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μ loop

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μ loop

    very short / very rich         10 total views, 10 views today Share on...

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5 bluesy loops

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5 bluesy loops

  please, use them, recycle, remix!!         17 total views, no views today Share on...

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game of life

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game of life

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lovely sines

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lovely sines

  This is for Nikki     This old Max Msp Jitter patch is still one of my favorite instruments. Both visuals and sound are massaging my soul and brain reminding me how beautiful is letting go of your ego while bathing in the beauty of pure sonic vibrations without needing to express anything at all.   Radicalizing: listening is attention, not apprehension;  to listen is evidence of what happens as sound,  not knowledge of what happens with sound.  So: sound is the presence of an absolute,  his annunciation is its own revelation,  listening then certainly is not the act by which   you come to a discursive apprehension,  but the moment at which perception mediates  and joins the multiplicity in the unity of formal knowledge.  Listening is immediate experience in which knowledge  coincides with the action: listening is ascesis.                             (Franco Donatoni)   43 total views, no views today Share on...

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e-glitch

Posted by on 8:08 pm in Circuit Bending · Glitch, Pixel Sorting, Video | 0 comments

e-glitch

  opening a webpage in Safari I got this nice glitch:     here it is after some pixel sorting:         and here some more random reiterations:       764 total views, 1 views today Share on...

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gyroscopes

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gyroscopes

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spun spectra video

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spun spectra video

  some beutiful spun spectra moving images     Spun Spectra is a short film based on the photo series by artist Nicolas Teichrob (spunspectra.com) which showcases the natural optical phenomena of the rainbow spectra created by sunlight passing through spider webs. Of form and function unknown, certainly distinct, similarly unique yet consistently variable, the spectra of webs have likely hit everyone’s eyes from afar but subconsciously pushed to the periphery of our observations. The fine details of colour wait for a participating observer to simply take a closer look and bring them to the forefront. To look and listen with a truly wide open perspective allows us to better understand the natural world around us, the billions of years behind us and resultantly have a more thorough understanding of the present as a function of the past and future. Further, these images invite us all to engage in the full range of spatial scales far beyond the average, from the micro to the macro and everything in-between. Beauty in nature surrounds us all. Cinematography by Nicolas Teichrob (spunspectra.com) Audio by Giorgio Magnanensi For inquires, please visit spunspectra.com and check other beautiful work by Dendrite Studios HERE       45 total views, no views today Share on...

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galassie

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galassie

for Heather               539 total views, no views today Share on...

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G spectrum

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G spectrum

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blue rays

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blue rays

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swirling (liquid) pixels

Posted by on 6:26 pm in Circuit Bending · Glitch, Video | 0 comments

swirling (liquid) pixels

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bits & droneloops

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bits & droneloops

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swirling pixels

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swirling pixels

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squares & clouds

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squares & clouds

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SO / MH

Posted by on 9:22 pm in Compositions, Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

SO / MH

  …some sound objects and oscillographic videos for Marina Hasselberg     77 total views, no views today Share on...

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3 glitchy loops

Posted by on 6:17 pm in Circuit Bending · Glitch, Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

3 glitchy loops

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TDU / MH

Posted by on 7:50 pm in Compositions, News, Oscilloscope fun, Teatro dell'udito, Video | 0 comments

TDU / MH

some preliminary drafts/studies for a new piece for cello, maple flat resonators, sound objects and oscillographic videos for Marina Hasselberg. …more to come   studio #1   studio #2   studio #3 260 total views, no views today Share on...

