‘A piece for an environment’, is a performance that incorporates the environmental sounds of the place where it is performed. Six microphones are spread over the place and pick up the sounds of traffic, passers-by, nature or industrial activities. Those sounds are electronically processed (in Pure Data), and the processed sounds are distributed over six speakers placed around the audience. The musicians move around in the space while playing, and also their sounds are processed in different ways, dependent on the place where they are playing.
A recording of the premiere at DOK, Ghent, Belgium, July 3rd 2018 with Kristof Lauwers, Hans Roels, Stefaan Smagghe and Thomas Van den Eynde:
Some pictures by Rafaël De Bruyne:
A new piece for the Logos Robot orchestra.
On June 1st 2018, Luara MAes and me present our Stereotaie installation at In Dreams in CC Nona.
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The following sounds where made with an oscillator bank with 100 sine oscillators, of which pitch and volume where controlled algorithmically programmed in Pure Data.
On Sunday OCtober 16th i will be presenting my piece 145+ as part of the BeFEM concert series within the Brussels Electronic Marathon 2017.
October 13, 14 & 15, 2017 : FeBeME-BeFEM @ #BEM17
On wednesday October 4th i will be presenting two electroacoustic pieces on the FeBeME Electroacoustic music evening at Centre Culturel Jacques Franck in Brussels.
Collectif Seneçon * : World premiere, stereo, 15-20’
Collectif Seneçon * : Path, stereo, 15’
Kristof Lauwers : 145+, stereo, 5’20
Kristof Lauwers : Redshift, stereo, 7’50
Room Nocte ** : World premiere, Live Electronics, 20’
Sylvie Bouteiller : Piquée d’un Faune, 1440 secondes pour 4 mains et acide nitrique (World premiere), Live Electronics, 24’
More information on the FeBeME site
A Piece for Rodo, a gigantic toy piano built by Godfried-Willem Raes at the Logos Foundation.
A new spectral quarter tone composition for the Logos Robot orchestra, featuring several wind and percussion robotic instruments built by Godfried-Willem Raes.