) :: August 11-31, 2012 :: a three-week practical course experimenting with sound, music and editing :: further education for young professionals :: in English :: Application deadline extended to June 6, 2012 ::

We are delighted to announce a new summer workshop held in collaboration between the ifs internationale filmschule köln and the School of Sound. It will take place at the ifs from 11-31 August 2012, 9:30 a.m. until 18:00 p.m.

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May 18, 2012
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Forest Sound Track


This short film is an advertisement for Japanese mobile phone company Docomo: a linear musical instrument designed by Drill Inc. is played by the descent of a wooden ball as it slowly rolls down track, sending xylophonic plinks and plonks out into the forest.

With thanks to blogspot

Jul 30, 2011
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Live Stage: Events @ London Film School [uk London]

school.jpgSound with Ray Beckett :: June 3, 2010; 6:00 pm :: Cinema A, The London Film School, 24 Shelton Street, London :: Register.

Ray Beckett, regular collaborator with Ken Loach and Oscar-winning Location Sound Mixer on The Hurt Locker, discusses his work with Larry Sider from the School of Sound, illustrated by film clips, including The Hurt Locker, Land and Freedom and The Wind That Shakes the Barley.

Deconstructing the Soundtrack — A Seminar Series sponsored by the School of Sound in collaboration with the London Film School :: June 12-13, 2010 :: The London Film School, 24 Shelton Street, London.

Building on the success of Sound & Music Techniques for Narrative Filmmaking with Gustavo Costantini, the seminars are aimed at those working in screen-based media, and offer three further perspectives on the use of sound and music in filmmaking. Continue reading

May 31, 2010
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Live Stage: Brian Alfred: Its Already the End of the World with 9 soundtracks [us New York, NY]

alfred.jpgBrian Alfred :: solo exhibit: It’s Already The End Of The World :: Friday, January 15, 2010 to February 20, 2010 :: Opening Reception: January 15, 2010 from 6:00 -9:00 p.m. :: NOSAJ THING will perform :: at Haunch of Venison, 1230 Avenue of the Americas between 48th and 49th Street, 20th Floor, New York, NY 10020 :: Telephone: +1 212 259 0000

Sawako Kato created one of the soundtracks for this animation. Other musicians are Flying Lotus, Ghislain Poirier, Ezekiel Honig, Roberto Carlos Lange, The One AM Radio, I am Robot And Proud, Marc Hellner and Shuta Hasunuma. Each musician created a soundtrack for the same video work, so, there are 9 different versions of music for the one animation.

Jan 15, 2010
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Live Stage: Homler, Delia and Liberovskaya [us Medway, MA]

anna.jpgAnna Homler, Michael Delia and Al Margolis :: October 23, 2009, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m :: Enchanted Fox, 174 Main St., Medway, MA.

[image: Anna Homler]

L.A. based spoken-word and intermedia artist Homler has worked with instrument builder and sound and visual artist Delia. Delia has worked with composer Margolis and video artist Liberovskaya. Now they will all work together. The adventure begins with toys, homemade instruments, live sampling, pre-recorded sound, voice, words and live video.

Anna Homler; Michael Delia; Al Margolis.

Oct 14, 2009
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Peter Traub Premieres Solera [us Charlottesville, VA]

peter.jpgPeter Traub premieres his new installation, Solera: for sound, site, and time :: October 26 – November 6, 2009 :: Ruffin Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. :: Talk: November 2, 2009; 2:00 p.m.

Composer and installation artist Peter Traub will premiere his new public sound work in the Ruffin Hall main lobby at the University of Virginia. Solera is an ongoing installation that will run for 24 hours a day, accumulating and playing back the sonic activities and characteristics of the installation space – people passing through, conversations, machines, and music. Over the two weeks of the installation, the incidental sounds of each day and the acoustic resonances of the space will be layered upon each other, creating an aural memory of the space that will grow and change over time. Multiple visits to the piece are suggested. Continue reading

Oct 14, 2009
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Live Stage: Displaced Sounds [be Leuven]

displaced-sounds.jpgDisplaced Sounds is a new series of performances and presentations, organised by STUK arts centre and (K-RAA-K)3 :: March 13, 2008; 8:30 pm :: STUK KUNSTENCENTRUM vzw, Naamsestraat 96, B-3000 Leuven.

Expect unexpected sounds, exciting evenings where listening and hearing are the keywords. Even before we are born, we are affected by noise invading our safe and quiet space. We are surrounded by sounds that define the rhythm of our world. Artists and researchers will guide you through the labyrinth of sounds that constitute our daily lives. Continue reading

Mar 10, 2008
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Net_Music_Weekly: Metamkine

metamparcours.jpgLa Cellule d’Intervention Metamkine is an open-ended group including musicians and filmmakers researching the relationship between image and sound. Through the magic of mirrors, multiple projectors and highly ingenious live on stage editing, Metamkine produces and directs a new film with each of their performances. Working around a core narrative, they spill eddies of impromptu vignettes, accompanied by a live soundtrack of tape fragments and ancient synthesiser sounds. Jérôme Noetinger (electroacoustics), Christophe Auger (projectors 16mm), and Xavier Quérel (projectors 16mm) — who have worked together for ten years — have succeeded in pushing the boundaries of film and soundtrack into the realm of live performance. Continue reading

Feb 27, 2008
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Reblogged Islands of Consciousness

klingman2.jpgGenerative CinemaOleg Marakov Islands + Mario Klingemann Flickeur = Islands of Consciousness.

The result of this fusion – Islands of Consciousness – is not a simple combination of the two concepts but a great advancement. Sound and Images enter a very close relationship in which the randomly arranged musical phrases are taking direct influence on the visual outcome. So when you look at this piece keep in mind that all the visuals are assembled in realtime using photos downloaded from All the transitions and effects are entirely random and only happening on you screen. Other people will see a movie and hear a soundtrack that is totally different from yours. Continue reading

Feb 1, 2008
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Terra Nova: The Antarctica Suite

djspooky.jpgDJ Spooky is on his way Antarctica to shoot, edit and score the film Terra Nova: The Antarctica Suite. Every sound in the film will be made from the sound of ice (environmental, geological, magnetic, atmospheric etc). It headlines at Sundance’s Digital Film section this January. Small promo (32mb): Low res; Large promo (177mb): High Res.

Related: N. and 90ºS by Andrea Polli (who is currently in Antarctica as well; ANTARKTIKA: a climatic time-travel by Frank Halbig.

Dec 18, 2007
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