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The Found Tapes Project 2014

DbN take old cassette tapes found on flea markets and thrift stores and use them as raw material in fully live improvised electronic music performances. The found tapes are sampled, manipulated, processed and ”physically played” using granular synthesis and other techniques, to create obscure rhythmical structures, noises and drones. For each and every concert DbN use only cassette tapes found locally within the city or the area of the specific concert venue, making the raw material for every performance totally unique. The audience is encouraged to bring their own cassette tapes to the venue for use in the performance. [1]



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GenJam by Al Biles

At MUME 2013 this weekend I had the opportunity to hear Al Bile’s GenJam. GenJam is a jazz improviser that improvises using genetic algorithms. In his TED Talk he performs with the system and explains its inner workings.



The Pencil Project

The Pencil Project is a unique initiative that introduces children to an electroacoustic performance. On stage, two performers create a symphonic universe by manipulating the live sounds created by everyday objects found in a classroom. A pencil transforms into a magic wand, and a rubber band becomes a violin. The production will engage, surprise and inspire audiences!

Camera and Editing Eve LeClair. Musicians Yann Godbout and Guillaume Lévesque. [1]



Texturologie 9: Phacelia by James Caldwell

A performance (by the composer) of Texturologie 9: Phacelia (2010) for computer music controlled by Wii Remote. The music is generated by a program made with Max/MSP. Take a look at Texturolgie 8b: Hyperbell (2009) and the explanation of the two Texturologie pieces for Wii Remote. Recorded at Western Illinois University. [1]



Stockhausen’s Solo Performed by Robert Hoit

Performed by Robert Hoit in the IV Festival de Musica Contemporanae in April 2011. This piece uses MAX/MSP to perform a series of loops of differing lengths. In the performance there were several minor problems. [1]