eContact! 14.3 — Biotechnological Performance Practice eContact! extends an open call for contributions to an issue focussing on the use of the body in electroacoustic performance practice, coordinated by Guest Editor Marco Donnarumma. Performers, composers and others are encouraged to contribute their perspectives on the role or position of the body in experimental practices of [...]
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Ongoing development of a Free, Open Source bio-sensing software/hardware framework for the application of muscle sounds to biophysical generation and control of music, video and responsive milieux. This research will investigate to what extent could muscle sounds be employed musically and how such envision could inform the methodology of music performance. Similarly to human voice, [...]
Electronic band created in 2006 by two musicians from Perpignan (France). They both come from a jazz background as they play guitar or piano in other projects, with an aesthetic outcome ranging from Free jazz to noise or any other style of music where improvisation holds a key role. They recorded an album as a [...]