RAM#6 @ K77

Friday, 20 July, 2012 - 22

This month:

Dafna Naphtali | Max/MSP programming for sound processing of voice
Hans Tammen | Guitar-Controlled Live Sound Processing

NZNZ (AR) | Commissioned animation with Transience, Music by Ofer Smiliansky

DAFNA NAPHTALI | Max/MSP programming for sound processing of voice

"Dafna Naphtali will play a collection of short pieces from my solo projects and piece from John Cage -- using rhythmic structures and concepts using Morse Code, polyrhythmic metronomes and voice-activated control of various kinds of live sound processes."

Dafna Naphtali is a versatile sound-artist/singer/guitarist/electronic-musician and performer/composer. Active since the mid-90’s in experimental music, contemporary classical and improvised music, she uses her custom Max/MSP programming for sound processing of voice and other instruments.
HANS TAMMEN | Guitar-Controlled Live Sound Processing

Hans Tammen will perform "I hate Zero Crossings", a work that exhibits nonlinear feedback strategies to occasional create chaotic sonic behaviors. This feedback loop can go on for a while, and the performer occasionally interferes with the balance of power to give it a new direction, until at the end, as usual, that balance gets out of control.

Current projects sometimes use sound input from other players to be processed, but the live sound processing is still controlled by guitar sounds.

NZNZ (AR) Procedural Animation [ screening ]

Emmanuel Pidré (a.k.a NZNZ) is a self-taught programmer, digital artist, graphic designer, VJ and Software Art enthusiast. His work is between the tangible and abstract and investigates the escence of the form, the color and the transformation. Seeking the beauty of the construction and the destruction. Using generative algorithms executing in real time and normally modified by a system of rules.




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