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Di year experimentación sonora

  1. 1. Hacks, DIY (do it yourself), DIT (do it together), realtime data, circuit bending, hardware hacking, mods, bents, artware, webapps, low-fi, live coding, música, sonido. Una charla para Campus Party donde se compartirá una selección de piezas, autores y proyectos significativos de singular inventiva y diversión. Presentado por jjjolll (Laura Balboa), quien tiene una gran afición por los contenidos, los caracteres, la información, los datos, la modificación, los errores, el esparcimiento, el audio, la imagen, el código y el arte electrónico en el mejor lugar dónde es posible devorarlos en tiempo record: la internet. Resources http://www.nicolascollins.com/hackingtutorials.htm http://makezine.com/ http://www.bentfestival.org/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Do_it_yourself http://sites.google.com/site/tallerdeaudio/ http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070820092753AA25pmJ http://www.ehow.com/how_2085139_make-underarm-noises.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Do_it_yourself Do it yourself (or DIY) is a term used to describe building, modifying, or repairing of something without the aid of experts or professionals. The phrase "do it yourself" came into common usage in the 1950s in reference to home improvement projects which people might choose to complete independently. In recent years, the term DIY has taken on a broader meaning that covers a wide range of skill sets. DIY is associated with the international alternative rock, punk rock, and indie rock music scenes; indymedia networks, pirate radio stations, and the zine community. In this context, DIY is related to the Arts and Crafts movement, in that it offers an alternative to modern consumer culture's emphasis on relying on others to satisfy needs. What is circuit bending? Corto circuito de bajo voltaje Interrupción de flujos eléctricos en juguetes http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6Pbyg_kcEk <<<<minuto 3 -descubrir lo que hay dentro e intervenirlo -customizar por medio de botones, potenciómetros, reconecciones en los puntos de soldadura de los circuitos. Historia Precursor> Reed Ghazala http://www.anti-theory.com/ Recomendaciones Dr. Rek
  2. 2. http://absurdity.biz/wordpress/ Joker Nies http://www.klangbureau.de/ The Benjolin http://web.me.com/klangbureau/DIY/Workshop.html Clásicos del circuit bending • Casio SK1 • Speak and spell Instrumentos extraños http://windworld.com/features/back-issues/ Unusual instruments and instrument making Musical Siren http://windworld.com/features/gallery/musical-siren-built-by-bart-hopkin/ Julián Carrillo http://www.sonido13.com/ Sonido 13>> dieciseisavos de tono, la octava dividida en 96 partes "Esos doce sonidos fueron inesperadamente aumentados en la proporción de doce a noventa y seis en un experimento que llevé a cabo en esta ciudad de México en el año de 1895, con el cual logré dividir el tono musical en dieciséis intervalos." http://www.sonido13.com/sonido13.html#Ancre6 Russollo y los futuristas intonarumori Christian Marclay http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_Marclay Collages de sonido Leon Theremin inventor ruso, dos antenas de metal, en una mano se controla la oscilación por frecuencia y la amplitud o volumen por la otra Harry Partch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytN-9Uuuj3M Música microtonal (aquellos sonídos que provenientes entre los tonos comunes del sistema dodecafónico) Invención del monófono, viola adaptada Armonios, melodiones y marimbas. Ejem: Zymo-Xyl xilófono, botellas de licor http://www.musicweb-international.com/classrev/2004/Jan04/partch_just_cause3.htm
  3. 3. Pioneros del noise Boyd Rice http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boyd_Rice "Early NON performances were designed to offer choice to audience members who might otherwise expect only a prefabricated and totally passive entertainment experience. Rice has stated that he considers his performances to be "de-indoctrination rites". Rice has performed using a shoe polisher, the "rotoguitar" (an electric guitar with an electric fan on it), and other homemade instruments. He has also used found sounds, played at a volume just below the threshold of pain, to entice his audiences to endure his high decibel sound experiments. Rice coupled his aural assaults with psychological torture on audiences in Den Haag, the Netherlands, by shining exceedingly bright lights in their faces that were deliberately placed just out of reach. As their frustration mounted, Rice states that he: ..continued to be friendly to the audience, which made them even madder, because they were so mad and I didn't care! They were shaking their fists at me, and I thought that at any minute there'd be a riot. So I took it as far as I thought I could, and then thanked them and left.[3] " http://www.boydrice.com/gallery/live_gallery/live_1970s2.html Einstürzende Neubauten. http://www.ica.org.uk/thumbnail.php?max=408&id=586 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N.U._Unruh Throbbing Gristle Glitch http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glitch_%28music%29 Uso de irregularidades en las grabaciones de audio o en el desempeño de los instrumentos o aparatos de amplificación Popular software for creating glitch includes trackers, Reaktor, Ableton Live, Reason, AudioMulch, Bidule, Super Collider, Usine, FLStudio, Max/MSP, Pure Data, and ChucK. Circuit bending, the intentional short-circuiting of low power electronic devices to create new musical devices, also plays a significant role on the hardware end of glitch music and its creation. Software SuperCollider Pure Data Praat Spear Processing
  4. 4. VVVV OpenFrameworks Audacity SoundHack Gimp Ink Scape (fluxus) puredyne impromtu chucK SuperCollider http://supercollider.sourceforge.net/ http://sites.google.com/site/tallerdeaudio/tallercmm Heart Chamber orchestra http://heartchamberorchestra.org/docu.html Fine collection of sounds http://www.geschoir.de/soundobjects/ http://www.open-output.org/geschoir/project/8296 Loud objects http://www.loudobjects.com/ Tristan Perich http://www.tristanperich.com/ http://www.1bitsymphony.com/ >>>vimeo Lucky Dragons http://www.hawksandsparrows.org/mp3/blunt.mp3 audio sample http://www.youtube.com/lukeydargons#p/a/u/2/DY-_ydbaLeo <Channel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VsxoGPZ0DQU&feature=related Make a baby http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oqkqgq867j8&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IeEteKRwiKI Live Space NY DIT http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vP051F69ew Nicolas Collins http://www.nicolascollins.com/texts/cdhacking.pdf Six-voice light-controlled oscillator built with 74C14 chip, 2006. FOR THE PROMOTION OF EXPERIMENTAL WORKS REALISED USING FREE SOFTWARE
  5. 5. http://www.freesoftwareseries.org/ http://www.archive.org/details/Low_Activity_Computer_Solo Digital sound visual interactive poetry http://joerg.piringer.net/index.php?href=abcdefg/abcdefg.xml Sonidos con la axila http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kh_Ils3mqRk&feature=related

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