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Everything and Nothing / electro-music 2010
« on: July 19, 2010, 09:52:56 AM »
The electro-music festival, known as the "Woodstock of electronic music," is the world's premiere event for experimental electronic music.

This year's event features three mind-bending days of innovative electronic music concerts, seminars, workshops, demonstrations, jam sessions, video art, a laptop battle, and a swap-meet.

Action starts at 12 noon on Friday, September 10 and runs until after midnight on September 12.

Musical activities will be running continuously throughout the three days of the festival.

electro-music 2010 takes place at the Greenkill Retreat Center in Huguenot, New York. On-site lodging and meals are available. Tickets range from $25 for a single day to $325 for a 3-day pass including meals and lodging.

More information, including a complete schedule of events can be found on the web site at:

http://event.electro-music.com/

You may also contact us at event@electro-music.com

A wide variety of instruments and musical styles will be represented, ranging from theremin to analog modular synthesizers to home made devices, from classic space music to abstract electronica to world beats.

The following artists will be performing:

Abuse Tactics
Acoustic Interloper
Aether Generator
Azimuth Visuals
The Bent Doctors
Brainstatik
Delicate Monster
Jeremy dePrisco
Robert Dorschel
dRachEmUsiK
Robert Edgar
Ben Fleury-Steiner
Paul Harriman
Glenn Henriksen
Hylantown
Kevin Kissinger
Andrew Koenig
Roland Kuit
Richard Lainhart
the Last to Sleep
Lunetta Maelstrom
Mayakara
Kurt Michaels
D. Minoza
Logan Mitchell
Modulator ESP
Shane Morris
Mosquito Gita
Howard Moscovitz
Mark Mosher
MusicMan11712
MyOwnYoko
NEOREV
Northern Valentine
Michael O'Bannon
Joo Won Park
Kip Rosser
Project Ruori
redgreenblue
Siebert and Lepre
Spinning Plates
SPITZNAGEL
State Machine
Symmetry
Jack Tamul
Technicolor Travel Agency
Transistor Club
Trigal
The Tronic
Twyndyllyngs
Harvey Valdes
VJ Cargo
Waked Lunch
Laura Woodswalker
xeroid entity

Seminars and Workshops:

Darren Bergstein - Studio Storming, Remaking Universes
Jeremy dePrisco - Making Music in Second Life
Rosemary Haskins - Internet Marketing and Promotion
Rosemary Haskins - Reverbnation
Les Hall and Mathe Sluijter - Lunetta Breadboard Workshop
Kevin Kissinger - DIY Modules for Analog Synthesis
Andrew Koenig - Introduction to Ableton Live
Roland Kuit - Soundlab Synthesis Tutorial
Richard Lainhart - Intermediate Analog Synthesis
Rebecca Mercuri and Kevin Meredith - Dr. Harry Olson and Audio Research at RCA
Kevin Meredith - Circuit Bending Workshop
Howard Moscovitz and Robin Miller - Ambiophonic Sound
Mark Mosher - Spatial, Visual, and Matrix Controllerism with Ableton Live
Michael O'Bannon - Generating Sound and Music with Brainwaves
Dale Parson - Mapping Language Structures to Musical Phrases
Steve Weinstock - Introduction to MIDI
Tanya Thielke - Creative Process

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nice video and music :)

Check out a video that Nickolas has created for the song 'Thin Ice'  from 'Transmission Hue' on You Tube;



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at last, a new release :)

congrats Szymon

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http://www.archive.org/details/SonicStrata2

Three teams. Four artists to each team.
Each artist created a layer and then forwarded it to the next team member. What you are about to listen to are end products.
Three stunning and beautiful ambient pieces of work.

Sonic Strata 2.
Part 1 created by Tange, Annode, eigensphere, Modulator ESP.
Part 2 created by usr/sbin, Gregg Plummer, Sonoprint, Somnarium.
Part 3 created by Steve The Keys, Altus, Litmus0001, Jujigen.

