Series of lectures at the University of Copenhagen, Njalsgade 80, room 21.0.49
Language: Danish and English
september 9. Brandon LaBelle: Introduction
september 13. Jacob Kreutzfeldt: Bylyd og soundscape
september 20. Torben Sangild: Lyd, rum og atmosfære
september 27. Ulrik Schmidt: Auditiv ambiens
october 4. Morten Michelsen: Musik som noteret og som hørt, lydscene-begrebet
october 11. Brandon LaBelle: Sound Art and related issues
october 25 (NB: dobbeltforelæsning: 12-15). Sanne Krogh Groth: EMS: To musikkulturer - én institution og Bente Larsen: Ord, lyd, pause, rytme: Finn Quist, Pierre Schaeffer og det blinde teater.
november 1. Hanne-Louise Johannesen: Lyden af filt - interaktion i rum, tekstil og lyd.
november 8. Inger Damsholt: Lyd som bevægelsesstimuli
november 15. Tania Ørum: Lyden af litteratur
november 22. Erik Granly: Byens lyd: Walter Ruttmann og Else Marie Pade
december 6. Nicoletta Isar: The Spatialisation of Sound. From World Picture to Sound World.
Full Pull 07 - experiments around the sound
(Malmö) The third edition of FULL PULL festival present a broad range of music, art and performance where creativity and simplicity is the main focus.
Over a period of four weeks, starting August 25 and ending September 23, FULL PULL and collaborating partners present music, art and performance in three cities around Öresund.
Cross the borders of countries, disciplines and art forms FULL PULL 07 explores electronic/experimental contemporary music and art.
Trondheim Matchmaking is an annual international festival in Trondheim, Norway, for electronic arts and new technology arranged by Trondheim Electronic Arts Centre, TEKS.
The festival is a meeting point for presenting innovative ideas and artistic projects, a place to share knowledge, make contacts and learn new skills and develop resources within new technology and electronic arts.
New art projects with a need for technology - new technologies with a need for substance: a place to bind together resources and competence within the field.
TRONDHEIM MATCHMAKING 2007 IS SCHEDULED FOR OCTOBER 17TH - NOVEMBER 11TH!
For more info: go to http://matchmaking.teks.no/
Danish magasin Dansk Musik Tidsskrift has a theme issue on Sound Art
DMT. Nr. 5, april 2007 - årgang 81
Lyden af smedejernssøjler på Broadway/ Site-specifik kunst i det postmoderne rum/ Kan man høre lyden?/ Diagonalsymfoni, skulpturer med lyd, film uden klang/ At lytte ind i verden/ Tonespace – et musikalsk eksperimentarium
Sound, Art, Auditory Cultures
Organised by Søren Møller Sørensen, Torben Sangild, Erik Granly and Brandon LaBelle.
Venue: University og
Time: November 28-30
Registration: Kirsten Zeuthen by September 1. Please include a short abstract of the paper to be presented.
The conference working language is English. There is no fee for participating. Please note that we cannot offer financial or practical support for travel and accommodation. We will, however, be happy to provide letters of support for those applying for travel funds from their own institutions.
Posted on May 6th, 2007 in Resources |
The history of sound art is the topic of a series of four great radioshows (in Norwegian) produced by NRK.
They can be streamed here
Piksel07 - November 15-18 2007
Piksel is an annual event for artists and developers working with free and open source audiovisual software. Part workshop, part festival, it is organised in Bergen, Norway, by the Bergen Centre for Electronic Arts (BEK)  and involves participants from more than a dozen countries exchanging ideas, coding, presenting art and software projects, doing workshops, performances and discussions on the aesthetics and politics of free and open source software.
Call for participation - deadline july 15. 2007
Posted on May 1st, 2007 in Resources |
WFAE Newsletter: http://interact.uoregon.edu/MediaLit/WFAE/home/newsletter/index.htm
WFAE Journal: http://interact.uoregon.edu/MediaLit/WFAE/journal/news_journal.htm
(PDF-versions of the journal from 2000-2004)
– The World Soundscape Project / The Sonic research Studio: http://www.sfu.ca/sonic-studio/
– EarthEar: http://www.earthear.com/about/aboutthissite.html
– Quiet American: http://www.quietamerican.org/index.html
– Sound Bum (only in japanese): http://www.soundbum.org/
Swedish magasin Nutida Musik has a theme issue on Sound Art
Nutida Musik #4:1/2006:07
LJUDKONST: RUMSLIGA ASPEKTER
ROBIN MINARD/KIRSTEN REESE/LJUDKONST - DEN SVENSKA MODELLEN/MAX NEUHAUS/LJUDINSTALLATIONER/SOUNDSCAPE/TRANSLOCATIONS/NOISE DESIGN/KENT TANKRED/BERNHARD LEITNER
Posted on April 30th, 2007 in Resources |
Here are some links to (free) software
this list will be updated:
If you are using Linux check out CCRMA. They are developing and distributing tons of stuff (in a project called Planet CCRMA).
Also check out the programs developed by NOTAM.
Ardour - Linux and OSX freeware multi-track editor – a UNIX-version of protools.
Audacity - cross-platform open source multi-track sound editor
Hyperupic - image to sound translation for OSX
IXI - somewhere in between real-time processing and soundtoys
Pure data (or Pd) – cross-platform open source modular program in the max-family
Gem - GEM (Graphical Environment for Mulitmedia) is a library for working with real-time 3D graphics
Pmpd - excellent library for physical modelling
Soundhack - Tom Erbe’s classic FFT based sound-editor (OSX)
Eyesweb - excellent (windows only) modular program for real-time video processing and analysing.
Processing - cross platform tool for writing digital multimedia application