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  • August 2013,OSAKA

    HAIYAMA Hiroaki

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    He was born in 1968. He enrolled in Osaka University of Arts in 2011,and He began to compose Acousmatic music, summer of 2012. The work that “SHIZUKU" was elected as the international recommendations in AAC(Audio Art Circus)2012 in December, 2012.
He performed the work in CCMC2013(Contemporary Computer Music Concert). New work is due to be performed in Futura 2013 festival(France) in August.
    Osaka
    The cry of a cicada is a symbol of summer in Japan. Japanese people realize that the end of summer is approaching because the kind of cicada which is singing changed. I recorded this soundscape around the pond of Osaka University of Arts.
    Mehr erfahren über: HAIYAMA Hiroaki

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    He was born in 1968. He enrolled in Osaka University of Arts in 2011,and He began to compose Acousmatic music, summer of 2012. The work that “SHIZUKU" was elected as the international recommendations in AAC(Audio Art Circus)2012 in December, 2012.
He performed the work in CCMC2013(Contemporary Computer Music Concert). New work is due to be performed in Futura 2013 festival(France) in August.
    Hochgeladen am: 26.08.2013
  • impro_11-2_SC_cguetl_13

    impro_11-2_SC_cguetl_13 Computermusik
    Kombination einer Klangsammlung aus den Personal Soundscapes mit einer eigenen Klangsammlung, klanglich verändert.
    Mehr erfahren über: Stammberger, Norbert
    Hochgeladen am: 25.08.2013
  • Irene Electric

    Alwynne Pritchard

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    Alwynne Pritchard is a British inter-media artist, composer and performer living in Bergen, Norway. Recently completed projects include "Irene Electric", a work for violinist Victoria Johnson and electronics; "Oh no love, you're not alone", a David Bowie inspired project for Trondheim's Alpaca Ensemble with vocalist Andreas Elvenes and film; and "Erika Married the Eiffel Tower" for Freiburg's ensemble recherche and film for the 2013 Ultima festival in Oslo. Current projects include a new work to celebrate 100 years of women's suffrage in Norway for the Norwegian Navy band SFMK. Alwynne is also currently working with the French director and actor Philippe Vincent, Portuguese writer Jacinto Lucas Pires, German composer Jörg Ritzenhoff along with dancers and actors from France, Portugal and Finland on a project for Marseille European City of Culture 2013, for which she is making a film and participating as an actor and vocalist.
    Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines
    I began working on “Irene Electric” in the summer of 2011, the day before hurricane Irene hit New York City. I was living one block up from the East River at the time, in what was designated a Red (danger) Zone. The air was buzzing with tension: electrical energy, media hype and genuine anxiety from the people around me. I was paralysed with fear. Just over a year later, I spent six weeks in the rain forest on Mount Makiling in the Philippines. I was living in a small wooden hut without a kitchen. Instead, I cooked outside. The heat and humidity were overwhelming. My leather shoes were eaten away by mould within a couple of weeks. I was advised to keep my electric goods stored in plastic bags for protection. Storms were regular, violent and exciting. It seemed the rainforest, the people living there, the buildings they constructed and the clothes they wore, everything was adapted to the inevitability of change and decay. The children I was working with at the Philippine High School for the Arts seemed to love their mountain home. Their vivid imaginations were driven by the mysteries of the dark rainforest, which completely surrounded them. The English they spoke was lyrical and complex, with roots as convoluted as the vegetation of the forest. In contrast to New York City, the energy here felt transformative, mobile, grounded and timeless. For the tape part of “Irene Electric”, I worked closely with the young students at the Philippine High School for the Arts. My aim was both to make the most of the unique lyricism of their spoken English, as well as to get material that would, through its grammatical structures, content, and mode of delivery, express the hyped energy of New York City, in contrast to the power of organic processes that dominated my time in the Philippines. The violin’s role in ”Irene Electric” is not only as a participant in the stories told by the children of PHSA, but also as a mutable, wooden object from which sounds are produced under conditions of extreme duress.
    Mehr erfahren über: Alwynne Pritchard

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    Alwynne Pritchard is a British inter-media artist, composer and performer living in Bergen, Norway. Recently completed projects include "Irene Electric", a work for violinist Victoria Johnson and electronics; "Oh no love, you're not alone", a David Bowie inspired project for Trondheim's Alpaca Ensemble with vocalist Andreas Elvenes and film; and "Erika Married the Eiffel Tower" for Freiburg's ensemble recherche and film for the 2013 Ultima festival in Oslo. Current projects include a new work to celebrate 100 years of women's suffrage in Norway for the Norwegian Navy band SFMK. Alwynne is also currently working with the French director and actor Philippe Vincent, Portuguese writer Jacinto Lucas Pires, German composer Jörg Ritzenhoff along with dancers and actors from France, Portugal and Finland on a project for Marseille European City of Culture 2013, for which she is making a film and participating as an actor and vocalist.
    Hochgeladen am: 24.08.2013
  • "BitteDanke - Die klänge aus Wien"

    Adriana Milanova

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    Adriana Milanova is a composer, pianist and singer from Sofia, Bulgaria. She obtained her Bachelor Degree in Classical Piano at the "National Music Academy prof. Pancho Vladigerov" in Sofia. She is about to finish her master degree in "Media Composition and electroacoustic music" and as a part of this education she spent her last semester in "Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Wien". Adriana Milanova works as a composer for "The WhiteListed" Theatre Company situated in New York City. She is the autor of the original music for their live show performance of the theater play "Belgrade Trilogy" by Biljana Srbljanović which has been staged in NYC. whitelistedtheatre.com
    "BitteDanke - Die klänge aus Wien" is a soundscape piece made for "Ö1 Campus - Der Gute Ton / Sendung der Studentinnen des Institut für Komposition und Elektroakustik an der Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien". The composition includes typical sounds of Vienna, recorded in emblematic places of the city. The structure is "a walk" - goes from one place through another. The piece is made like a carpet of Viennese sounds for the broadcast "Der Gute Ton", June 2013 edition. You can hear the record of the broadcast here - http://guteton.blogspot.co.at/2013_06_01_archive.html Also I was inspired by this impressively polite manner of speaking of the Viennese people. Enjoy the sounds of Vienna.
    Mehr erfahren über: Adriana Milanova