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il guadagnini

Posted by on 10:44 pm in Audio , Installations | 1 comment

il guadagnini

  scultura sonora (maple) [Download]   August 2-20, 2017 • 50 Canadian Things • Sunshine Coast Art Council – Sechelt, BC This piece is dedicated to the memory of French Canadian violinist Jacques Israelievitch and it is inspired by “Violin”, one of the 50 short stories written by Jane Urquhart in her book A Number of Things. Maple is a wonderful and brightly resonating wood often utilized for its sonic and mechanical quality in precious violins of XVIII Century’s master luthiers such as Giovanni Battista Guadagnini. Similarly to a transfigured violin soundboard, the maple audio resonator of this piece diffuses a continuous soundscape composed using a short excerpt of the Gigue from the Partita no. 3 in E Major BWV 1006 by Johan Sebastian Bach as performed by Jacques Israelievitch on his Guadagnini violin. The transformed and manipulated sound waves and the maple resonator offer a sonic and iconic homage to the wonderful sounds we were gifted in time by a wonderful musician and his great violin. The silhouette design of the maple board was inspired by my son Max who drew it for me after we discussed some ideas.   Violin by Giovanni Battista Guadagnini       192 total views, no views today Share on...

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game of drones

Posted by on 4:16 pm in Audio , Events, News | 0 comments

game of drones

Drone Day 2017   Tomorrow, Saturday, May 27  on Granville Island presented by Quiet City & Vancouver New Music https://twitter.com/panospria/status/865231749764141056=   https://www.facebook.com/events/1301058563312372/       DRONE DAY •  Flickr Page           137 total views, no views today Share on...

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Chambers Σflare rmx

Posted by on 7:13 pm in News, Remix, Video | 0 comments

Chambers Σflare rmx

  Remix of (and video for) chambers (Michael Red & Gabriel Saloman). Based on stems from the original tracks appeared on debacle records sigma flare I & II     Thank you Michael and Gabriel for sounds and inspiration.         155 total views, no views today Share on...

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blue chirps

Posted by on 10:19 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

blue chirps

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more sound waves

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more sound waves

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random waving

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random waving

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raging

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raging

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back to some dear liquid sines

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back to some dear liquid sines

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butterfly

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butterfly

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digibliz

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digibliz

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3 enigmatic sequences

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3 enigmatic sequences

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ambientsorting

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ambientsorting

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∆••¬¬

Posted by on 9:08 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

∆••¬¬

  some more drones and wave morphing…           170 total views, no views today Share on...

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stardrones

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stardrones

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orange drones

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orange drones

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wavetable drones

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wavetable drones

drone day is coming…       ….and here 7 more drones for sound meditation         177 total views, no views today Share on...

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circling sines

Posted by on 9:50 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

circling sines

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squared

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squared

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sound crystals / -H

Posted by on 5:15 pm in Audio , Installations, News, Video | 0 comments

sound crystals / -H

  I have been working on this new installation/project as part of Leaning Out of Windows and finally I finished all the maple resonators and finalized the audio material. It will be installed sometime in January 2018 at the ECUAD new building. Leaning Out of Windows (LOoW) is a four-year SSHRCC funded interdisciplinary art and science project, involving four phases between 2016 to 2020. It involves co-designing, curating, testing, and analyzing models of collaboration for art and science. Participants include Emily Carr University’s faculty, art students, visiting artists + physicists, post-doctoral researchers and graduate students working at TRIUMF, Canada’s national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics and accelerator-based science located at the University of British Columbia.   In this venture we join together artists and physicists to share the quest to understand the nature of reality. Their diverse experiences, views, and interactions bring each discipline to see a new perspective on the creative process while also broadening the potential for communication between disciplines. Our aim is to transform the grammar of abstract knowledge by specifically addressing the barely discernible phenomena studied by physics through aesthetics, analogy, metaphor, and other inventive methods.     maple resonator A1 maple resonator A2 maple resonator B1 maple resonator B2 maple resonator C1 maple resonator C2 yellow cedar resonator plus 6 maple resonators yellow cedar resonator plus 6 maple resonators yellow cedar resonator plus 6 maple resonators yellow cedar resonator plus 6 maple resonators yellow cedar resonator       Resonances and Reveries During the time spent working on Sound Crystals / -H I have been trying to maintain an approach that, while mainly focusing on sonic imagination, would explore the possibility of dialogue, relation and transference between visceral and intellectual knowledge. This is the trait of a behavior which main goal is to attain an intense creative flow and a reinforcement of the balance between creative energy, intuition and veridical perspectival content of hearing. Approaching the dialogue with physicist Art Olin, and in general in the context of LOoW, I had the opportunity to better observe what is that I am doing when consciously activating poietic and symbolic analogies. In hearing and listening to the scientists at the TRIUMF seminar and to Art Olin’s elucidations during our conversations, I found myself asking very simple questions again and again: What is it? What am I hearing? And also: How does this hearing allow me to dialogue in the very space that is defined? What “knowledge transference” is about when inscribed in and inspired by a process of artistic transformation? These very questions are also already an inscription, a giving form: a kind of writing immanent to the act of perception itself, though here sound is no an object, “a thing”, as I don’t rely in any reification of sonic phenomena. Everything here exists instead in a constant and complex negotiation in between a perceived presence and the perceiving subject: antihydrogen and my own apprehension of the traces of its possible, revealed, yet impenetrable existence. The in between of this binary oscillation is the contingency of our temporal and cultural framework (medium) and it is here where the creation of “a” sense (meaning?) between signifier and signified may eventually happen. This in between is a fluid, shifting, morphing and never firm relational transformation, activated by and within the constant flow and emergence of symbolic and poietic reveries. Or maybe it is just the creation of an aura, a distance, or something...

