electronic music

Start Date: 
15 Sep 2014
Hours: 
8:00PM-11:00PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Industry City Distillery, 33 35th Street (6th Floor), Brooklyn, NY 11232
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Join Theremidi Orchestra and the Sound Happens workshop participants in special performances of electronic noise produced from experimentation with hands-on electronic kits.

Industry City Distillery will host a donation bar featuring their Industry Standard Vodka, a beet sugar vodka created entirely in New York City.

Schedule

Performance I, special guest Ben Owen

Performance II, “Sound happens in the group!”  by workshop participants

Performance III, “Sound happens!” by Theremidi Orchestra

About the Artists

 
Projects: CT-SWaM
People: Daniel Neumann, Erica Kermani, Theremidi Orchestra
Research: Sound
Tags: electronic music, performance, sound art

Eyebeam Fellow Taeyoon Choi, in collaboration with The Public School New York and various artists, presents a multi-week class exploring sound art and electronic music.

Class Schedule:

2/5 from 1PM-5PM @ Eyebeam
Introduction to Sound Art #1
with Mike Clemow
Discussion will focus on the basics of sound, acoustics, field recording, and musique concrète. Demonstrations will use Audacity to present a wide repertoire of sound sources in composing a piece.

 
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Eyebeam Fellow Taeyoon Choi, in collaboration with The Public School New York and various artists, presents a multi-week class exploring sound art and electronic music. This week Eyebeam staffer Roddy Schrock will lead an introduction to the open source sound software SuperCollider.

Each week has been led by a different artist, and the class will culminate in a performance and interactive presentation. Participating artists - Mike Clemow, Jamie Allen, Travis Houldcroft, Roddy Schrock, Taeyoon Choi, and Jackson Moore - are workshoping topics in field recording, circuit bending, diy instrument building, sound walks, performance and composition. Software explored will include Audacity, Max, Pd, SuperCollider, and more.

 
Hours: 
1:00PM-3:00PM
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Eyebeam Fellow Taeyoon Choi, in collaboration with The Public School New York and various artists, presents a multi-week class exploring sound art and electronic music.

Class Schedule:

2/5 from 1PM-5PM @ Eyebeam
Introduction to Sound Art #1
with Mike Clemow
Discussion will focus on the basics of sound, acoustics, field recording, and musique concrète. Demonstrations will use Audacity to present a wide repertoire of sound sources in composing a piece.

 
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Bluetooth Beats is a physical turntable emulator. With a DJ Hero controller, a Wiimote, OSCulator, and PureData, Bluetooth Beats gives anyone the ability to manipulate and scratch songs like a DJ without the need for expensive, professional equipment.

The purpose of the official DJ Hero game is to reproduce the experience of being an actual DJ. For example, in the game, when a user places their finger on the 'vinyl' and pulls in a certain direction it makes a scratch sound. These actions take place in a controlled environment, with set songs and scratch points, where a user follows prompts provided by the game - scoring points for reproducing the sounds in the game.

Project Created: 
June 2010
 

NYC public school students between the ages of 13–18 are invited to spend their Thursday afternoons, from 3–6PM, at Eyebeam. Each month will feature a series of free hands-on workshops, starting at 4PM, where students will have the opportunity to work with different open-source software programs as used by artists and technologists.

Thursdays in May: Electronic Music Production with Eyebeam Resident Jace Clayton
Musician and writer Jace Clayton (aka DJ/rupture) will introduce students to electronic music production and sound design using a variety of open source and inexpensive audio software. Students will learn the basics of sampling, synthesis, beat programming, and FX processing as they develop a composition of their own.

 
Start Date: 
26 Jan 2006
Hours: 
7:00pm
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam

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January 2006

We kicked-off the year to a full house with an evening of performance and dialog with esteemed composer Pauline Oliveros, joined by two ensembles from RPI and Brown University.

The evening started with a 3-part, audio-visual, improvisation performance. The ensembles and the audience were surrounded by twelve speakers.

 
Book Details
Format: 
magazine
Issue: 
Issue 31
Publication Date: 
Winter 2008
Category: 
Journals
In Stock: 
yes

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.S.W.A.M.P. interview.
.!Mediengruppe Bitnik interview.
.ISEA 2008, Singapore report.
.Ars Electronica 2008 report.
.news: Smiles Less Noise, Taiwa Hensokuki, Machines that Almost Fall Over, AEO, Motion-Extraction-Reanimation Series.
.reviews:
. ..books: Bodies in Code, HMKV 1996-2008, Darko Fritz Archives in Progress, Holy Fire, Software Studies: A Lexicon.

emusic
.Negativland interview.
.Memories of the Future, New Forms of Cultural Production
.The Hype Machine, p2p blogging
.news: Graphite Sequencer, Wind-up Birds, Sun Run Sun, Fold Loud, Physical Sequencer.
.reviews:
..books/dvd: Anthibotis - Occultural Anthology vol. 2, curated by Vicky Bennett - Smiling Through My Teeth, Dj Spooky - Sound Unbound, M. Schumacher - Five Sound Installations, Filmachine.

 
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