We invite submissions of new digital or electronic instruments for Inventors Composers Coaction 2012, an interdisciplinary collaborative project and concert. These will be reviewed by participating composers, at the University of Edinburgh, who will be able to vote for three instruments in order of preference. Inventors of the selected instruments will be provided with one [...]
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In an intimate concert focused on the intersection of electronic and acoustic sound, Crane Arts and Bowerbird present Tristan Perich with Lesley Flanigan. Tristan Perichâ€™s ensemble will perform his /Elevation Maps/, a glacially slow composition combining long, pure tones from five accordions with cascading electronic frequencies. By juxtaposing 1-bit soundâ€”the most primitive digital waveformâ€”with traditional [...]
Introduced in 1928, the Theremin is one of the earliest and most widely known electronic instruments. Played artists that manipulate invisible energy fields around antennas which control the pitch and volume of the sound, Theremin music has distinguished hit records from such diverse artists as The Beach Boys, Led Zeppelin, Clara Rockmore and Linkin Park. [...]
Mr McFallâ€™s Chamber is pleased to invite applications for a Call for scores involving instruments and live electronics Scottish-based chamber ensemble, Mr McFallâ€™s Chamber, is inviting applications and ideas from composers and programmers to take part in an electronic music project in May 2011. Mr McFall’s Chamber would like to invite composers to submit new [...]