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Live Stage: Robert van Heumen [us NYC]

steim.jpgSTEIM’s data-mapping software junXion v4 presented by Robert van Heumen :: February 17, 2009; 7:00 pm :: Harvestworks, 596 Broadway, Suite 602 (Between Houston and Prince Streets in SoHo), New York City.

junXion v4 is a Mac OSX data routing application that can process sensors from any HID (joysticks, mice, touchscreens), MIDI, OSC, Audio, Arduino and Video device using conditional processing and remapping, with MIDI or OSC events as its output. This resulting MIDI or OSC data is then available to any audio or music software that runs on that Mac or can be send to external MIDI/OSC devices. Continue reading


Feb 12, 2009
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Live Stage: Dorkbot Buffalo [us Buffalo, NY]

n46772776831_4221.jpgDorkbot Buffalo: Sullivan Sheehan and Heamchand Subryan :: February 5, 2009; 7:30 pm :: Sugar City, 19 Wadsworth St., Buffalo, New York.

Dorkbot is a world wide network of people doing strange things with electricity. Each dorkbot is different and is driven by the needs and interests of people in the local community. To find a dorkbot near you, visit here. Generally, the main goals of dorkbot are: to create an informal, friendly environment in which people can talk about the work they’re doing and to foster discussion about that work; to help bring together people from different backgrounds who are interested in similar things; to give us all an opportunity to see the strange things our neighbors are doing with electricity. Continue reading


Feb 3, 2009
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Live Stage: noise=Noise: Mind Body Brain [uk London]

Thursday Club: noise=Noise: Mind Body Brain :: January 21, 2009; 6:30 – 9:00 pm :: Great Hall, Richard Hoggart Building, University of London, New Cross, South East London.

Mind Body Brain is an evening concert exploring noise (music) through research into new interfaces for musical expression and perceptions of noise. The evening will be split into two segments. In the first segment each artist will give a synopsis of their current work and research. The second segment will be a live concert. This event brings together artists from music, computing, design and psychology. Through the course of the evening you may hear ghost voices and mains electricity through Disinformation; a brain playing music through Mick Griersons’ brain computer interface, and strobe-ing lights and sounds with John Bowers’ infra-instruments. Curator: Ryan Jordan. Continue reading


Jan 20, 2009
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Live Stage: D.C. Policy Day 2009 [us Washington, DC]

dcpolicyday09150×200.gifFUTURE OF MUSIC COALITION presents D.C. Policy Day 2009 at National Geographic Music and Radio and National Geographic Live! :: February 11, 2009.

This daylong event brings together leading voices to debate how changes in the policymaking landscape could impact the music community. Scheduled just two weeks after the start of a new federal administration, the event brings laser-beam focus to the core issues emerging in the courts, in Congress, at the FCC and the Copyright Office. With three panels, two keynote speeches and a special conversation, Policy Day 2009 will provide musicians, technologists, legal experts, policymakers and advocates with the opportunity to participate in robust but balanced discussions about how media and broadband policy affect the music industry, and how changes in copyright law could impact the music and tech communities. Continue reading


Jan 15, 2009
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Live Stage: OptoSonic Tea [us NYC]

opt.jpgOptoSonic Tea ::January 12, 2009; 9:00 pm :: Live sets by: Alexandra Dementieva (live video) and Michael Attias (saxophone) and Aki Onda (slide projection) and Alan Licht (guitar) :: Invited respondent / moderator: Amanda McDonald Crowley :: Experimental Intermedia – 224 Centre Street at Grand, Third Floor, NYC.

OptoSonic Tea is a regular series of meetings dedicated to the convergence of live visuals with live sound which focuses on the visual component. These presentation-and-discussion meetings aim to explore different forms of live visuals (live video, live film, live slide projection and their variations and combinations) and the different ways they can come into interaction with live audio. Each evening features two different live visual artists or groups of artists who each perform a set with the live sound artists of their choice. Continue reading


Jan 9, 2009
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Live Stage: Bryce Dessner + Matthew Ritchie [us Cambridge]

pavritchie_6.jpgDarkness Visible and Raphael: Bryce Dessner and Matthew Ritchie :: Lecture / Performance: January 28, 2009; 7:00 pm :: Raphael – a multimedia work: January 29, 8:00 pm :: MIT’s Broad Institute, 7 Cambridge Center (corner of Ames and Main Street), Cambridge, MA.

