Pirouette machines: sound and computation from screw cans and fluidics, with Ioana Vreme Moser

What would electronic machines be like without our usual resources? What about sound from old screw cans and radiosensitivity, or the reclaimed science of fluidics and swirls of water? Romanian-born, Berlin-based artist Ioana Vreme Moser asks those questions in her work, today at CTM Festival, in a discussion you can catch live online.

At Black-led Willie Mae camp, music tech exploration starts at age 5 – interview

Black-led, female-led, New York-based Willie Mae Rock Camp is providing inspiration to female and gender nonbinary musicians. Executive director LaFrae Sci talks to us about how it works – and it begins with breathing with a drum machine.

Peter Kirn - December 31, 2022

Listen to Herb Deutsch narrate studies in tape and synthesis, from his 1976 book

In memory of Herb Deutsch, what better than to listen to his charming voice intoning a series of sound design experiments with tape and synthesizers, followed by some very out-there 70s musical creations from the composer.

Peter Kirn - December 12, 2022

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