A new collaboration between physicists and sound artists at Queen Mary, University of London, has produced a sonification of string theory equations. The project is being unveiled at a concert on 5 and 6 November, 2011.
Commissioned by The Science Museum, London Directed, Produced, Filmed and Edited by Nick Street and Jen Fearnley A documentary following the co-curation of the 'Oramics to Electronica' exhibition at The Science Museum in London.
Since its first release in 1982, Touch has created sonic and visual productions that combine innovation with a level of care and attention that has made it the most enduring of any independent music company of its time.
The NAGRA LB has been designed as the natural successor to the ARES-C and the ARES-BB+ recorders, and it is specifically designed for broadcast applications although naturally it is also very well suited to a multitude of other recording applications. Similar in size to the ARES-BB+ the LB offers communication possibilities never before seen in a professional broadcast recorder.
Relay is an online music project devised and curated by Irish musician John Lambert aka Chequerboard. The aim in the project is to create an unbroken chain of sound pieces where each work is created in response to the previous so that ideas and sounds shift,
It is my belief that we are greatly influenced by what we consciously and unconsciously hear. People are more influenced by their audible environments than they realize. I desire to make work that highlights listening as a practice and raise an awareness of sound perception, exposing and highlighting emotional undercurrents in the environments we inhabit. I use audio to direct and manipulate attention of my listeners, subtly challenging their perceptions and preconceptions. My work alternates between taking a playful look at what we consider to be reality and then sometimes a more poetic approach, lingering on sounds and words in order to capture the listener and have them examine what they are paying attention to.
The festival AudioCulture places aesthetic emphasis on compositions that work with “field recordings”. In the case of this creative approach, sounds are composed which – originating in the acoustic environment, the field of audible phenomenon – are recorded with a microphone and, to a certain degree reproduce reality. The recorded sounds, however, are not necessarily related to the original; they are often processed, made clearer or modified and arranged within new musical or narrative reference systems.
From 29 May to 5 September 2010, co-producers Sound and Music and Forma presented Chris Watson's sound installation Whispering in the Leaves in the Palm House at Kew Gardens, part of Kew's Summer Festival.
The piano… such a familiar instrument… perhaps the most popular of all instruments… Used across so many musical genres, the piano has acquired an ubiquitous place amongst composers and musicians alike, and offers an “easy” means to express...
Le site officiel de l\'Opéra de Paris : programmes du Palais Garnier et de l\'Opéra Bastille (opéra, ballet, concert classique), visite de l\'opéra, réservation / achat de billets et informations pratiqu...
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