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low bits

Posted by on 6:36 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

low bits

      …more low bits : )     159 total views, no views today Share on...

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winged object

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winged object

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grids & ladders

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grids & ladders

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network noise

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network noise

  sniffing network noise               241 total views, no views today Share on...

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gameloop

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gameloop

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harmonographs

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harmonographs

      Inspiration:     John Whitney: Experiments in motion graphics   Anthony Ashton: Harmonograph, a visual guide to the mathematics of music     Harmonograph 1   Harmonograph 2       198 total views, no views today Share on...

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rndm

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rndm

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soundflowers

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soundflowers

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focus

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focus

    I needed some focus today… : )     272 total views, no views today Share on...

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One Page Score video

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One Page Score video

  One-Page Score Project with the Plastic Acid Orchestra   One-Page Score Project with Plastic Acid Orchstra Conducted by Giorgio Magnanensi 28 January 2017; 8PM Pyatt Hall (843 Seymour Street, Vancouver, BC) Program: Ian Goldman • The Meditative Cycle 0:00 George McCutcheon • Relative (for PAO) 4:45 Dubravko Pajalic • OPS1 10:50 Larry Popovitch • Wound 15:55 Matthew Talbot-Kelly • 3 [sounds in a paper bag (for prepared orchestra)] 21:55 Vilio Celli • Armonia 26:40 Graham Brown • Unknown But Knew 36:35 Lance Lim • Faith in the DTES 44:05 Plastic Acid Orchestra: Percussion –Katie Rife; Trumpet – Mark D’Angelo, French Horn – Holly Bryan, Trombone – Jim Hopson; Flute – Carol Dymond; Clarinet – Mike Brown; Oboe – Emma Ringrose; Violins – Elyse Jacobson, Molly MacKinnon, Meredith Bates, Zoe Robertson, Llowyn Ball; Violas – John Kastelic, Tony Kastelic, Genevieve MacKay; Cellos – Doug Gorkoff, Shin-Jung Nam; Bass – Michael Vaughan.   312 total views, no views today Share on...

