Over the next month I will be approaching and putting together a monthly programme of events that I hope will engage with the creative community – arts and music. I think that once I have established all my networks with particular spaces and venues then from September/October I hope to engage students with the project […]
Spectral Music – or spectralism; Is a composition technique that developed in the 1970s.’ using computer anaylisis of the quality of timbre in acoustic music or artificial timbre derived from synthesis’. It originated and grew out of Paris where the technique was later refined by Ensemble L’itenerie. Gerard Grisey, Tristan Mural ‘ Spectral music is […]
Plant Sounds (2015) is an interactive sound installation by Thomas V. Christie, a composer, sound installation artist and multi instrumentalist based in Montreal. Electronics done by Marc-Alexandre Chan and Thomas V. Christie. FARR Residency Project “Plant Sounds is a navigation and investigation of the interior dialogue of a plant. By translating the electrical micro-voltage […]
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith An American composer and producer. Using oscillators, modular synths and vocal processors.
130-in-1 (More Adventures with Electronic Circuits) (2012) 130-in-1 allows us to eavesdrop as a father and his 10-year-old son bond over a succession of increasingly fiddly electronic experiments &… Source: Mark Vernon https://lastdaysofanalogue.wordpress.com/contributors/musicians/mark-vernon/
Tree-Listening by Alex Metcalf. via Tree-Listening.
As my recent ideas have involved a bit of pottery making, I started to think about how sound and pottery could be connected. If I was to go into a more philosophical or posthuman perspective to this I would probably come up with something like: Pottery; plates, cups, saucers, bowls, mugs have been witnesses to […]
One of the projects am in involved with this semester is a project that allows me to work with the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation. (ECCI). Coming from a sound perspective I think that something quite interesting could come out with this new alliance. The idea of the ECCI is to bring people together from […]
When I first saw that Johnny Flynn was playing in Toronto it was only about a week before the gig. I was still adjusting to the city at this point but couldn’t resist buying a ticket. Lee’s Palace, situated on Bloor Street West, meant that I had to face going on the Subway for the […]