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    Adriana Milanova is a composer, pianist and singer from Sofia, Bulgaria. She obtained her Bachelor Degree in Classical Piano at the "National Music Academy prof. Pancho Vladigerov" in Sofia. She is about to finish her master degree in "Media Composition and electroacoustic music" and as a part of this education she spent her last semester in "Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Wien". Adriana Milanova works as a composer for "The WhiteListed" Theatre Company situated in New York City. She is the autor of the original music for their live show performance of the theater play "Belgrade Trilogy" by Biljana Srbljanović which has been staged in NYC. whitelistedtheatre.com
    Hochgeladen am: 24.08.2013
  • Cows and the Fula people

    Felix BLUME

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    Born in the South of France in 1984, Felix BLUME studied sound in Toulouse and in the famous cinema school INSAS in Bruxelles. He mainly works as a sound man for independent documentaries and sometimes with video- artists. He spends his time between Europe and Mexico and travels around the world for his shootings. He records soundscapes during his trips and shares them on the internet. Only recently did he start making sound creations, turning his soundscapes into “sound postcards” produced and broadcasted by ARTE Radio.
    Carte Postale Sonore MALI - felix BLUME
    When wet season is coming, the young Fula people from Mali leave for transhumance during six months with most of the herd. Cows cross the river Niger through West. In the village, women work to feed their family, while men look after a couple of dairy cows. Fula people lives simultaneously with the animal. He accompanies his everyday life with songs and prayers. The legend tells God first created the cow and then Fula people to go along with the animal and to protect him. I've been 2 months in Mali for a documentary film, and record all this sounds in 2005. Recorded and directed by Felix BLUME http://www.felixblume.com/ Sound Mix by Samuel Hirsch A production of ARTE RADIO http://www.arteradio.com/son/616195/la_vache_et_le_peul/
    Mehr erfahren über: Felix BLUME

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    Born in the South of France in 1984, Felix BLUME studied sound in Toulouse and in the famous cinema school INSAS in Bruxelles. He mainly works as a sound man for independent documentaries and sometimes with video- artists. He spends his time between Europe and Mexico and travels around the world for his shootings. He records soundscapes during his trips and shares them on the internet. Only recently did he start making sound creations, turning his soundscapes into “sound postcards” produced and broadcasted by ARTE Radio.
    Hochgeladen am: 22.08.2013
  • Orford Random Walk

    Greg Dixon

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    Greg Dixon is an adjunct professor of music at Grayson College in Denison, TX, where he teaches audio engineering and music appreciation. His compositional research focuses on electronic music and interactive music systems for acoustic instruments, sensor technologies, and human interface devices. He has worked for more than a dozen years as a professional sound engineer, which has greatly influenced his strategies for composing electronic music in the studio. Greg’s electroacoustic compositions often make use of his own personal field recordings exploring a wide variety of source material, acoustic spaces, social and cultural artifacts, and transduction methodologies. Greg also works as a composer of commercial music, freelance sound engineer, instrumental music teacher, and performer, appearing frequently as a laptop musician, guitarist, violinist, and violist. He holds a Ph.D. in composition with a specialization in computer music from the University of North Texas, where he worked as a composition teaching fellow, recording engineer, and technical assistant for CEMI. His composition instructors include Jon Christopher Nelson, Cindy McTee, Andrew May, David Bithell, Michael Pounds, Jody Nagel, Keith Kothman, and Cleve Scott.
    Orford Arts Camp
    Orford Random Walk was recorded in the summer of 2009 at the Orford Center for the Arts in Orford, Québec. The recording setup consisted of 2 DPA 4060 microphones and a Sound Devices 702 recorder. This work contains no sound processing or editing. This recording begins in the wooded area outside of the campgrounds and continues with a walk towards the music camp area and into one of its buildings. A transformation of sound occurs moving from the purely natural sounds of the forest to the human sounds emerging from the music camp. This project would not have been possible without the access to high-fidelity mobile recording equipment generously provided by the Orford Sound Creation Workshop.
    Mehr erfahren über: Greg Dixon

    Eine Komposition von:
    Greg Dixon is an adjunct professor of music at Grayson College in Denison, TX, where he teaches audio engineering and music appreciation. His compositional research focuses on electronic music and interactive music systems for acoustic instruments, sensor technologies, and human interface devices. He has worked for more than a dozen years as a professional sound engineer, which has greatly influenced his strategies for composing electronic music in the studio. Greg’s electroacoustic compositions often make use of his own personal field recordings exploring a wide variety of source material, acoustic spaces, social and cultural artifacts, and transduction methodologies. Greg also works as a composer of commercial music, freelance sound engineer, instrumental music teacher, and performer, appearing frequently as a laptop musician, guitarist, violinist, and violist. He holds a Ph.D. in composition with a specialization in computer music from the University of North Texas, where he worked as a composition teaching fellow, recording engineer, and technical assistant for CEMI. His composition instructors include Jon Christopher Nelson, Cindy McTee, Andrew May, David Bithell, Michael Pounds, Jody Nagel, Keith Kothman, and Cleve Scott.
    Hochgeladen am: 21.08.2013