Workshops

  • 14 February 2019, University of Kent, Medway, UK 

Workshop & Performance: From Musicking to Transmusicking 

Workshop & performance looking at improvisation, collaborative music making, and telematics led by Nela Brown as part of MU621 ‘Technology in Performance’ module on the BSc (Hons) Music Technology programme at the School of Music and Fine Art, University of Kent.

Check the video of the performance 🙂

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A HUGE THANK YOU to Aki Pasoulas, Director of Education and MAAST (which we definitely need to test with FLO!!!) for his kind invitation; Frank Walker and Les Hutchins for expertly helping with the technical set-up, and the undergraduate students from the School of Music and Fine Art for doing a great performance using different instruments and music making tools (including Ariane Stolfi’s Playsound.space and Open Band!)

This workshop & performance was made possible by the kind support from the following organizations:

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Workshop & Performance: From Musicking to Transmusicking 

Workshop & performance looking at improvisation, collaborative music making and telematics, led by Andrea Bravo, Nela Brown and Tuna Pase as part of Hangar Sonor 2017-2018 season. 

Audio of the performance was recorded with Sony PCM-D50 (straight from the mixing desk).

Video of the performance was recorded with GoPro HERO4:

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Must remember to get one of these cute lamps for the next FLO performance. Much easier to see the mixing desk with it 🙂

A HUGE THANK YOU to Marc Ribera Valls, Sergi Botella and Lluís Nacenta from Hangar, (for kindly hosting us!), Tuna’s colleague Çağatay Erbaşı (for joining us at the last minute and bringing his brilliant music making gadgets), Locus Sonus platform (for providing the streams) and Ariane Stolfi for providing an awesome web audio interface Playsound.space (which is part of her PhD research). We love it! You will love it too! Check it out here! Read all about it here.

This workshop & performance was made possible by the kind support from the following organizations:

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Workshop & Performance: Composing and performing with a laptop orchestra

Workshop & performance looking at strategies and techniques for composing and performing with a laptop orchestra/ electroacoustic ensemble led by Nela Brown, covering a variety of topics from coordinating musicians, deciding on repertoire and using Bigwig software for processing audio in real-time, to writing a performance ‘score’, rehearsing, performing and documenting the performance.

Workshop webpage

Full conference programme programme

Audio of the performance was recorded with Sony PCM-D50 🙂

Video of the performance was recorded and edited by the wonderful Cristina Santos 🙂

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Having a harp in the performance does not happen everyday, let alone deconstructing a Colombian folk song 🙂

A HUGE THANK YOU to the conference organizer Elena Robles Mateo and to workshop participants: Elena Rita Pelejero, Montse Briceño, Jorge Sastre, Kris Ospina, Marco Toledo, Roser Domingo,  Alex Granero and Raquel Brelt from La Universitat Politècnica de València. You guys rock!!!

This workshop & performance was made possible by the kind support from the following organizations:

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