Composer / guitarist Bryce Dessner, lead guitarist in The National and The Clogs, and acclaimed visual artist Matthew Ritchie join forces for two events that blur the lines between indie rock, ambient music, contemporary classical music, and installation art. They will be joined by sound designer David Sheppard, guitarist Aaron Dessner, composer/clarinetist Evan Ziporyn, and student musicians from MIT and Wellesley College.

On January 28 Dessner & Ritchie will present Darkness Visible, a lecture/performance concerning their recent collaboration, The Morning Line. Continue reading


Jan 7, 2009
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Live Stage: Matt Rogalsky [us Brooklyn]

938370.jpgDiapason presents: Memory Like Water — a sound installation by Matt Rogalsky :: Saturdays, January 3 – 31, 2009; 2:00 – 8:00 pm :: Diapason, 882 Third Avenue, 10th floor, Brooklyn (Sunset Park).

In Memory Like Water, which revisits the idea of water as a metaphor for memory, the voices of people recounting their earliest memories are used to shape the sounds of water in motion. In each of eight loudspeakers, an individual is paired with a watery location (streams, rivers and lakes recorded in Ontario, Vermont and New York State). The streams of sound are continuous; for the most part the original voice recordings are submerged, and used to shape the water by imposing on it their frequency content, rather than being heard directly. Whispers of the voices occasionally become directly audible, however, especially when listening to one speaker at close range. Continue reading


Jan 2, 2009
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Live Stage: Rob Kennedy [uk Glasgow]

spark1.jpgUpgrade! Scotland: Rob Kennedy :: November 26, 2008; 7:00 – 9:00 pm :: CCA, 350 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow :: Free, space limited RSVP rsvp [at] mediascot.org

We are privileged to present the première of new work from Rob Kennedy followed by a discussion with the artist. The three video works were born out of a series of collaborative projects working with composers Peter Dowling, Giles Lamb, Martin Parker and Sue Tompkins. The emphasis in each of the works is the desire to integrate ideas and methods of improvisation into the video and sound production process. This evolving collaboration and dialogue continually shapes, distorts and then reshapes the direction of the work. Continue reading


Nov 24, 2008
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Live Stage: Rolf Julius [us Brooklyn]

warumgrun.jpgDiapason gallery for sound and intermedia presents Music, under your Feet by Rolf Julius — installation with objects, sound, and video :: November 22 – December 20, 2008; 2:00 – 8:00 pm :: Opening: November 22, 6:00 – 8:00 pm :: 882 Third Avenue (between 32nd and 33rd Street), 10th floor, Brooklyn, NY.

Rolf Julius integrates acoustic and visual coordinates in his installative, synaesthetic concepts. Far removed from elaborate electronics, he works with simple things and sounds of everyday life, an aesthetic and acoustic minimalism with the simplest use of cassettes and loudspeakers, effecting a concentrated perception…” – Rudolf Frieling Continue reading


Nov 17, 2008
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Live Stage: Wet Sounds [uk Brighton]

wetsounds.jpgWet Sounds– The worlds only underwater sound art gallery returns to Brighton for a special session at Brighton and Hove’s White Night :: October 25, 2008; 9:00 pm – midnight :: Prince Regent Pool, Church Street, Brighton :: for the price of pool admission.

Underwater speakers submerged in the pool will play sounds and music to an audience floating or swimming through the water. Sound travels four times quicker in water than in air so the sound is perceived not only by the ears but also by the bones and the body. Session One is undersea sounds for the under 14s. Later on the grown ups can immerse themselves in a listening gallery of international sound and some leisurely Aquadelica.


Oct 15, 2008
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