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Vibrö: Music No Music

vibro4.jpgVibrö #4: Music No Music (Spring 2007)- Vibrö is a sonic object, at the crossroads of an art multiple and a specialised magazine.Vibrö intends to render experiments in the fields of electroacoustics and Lo-Fi more ‘audible’. It also tries to illustrate the growing presence of sound in the fine art practice. Published twice a year in a digibox format, vibrö includes an audio compilation and a series of cards that catalogue the artists and tracks.

In the last three years, we have attempted to sketch the random panorama of contemporary “sound arts”. For those directly concerned, such a heuristic phrase can federate as much as it can divide. The listening process, whether it be physical, distracted or critical, unaware of its own habituation, sometimes even defines the status of an artist. Continue reading


Jun 22, 2007
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Live Stage: Pure Data [nl Amsterdam]

15579-500-375.pngMediamatic Workshop: Pure Data | The Video Version – Making practical video- and sound structures with the visual programming language PureData :: September 3-7, 2007 :: INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION: Deborah Meibergen or Klaas Kuitenbrouwer can give you more information at + 31 (0)20 6389901. Registration is possible online :: LOCATION: Mediamatic is located in the centre of Amsterdam, Oosterdokskade 5, fifth floor, 1011 AD Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Pure Data (or PD) is a visual programming language for the creation of interactive computer music, video and multimedia works. It has become a pioneering application in the contemporary art field. This workshop is an opportunity for video makers, musicians, artists and designers to learn how to process and organize image, sounds and video and how to use the networking possibilities of Pure Data. Continue reading


Jun 22, 2007
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Live Stage: Month of Sundays [uk London]

monthofsundays.jpgRESONANCE 104.4 FM A MONTH OF SUNDAYS :: Broadcasting a series of live programmes from the stage at The Corsica Studios every Sunday in July. In the style of Robert Altman’s recent film ‘A Prairie Home Companion’, the audience contribute to their favourite Resonancefm shows and programme-makers adapt their usual shows for the stage :: 8pm – 12midnight (doors open 7:30) :: Corsica Art Studios – Nearest Tube: Elephant and Castle :: £7 on the door.

We invite our most efferent comedians such as Simon Munnery, sound artists such as David Toop and renowned artist Bob and Roberta Smith (Apathy Band) returning radio to the live theatre. Dexter Bentley presents an open bike night show with the audience as batteries and Jonny Trunk brings his convivial auction to the floor. Continue reading


Jun 22, 2007
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Live Stage: Dan Deacon at the Middle East [us Cambridge, MA]

[youtube]http://youtube.com/watch?v=vFlBJ1xZK10[/youtube]

From the Wham City artist collective in Baltimore, “absurdist electronic music composer/performer” Dan Deacon is currently touring the US. Perhaps best known on the internet for his awkward appearance on a local NBC morning show in Savannah, Deacon has several video collaborations scattered around the net. He’ll be stopping by Cambridge on July 12, but you can catch him elsewhere in the US on these dates: Continue reading


Jun 22, 2007
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Live Stage: Sonic Acts [ne Middelburg]

logo.gifDe Kabinetten van De Vleeshal, Zusterstraat 7, Middelburg :: Opening: June 30, 2007 :: Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 1 – 5 p.m. :: Free admission.

On June 30 an exhibition in de kabinetten of De Vleeshal will open with works by Thomas Köner, Jürgen Reble and Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag. This exhibition is guest curated by Lucas van der Velden, director of Sonic Acts and member of the artist collective Telcosystems. On the same day Ryoji Ikeda will open an exhibition in de Vleeshal with his new work, Data.Tron. During the opening he will also perform Dataphonics, a multi channel work. Continue reading


Jun 22, 2007
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Sonic Portraits Invited

naisa_logo.jpgNew Adventures in Sound Art 2007 :: Call for Submissions on the theme A Sonic Portrait :: Deadline: September 30, 2007.

New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) invites artists of all ages and nationalities to submit works on the theme A Sonic Portrait for consideration in 2008 programming for the annual Deep Wireless, Sound Travels, and SOUNDplay festivals, produced by New Adventures in Sound Art in Toronto, Canada. Artists may submit works in one or all of the following four categories: 1) Radio Art, 2) Electroacoustic Music, 3) Videomusic and 4) Installation Art (Note: please send separate submission forms for each entry). Continue reading


Jun 22, 2007
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Octopulse

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QN02QFvAIlg[/youtube]
The Octopulse shows that noise is music. With this cuddly ‘alien bagpipe’ you can control analogue sound synthesis through unconventional means. The ‘tonetacles’ of the Octopulse react to movement and light, transferring movements into information for an analogue synthesiser to convert into cacophonous noises. Continue reading


Jun 21, 2007
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Journal of Acoustic Ecology Call

soundscape.jpgSoundscape: The Journal of Acoustic Ecology 2007 issue :: Call for Contributions :: Deadline: July 10.

As long planned, the WFAE’s Soundscape Journal is now being edited by a different affiliate each year. The American Society for Acoustic Ecology is preparing this year’s edition; Steven Miller and Jim Cummings are acting as guest editors. Due to a desire to get the issue out by the fall, there is a rather short timeline for submissions. It is our hope that some of you may have existing, unpublished writings that are relevant to the theme, and so not cause undue pressure to quickly produce something new to meet our deadlines – although feel free to do so if you wish! We need to hear from you by July 10 with any possible feature articles, shorter submissions for the Perspectives, Sound Journal,or Soundwalks sections, or reviews (of CDs, DVDs, or books). In addition to written pieces, we are planning to post a collection of related sound pieces for download online (and MAYBE as a CD). See the section on sound work submissions below for particulars on this. We are also interested in receiving images (photos or line art) for use in the issue. Continue reading


Jun 21, 2007
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Steve Ward’s ‘Singing Tesla Coil’

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ff_AXVlo9U[/youtube] Continue reading


Jun 21, 2007
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Brian Eno on ‘Music for Airports’

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbtxhXynjuM[/youtube]


Jun 21, 2007
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