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February 23rd, 2005 - media·teletipos
sistema de teletipos [noticias] arte sonoro, video-arte, arte-electrónico


la más reciente entrega de música para espías es un programa especial de 2 horas que se transmitió el 18 de febrero en LATEFORME TRANSLOCALE / RELAIS RADIO. o escucharse directamente en Atelier d’Architecture Autogérée / ECObox, 22quater rue Pajol, 75018 Paris (grand portail bleu) - Métro La Chapelle.

algunos de los participantes al festival incluyeron a: Makronaute con su scanner radio, Cassettes con su Bande son d’action, Xelo Bosch, (Música para Espías, Javid et Ahmad Yahyazadeh, Fadaiat / Riereta / Hackitectura, Shu Lea Cheang, Bordercartograph y Egnatia (un proyecto de frontières d’identités et disciplinaires, pour la création d’une narrativité partagée des mémoires et des imaginaires des territoires contemporains) de Stalker.

la transmisión de música para espías incluye música de kolon pipe crew, ilich sabotage, labees, pedro jiménez, dj pod, harold schellinx, carrie, pawky, mitocondria, grundum y beatrice rettig.

Fil du programme radio : http://urbantactics.org/radio
Le relais radio émet en micro-émission hertzienne sur le site et en ligne à http://194.146.225.32:3333/listen.pls

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http://www.dunadigital.com/adee/noticias/index.php?p=247

La nueva hornada de artistas callejeros incorporan la cacharrería electrónica a sus trabajos. Stencils, chorro de tinta, adhesivos… Compartiendo técnica y estrategias con el conocido Banksy, el viajero Dr. Hofmann viene inundando las calles de una iconografía pop macarra muy agradecida.

www.drhofmann.org

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http://www.soundgarten.com/

The Soundgarten is a tangible interface that enables children to create their own sound environment by manipulating physical toy objects. They can use predefined sound samples, record sound samples of their environment and modify and arrange the different elements in sound scenarios, choose volume pitch and apply sound effects.

Soundgarten consists of mushroom-formed items that represent sound samples. There are small flower- and leave-shaped attributes, which can be plugged onto the "mushroom" to modify the sound. A radio-wave microphone embedded in a shuffle-shaped device can record sound samples when a special recording mushroom is plugged into it. Last but not least, the "flower-patch", i.e. the central part of Soundgarten, allows the sounds to be activated and arranged.

The Soundgarten interface works in combination with software that runs on any standard personal computer. With a wireless connection the PC works completely detached from the interface itself and thus remains invisible to the user. According to the concept of invisible and embedded computing, the user's attention is centred on the interaction space and not on the technical details.
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Fuente: http://www.we-make-money-not-art.com/archives/004537.php


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http://www.audium.org/

Audium is the only theatre of its kind in the world, pioneering the exploration of space in music. The theatre's 169 speakers bathe listeners in sounds that move past, over, and under them. "Sound sculptures" are performed in darkness in the 49-seat theatre.

Vision
When the concept of AUDIUM began taking shape in the late 1950's, space was a largely unexplored dimension in music composition. The composer who suspected space capable of revealing a new musical vocabulary found his pursuit blocked by the inadequacy of audio technology and performance spaces.

Because of an unusual combination of art and technology -- AUDIUM's creators, composer Stan Shaff and equipment designer Doug McEachern, were both professional musicians -- AUDIUM's conception and realization were able to evolve jointly. AUDIUM is the only theatre anywhere constructed specifically for sound movement, utilizing the entire environment as a compositional tool.


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http://www.autogena.org/mirrors/

Standing silent and abandoned, a series of isolated and mysterious concrete structures line the south east coast of England. Known locally as "listening ears", these structures, more properly called acoustic mirrors, are vestiges from great inter-war acoustic experiments to create an early warning system against the possibility of an airborne invasion across the English Channel.

The acoustic mirrors tilted their faces to the sky and collected sound in giant concrete dishes. They were operated by trained listeners that endured cold nights at their listening posts, entombed in concrete bunkers, or high on listening platforms in front of the mirrors, to pick up distant noises from the sky.

The acoustic mirrors were never used in wartime - the invention of radar and the increasing speed of aeroplanes rendered them obsolete within ten years of their erection. Almost seventy years later, these now forgotten experiments have become the focus and the inspiration for a groundbreaking international art project - an attempt to re-invent this redundant technology for the 21st Century. [...]

Visitors to the mirrors will be able to climb up to a listening platform in front of the mirror, in the manner of the original listeners at the historic mirrors. Rather than straining for the sound of distant aeroplane engines, people will be listening to the sounds of the sea, as well as for voices speaking to them from across the Channel.

A new advanced acoustic technology will allow transmitted sounds from the other mirror to be audible only at a particular focal point in front of the dish - focused at the small area around the listener's head. The person standing at the focus point will hear a complete “holographic” binaural sound image which will appear to be coming from the air all around them.

The binaural sound image will reproduce the sound in three dimensions, so that the listener will feel as if they are actually standing in the place where the voice was speaking. The transmitted sound will mix with the sounds of the sea and the Channel, which will be collected and amplified by the acoustic effects of the dish itself. [...]

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http://www.digitalfishphones.com/

the fish fillets channel insert package
free audio plugins


BLOCKFISH is a versatile compressor with countless ways to shape the incoming audio.
Unlike many other digital compressors, BLOCKFISH has 'soul'. It likes to bite, but it can be tamed easily once you've learned how to use its potential.

SPITFISH is a dead-easy to use de-esser, aimed mainly at mono or stereo vocal tracks. Just like classic analog de-essers, this unit dynamically filters out harsh, annoying s-like sounds that would otherwise 'spit' in your face.

FLOORFISH is a simple expander / gate device, easy to set up and offers a broad variety of processing, ranging from slight expansion, backgound noise attenuation to extreme gating effects.
What's different from similar units is the ability to scan the source and adjust the transistion curve accordingly.

Available for PC/Win & Mac OS hosts.

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http://www.rosegardenmusic.com/
http://ferventsoftware.com/

Rosegarden Music 1.0 (para LINUX)

Rosegarden is a professional audio and MIDI sequencer, score editor, and general-purpose music composition and editing environment. Rosegarden is an easy-to-learn, attractive application that runs on Linux, ideal for composers, musicians, music students, and small studio or home recording environments.

This release marks the completion of nearly five years of solid development effort and sets a precedent for music composition software. Never before has such a powerful and complete piece of music software been made available with its entire source code published! Rosegarden MUSIC combines simplicity with power in the most comprehensive piece of Linux music software yet assembled and it's the only Linux application to offer full composition and recording capabilities to musicians who want to use classical notation.

Fervent Software has backed the development of Rosegarden MUSIC and is now selling the Studio to Go! product bundled complete with this high-quality piece of music software. Additionally, the Studio to Go! package includes selected top quality Linux audio applications carefully packaged in a self configuring Linux Live CD environment. This means that you have access to the best music composition and recording applications at any time on any PC without the need for installation.

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