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m•am microsequence

Posted by on 10:00 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

m•am microsequence

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lupercalia

Posted by on 10:38 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

lupercalia

happy lupercalia everyone     “European music is based on the artificial sound of the note and the (tone) scale; it opposes the brutal and objective sonority of the world. As a result of an unbreakable convention European music is obliged from the beginning to express a subjectivity. It seems to fight the sonority of the outside world, like a sensitive being resisting the insensitivity of the universe. European civilization (such as it emerged around the year 1000 ) is one of the only civilizations accompanied by a huge and dazzling history of music. This civilization – with its adoration of the suffering of Jesus, its chivalrous love, its cult of the bourgeois family, its patriotic passions – fabricated the sentimental man. Music has played an integral and decisive part in the ongoing process of sentimentalization of man. But it can happen at a certain moment (in the life of a person or of a civilization) that sentimentality (previously considered as a humanizing force, softening the coldness of Reason) becomes unmasked as ‘the superstructure of brutality’. It was at such a moment that music seemed to me like the deafening noise of the emotions, while the world of noise in Xenakis’ compositions became, for me, beauty; beauty purified of the dirt, purified of sentimental barbary. As a ‘prophet of insensibility’ Joyce could still remain a novelist; Xenakis on the other hand has had to go beyond music. […] Xenakis opposes the whole of the European history of music. His point of departure is elsewhere; not in an artificial sound isolated from nature in order to express a subjectivity, but in an ‘objective’ noise of the world, a sonorous mass which does not gush from the heart, but which approaches us from the outside, like raindrops or the voice of wind.” – Milan Kundera, Prophète de l’Insensibilité, in M. Fleuret (ed.) Regards sur Iannis Xenakis, 1981, Paris. 299 total views, no views today Share on...

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little wheel spin and spin

Posted by on 7:02 pm in Audio , Compositions, News, Recordings | 0 comments

little wheel spin and spin

from Buffy Remix Veda Hille, CBC Radio Orchestra, Alain Trudel Conductor [Download] Sometimes special songs seem to give a strong voice to the spirit of our time. This project and its making was also special in the way it manifested itself. Maybe it’s just about beauty, something we only acknowledge as an exception and not as an option. “We are helpless, we are part of, we are little wheels. One and one and one make three… giving everything they have.” (Carl Wilson) So let’s hope in a philosophy that transcends these times, one that can overcome the limitation of die Zeitgeist, as I can not reconcile myself with the idea that the spirit of our time is also our own spirit.   Little Wheels Spin and Spin Big wheels turn around & around Merry Christmas Jingle Bells Christ is born and the devil’s in hell hearts they shrink Pockets swell Everybody know and nobody tell Little Wheels Spin and Spin Big wheels turn around & around Oh the sins of Caesar’s men cry the pious citizens who petty thieve the 5 & 10s and the big wheels turn around and around Little Wheels Spin and Spin Big wheels turn around & around Blame the angels, blame the fates, Blame the Jews or your sister Kate Teach your children how to hate and the big wheels turn around and around Little Wheels Spin and Spin Big wheels turn around & around Turn your back on weeds you’ve hoed silly sinful seeds you’ve sowed Add your straw to the camel’s load Pray like hell when your world explode Little Wheels Spin and Spin Big wheels turn around & around Swing your girl fiddler say Later on the piper pay Do see do, swing and sway Dead will dance on judgement day Little Wheels Spin and Spin Big wheels turn around & around    Little Wheel Spin and Spin with the PAO and Veda Hille last September: [Download]     from Buffy Sainte Marie’s 1966 album Little Wheel Spin and Spin: My country ‘Tis Of Thy People You’re Dying             402 total views, no views today Share on...

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M-AM

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M-AM

matter / antimatter       242 total views, no views today Share on...

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sequenze

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sequenze

  for Julian         368 total views, no views today Share on...

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TDU HRO January 24

Posted by on 9:55 pm in News, Teatro dell'udito | 0 comments

TDU HRO January 24

  I’m happy to perform TDU HRO again this month with the Hard Rubber Orchestra   during the VSO New Music Festival.       ….final shots [Download]   and 2 sloooooow shots : ) [Download]     530 total views, no views today Share on...

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hard panning

Posted by on 7:46 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

hard panning

  Some orange buzzing noise, rotating and panning for Lee Hutzulak       326 total views, no views today Share on...

