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January 24, 2007

Future of Sound


Blows the Mind

Future of Sound provides a forum for the discussion of new and convergent art forms. By creating immersive experiences using state-of-the-art sound technology Future of Sound showcases leading practitioners in the fields of music and audio design.

December 2006 sees the start of a nationwide tour by musicians and audio designers collaborating with artists and scientists, which will literally blow your mind ...

Artists at the cutting edge of sound production and manipulation will showcase their innovations and discoveries. Participants include LSD evangelist Brian Barritt, 'telephone terrorist' Robin Rimbaud aka Scanner who recently composed a new national anthem for Europe, Brian Duffy whose work with Modified Toy Orchestra creates new electronic instruments from abandoned children's toys and Paul Devereux, who discovered that Neolithic burial grounds resonate at the same frequency - a trance-inducing 111Hz chant. For the full roster of artists, go here.

Chris O'Shea be covering the upcoming on his blog Pixelsumo. Here are some of his photos from the first two events http://www.flickr.com/photos/pixelsumo/sets/72157594409570768/

See Think of a Tune (Literally) and Make Beautiful Brain Music, Wired.com.

Posted by jo at January 24, 2007 03:27 PM