Elements, Labs and Galleries for Symbolic Sound Kyma 7
Agnete & The Merman Film Release
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Aarhus European Capital of Culture 2017
Render International Music Video Festival 2017
ZKM InSonic Immersive Futures 2017
This feature length music film is an adaptation of an immersive sonic theatre piece created by the composer Cristian Vogel. The story is loosely based on a Scandinavian supernatural folk ballad of the same title. In the staged version, the actors and audience were immersed in the music as it played through a 24 channel Funktion-One sound system set up in a theatre in Aarhus, Denmark.
8th December, ZKM Kubus, Karlsruhe.
48 speaker screening of »Agnete & The Merman« by Cristian Vogel & The Automatic Message. The piece was developed as a performance for 3D audio by an international group of artists and technicians under Vogel’s management and premiered in the middle of 2017 in Aarhus, European Capital of Culture 2017. As part of »inSonic2017: Immersive Future«, Cristian Vogel & The Automatic Message is exhibiting a fixed media version of the piece for video and multi-channel audio.
Cristian Vogel was interviewed by Darwin Grosse for his Art+Music+Technology podcast series. Be sure to also check out Darwin’s Podcast 132 interview with creator of Kyma, Carla Scaletti
NeverEngine Labs founder, Cristian Vogel, premieres his spatial sound performance at Aarhus European Capital of Culture, June 18/19/20th 2017. Official tech partners include Symbolic Sound, Funktion-One, Sonible and Sonic Emotions. Read more at the official webpage.
The Complexity Lab was launched in July 2015. It ran for one year developing advanced sound designs exclusively for Kyma. We focussed on one of the most powerful areas of Kyma – the algorithmic construction of complex signal flows using Replicators, Scripts and Frames. The entire archive is now available to non-subscribers as a gallery at a fixed price.
Malcolm Braff's Time Index Groove
Professor Braff’s advanced groove computation modules were co-developed at the Rhythmic Computation Lab by Malcolm Braff, Gustav Scholda and Cristian Vogel. A suite of Kyma Classes which combine in a modular way to calculate groove and pulse according to Professor Braff’s rhythm theory.
Spectral Processing Basics Webcast
Earlier this year Gustav made a live broadcast covering some of the basic concepts of spectral frame data processing behind his SPCSR Volume One.