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mirrors & vectors

Posted by on 4:10 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

mirrors & vectors

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six sound objects (vid)

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six sound objects (vid)

  six sound objects   for the Plastic Acid Orchestra with the Lions Gate Youth Orchestra, and François Houle, clarinet & electronics video by Angela Stearns     This piece is an homage to live sound making, the energy and power of imagination and the sheer beauty of sharing sound and sound-thinking together with a large group of young, passionate and committed musicians. The nature of this work relies on direct communication and sonic responses to 6 sound objects ideas and articulations, to allow for an extemporaneous and varied exploration of orchestral timbre, dynamic, gesture and spatialization. The clarinet solo (François Houle) interacts following the sequence of the 6 objects but in a reverse order (chiasmus) and freely improvising within the live forming framework of the piece. This work wishes to provide a platform to expand explorations of live sound/music making in which priority is given to a visceral approach and immediate dialogues and responses via non verbal communication, while building upon a shared collective energy. Its purpose is not to reach an aesthetic dimension, but it aims to foster and to reinforce fundamental values related to sonic imagination and engagement while playing as a model of a possible form of living together: an artistic practice intended more as a behaviour and a vehicle of group meaning where beauty is an activity rather than an entity. [gm] The piece is dedicated to the Plastic Acid Orchestra, The Lions Gate Youth Orchestra and François Houle.       shots & resonances, in slow-mo   1. blocks/clusters 2. dust 3. clouds 4. fast panning 5. micropolyphonies 6. shots and resonances     563 total views, no views today Share on...

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happy new year!

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happy new year!

Happy New Year! Buon Anno! A tutti gli amici, vicini e lontani. To all my friends, near and far away. For a fuller life, where artistic behaviours would fully restore what neither politics or religion will never achieve. Potentiality, lots of work, butterflies, work for love, work for poetry, the beauty of any language, voice, sound, person and imagination. Love to all! Giorgio           531 total views, no views today Share on...

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FBK drone 3D

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FBK drone 3D

  use Red & Cyan 3D glasses     398 total views, no views today Share on...

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Shades of Scorpius

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Shades of Scorpius

Rough mix, recorded live at The Lido, Vancouver • November 16, 2016   Giorgio Magnanensi: upright piano / laptop | Kenton Loewen: drums | J.P. Carter: trumpet & electronics | Lee Hutzulak: DSI Tempest / recording / mix / artwork   Click images below for bandcamp links   Frequent Seizure   After Later   Space Heather Thank you Lee for the recordings and the artwork!     505 total views, no views today Share on...

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re-sorting

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re-sorting

  this is for Heather     same, but 3D • use 3D (Red & Cyan) glasses     528 total views, no views today Share on...

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becoming

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becoming

  the immanence of being and time       406 total views, no views today Share on...

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little wheels spin and spin

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little wheels spin and spin

  A beutiful song  by Buffy Sainte Marie for the end of this year. Veda Hille, voice and piano CBC Radio Orchestra conducted by Alan Trudel Giorgio Magnanensi, orchestration Chan Centre for the Performing Arts, Vancouver • April 15, 2017   [Download]           409 total views, no views today Share on...

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1:11

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1:11

a short loop for Julian             279 total views, no views today Share on...

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onde mobili

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onde mobili

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smoky

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smoky

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rotazioni

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rotazioni

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vectors, projections, mobiles

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vectors, projections, mobiles

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scope mirror

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scope mirror

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strati

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strati

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audiocells

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audiocells

    more sound objects             303 total views, no views today Share on...

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cani randagi

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cani randagi

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wing scopes

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wing scopes

  Maybe not very attractive sound , though there are some nice wave plots here while mirroring two different scopes.           303 total views, no views today Share on...

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star projections

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star projections

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All Hallows’ Eve

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All Hallows’ Eve

Happy Halloween!! from an oscilloscope scary pumpkin             362 total views, no views today Share on...