Concept: Sonoprint.

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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Robert Rich Tour Blog
« on: June 04, 2010, 05:39:43 AM »
Having put on and attended lots of ambient/EM gigs over the last few years I find that 'karaoke' style EM can be OK if it is done well and is entertaining, but personally I find it a lot less engaging than a real live performance, where all the elements are performed live and there is little or no pre-recorded backing

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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Microphonics
« on: April 14, 2010, 05:53:56 AM »
well, I couldn't organise a tour, but I could probably help with a local date

or there's always Awakenings in 2011

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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Microphonics
« on: April 13, 2010, 04:07:14 AM »
any plans for any UK dates ever?

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Everything and Nothing / Re: The price of CDs
« on: March 22, 2010, 02:19:07 PM »
I very rarely worry about the cost of a CD if it's something I want

I am more easily tempted to try stuff if it is less expensive and quite like bulk purchase offers

I would never not buy something because it was too cheap

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Streaming midi would be quicker but would be much more of a limitation for me, as I don't use soft synths and do a lot of realtime looping and sonic manipulation

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I've done quite a few live sessions over the internet using shoutcast radio software, it's only 128kbps mp3 and there are large delays but if you are doing non-rhythmic stuff it can work pretty well

and each end can record at higher quality for later re-combination if desired

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Music Gearheads Tech Talk / Re: Ken Martin
« on: March 12, 2010, 03:01:59 AM »
It looks like top synth is a Korg MS-2000 and the bottom one is an Oberheim OB-12

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Everything and Nothing / Re: Caprica
« on: March 05, 2010, 11:52:27 AM »
I quite like it, even though it is even more of an SF soap opera than BSG

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Everything and Nothing / Re: Pressed CDs and independent artists/labels
« on: February 22, 2010, 02:09:40 PM »
I like music, I prefer it on CD, but if I really want it I'll buy it on whatever format it is available in, vinyl, cassette, CDR, download, whatever


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I like ambient because it is free of any direct emotional communication, it doesn't tell you what to think, or how to feel like most 'popular' forms of music.

This might be why a lot of people don't like it

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Everything and Nothing / Re: Questions for artists and labels re: Piracy
« on: February 19, 2010, 02:20:09 PM »
my answers

1. As a result of piracy I have decided it's not worth trying to sell stuff. I enjoy making it and I enjoy sharing it with people, I just don't think there's much point in attempting to "release" it. Having said that I do make cDRs to sell at gigs, which is nice :)

2. So like I said at 1. piracy has influenced my decision to mostly give my stuff away, as giving it away is a lot less work than trying to sell it and I get to spend my time making music rather than worrying about it not selling.

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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Combs Creek Haller - Singularity
« on: February 16, 2010, 05:06:49 AM »
this is a great set jez, kevin, and jim!   ;D

thanks Shane :)

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Radio Massacre International
Xan Alexander
Edge Effect

Saturday 13th March 2010

Held at:

Paget High School
Business & Enterprise College
Burton Road
Branston
Burton on Trent
Staffs
DE14 3DR

Advance tickets can be purchased from the website. Unless otherwise noted, the ticket price includes a FREE mp3 Virtual Ticket that will be made available shortly after the gig, these will only be available to purchase online until the day before the gig.

If you cannot attend and wish to purchase a Virtual Ticket you should just purchase a standard ticket and email to let me know you only want the VT

All line-ups subject to change, check website for latest details

www.awakenings-em.co.uk

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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Microphonics
« on: February 15, 2010, 05:26:21 AM »
my copy arrived on Saturday morning and was enjoyed very much last night :)

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Other Ambient (and related) Music / Re: Combs Creek Haller - Singularity
« on: February 09, 2010, 09:10:26 AM »
Congrats Jez, downloading now - but don't you just hate it when reviewers etc just sit on the fence  ;D

aye, terrible isn't it ;)

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