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crackles and scribbles

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crackles and scribbles

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˚˚˚˚˚¬¬¬¬

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˚˚˚˚˚¬¬¬¬

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dust/noise

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dust/noise

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rungler objects 04

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rungler objects 04

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musicollage

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musicollage

  Time ago my cousin Simonetta Ferrante asked me for some music to accompany an exhibition of her work. I decided to generate some sounds sonifying a selection of her images to complement her beautiful work. Here is a nice Musicollage by Alice Airoldi putting it all together in this video. Thank you Alice!         477 total views, no views today Share on...

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hidden

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hidden

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hrime & lime

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hrime & lime

for J         284 total views, no views today Share on...

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888 (circle mapping B)

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888 (circle mapping B)

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rungler objects 03

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rungler objects 03

    and more rungling…   433 total views, no views today Share on...

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high frequencies

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high frequencies

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coupling

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coupling

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rungler objects

Posted by on 8:43 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

rungler objects

  Rungler objects for soundwaves meditation             552 total views, no views today Share on...

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sculpting with the rungler

Posted by on 10:08 am in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

sculpting with the rungler

  Sculpting some chaotic sound waves with the Rungler (max msp patch version not the real one unfortunately…) The Rungler is a chaotic little synth module created by Rob Hordijk, a great sound sculptor. Here is Rob with the Rungler, and here some more information: Rob Hordijk (b. 1958) was trained as a sculptor and jewelry maker in the 1970s. In the late 1970s and early 1980s he became interested to see if sound could be sculpted in a way that is similar to how materials like metals are worked. Electronics seemed a good way to get control over “sculpting sound,” and thus he invested a lot of time into becoming a master of electronics, with the purpose of being able to “sculpt sound.” He has since been building high-end sound-synthesis electronics for his own artistic purposes, such as installations, and on request for other artists. Hordijk has been teaching for over 20 years at the art academy level, giving lectures and workshops on sound design and sound synthesis.     444 total views, no views today Share on...

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waves flow

Posted by on 11:16 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

waves flow

  a little soundwave meditation       410 total views, no views today Share on...

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drunken loops

Posted by on 11:04 am in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

drunken loops

  raw mix of sample loops         321 total views, no views today Share on...

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circle mapping

Posted by on 8:40 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

circle mapping

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degeneration

Posted by on 10:56 am in Circuit Bending · Glitch, Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

degeneration

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sound waving

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sound waving

  some nice sound wave design   Inspiration: Ben F. Laposky OSCILLONS • Electronic Abstractions, 1953         440 total views, no views today Share on...

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yin yang

Posted by on 11:20 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

yin yang

  YIN         YANG       255 total views, no views today Share on...

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figments & filaments

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figments & filaments

    more oscilloscapes       448 total views, no views today Share on...

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oscillo/scapes

Posted by on 11:04 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

oscillo/scapes

  I found some hazy and liquid landscapes in the oscilloscope today…. oscillo/scapes   smoke 1 water 1 smoke 2 water 2     342 total views, no views today Share on...

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rauch

Posted by on 7:58 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

rauch

    chaos in blue smoke 278 total views, no views today Share on...

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morphing and rotations

Posted by on 7:02 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

morphing and rotations

  morphing sound objects while rotating in space… …in blue : )     objects and 45˚lateral rotation obj 1 obj 1 rotation obj 2 obj 2 rotation obj 3 obj 3 rotation obj 4 obj 4 rotation obj 5 obj 5 rotation obj 6 obj 6 rotation     298 total views, no views today Share on...

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crownspin

Posted by on 12:49 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

crownspin

  more oscilloscope fun… this summer seems very prolific ; )           262 total views, no views today Share on...

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krshhhh

Posted by on 10:05 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

krshhhh

…some harsher noise     236 total views, no views today Share on...

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3 sound objects

Posted by on 8:48 am in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

3 sound objects

  experimenting with oscilloscope searching for some interesting sound objects   …a mini light sequencer 276 total views, no views today Share on...

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heartbeam

Posted by on 11:49 pm in Oscilloscope fun, Video | 0 comments

heartbeam

  This is for Kenton 291 total views, no views today Share on...

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