• An Interview with Jenny Berger Myhre

    An Interview with Jenny Berger Myhre

    Interview by Karolina Jawad

    Article by Karolina Jawad

    Jenny is a multidisciplinary artist working with sound, video and photography. Her music is created from field recordings, computer generated sequences, modular synths and lo-fi electronics resulting in soundscapes with references to both the electro-acoustic tradition as well as experimental pop music. Jenny's work revolves around personal documentation and archives, intimacy, memory, reality and re-contextualisation. Since the release of her debut album “Lint” in 2017, she has been working with musician and novelist Jenny Hval. In 2021 she received the Norwegian Arts Council’s work grant for young artists. »Read more

    • Meeting up for the Féminisme - Musique - Technologie Conference 2021 in Paris

      Meeting up for the Féminisme - Musique - Technologie Conference 2021 in Paris

      Article by Karolina Jawad

      On the 19th of June 2021 we were invited to introduce WoNoMute at the event 'Féminisme - Musique - Technologie' which was part of the ManiFeste-2021 Festival in Paris. Hosted by IRCAM and Nova_XX/ Centre Wallonie-Bruxelles the program introduced feminist approaches from researchers and artists in the context of music, technology and digital art that are carried out in Europe. In a mix of onsite and online presentations myself and Anna Xambó had the opportunity to reflect about the WoNoMute agenda and impact. »Read more

      • Pamela Z Award for Innovation - NIME 2021

        Pamela Z Award for Innovation - NIME 2021

        Article by Karolina Jawad, Astrid Bin, Wei Chen, Yinmiao Li, Zijin Li, Margaret Minsky, Sally Jane Norman, Laurel Smith Pardue, Franziska Schroeder, Anna Xambó Sedó, Anna Weisling and Xiao Xiao

        The Pamela Z Award winner is the author team of the paper Gambiarra and Techno-Vernacular Creativity in NIME Research from João Tragtenberg, GG Albuquerque and Filipe Calegario. Our honorary mention goes to Abby Aresty’s Changing GEAR: The Girls Electronic Arts Retreat's Teaching Interfaces for Musical Expression co-authored with Rachel Gibson. »Read more

        • Have you wondered what Music Technology is about?

          Have you wondered what Music Technology is about?

          In our Autumn Music Tech Camp, you will experience music and creativity in a new way. »Read more

          • WoNoMute: Recording and Composing with Vocal Samples with Franziska Baumann

            WoNoMute: Recording and Composing with Vocal Samples with Franziska Baumann

            This workshop gives a multifaceted insight into contemporary vocal practices: We explore our voices within a multivocal approach. Singing training is not a pre-requisite; all vocal expressions are welcome. Exploring sounds and noises, melodies, yodelling, language, and the unexpected is part of the musical process. We use improvisational techniques based on modules and ideas to research and uncover spheres of the human voice in a playful context. It proposes an approach in which all vocal expressions in their musicalisation are on the same hierarchical level. You will learn to switch listening modes and to develop a purer “instrumental” ear for vocal spectra-morphologies and the possibilities to communicate vocally on various levels. »Read more

            • WoNoMute: Introduction to Soundwalks and Site Specific Field Recording with Kristin Norderval

              WoNoMute: Introduction to Soundwalks and Site Specific Field Recording with Kristin Norderval

              In this workshop Kristin Norderval will introduce basics of field recording and how to make your own soundwalks and site-specific recordings. »Read more

              • An Interview with Emma Frid

                An Interview with Emma Frid

                Interview by Karolina Jawad

                Emma Frid is a postdoctoral researcher at Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/ Musique (IRCAM), Paris, France and KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, Sweden, where she works on sound and music interfaces designed to promote health and inclusion. Her research interests focus predominantly on Accessible Digital Musical Instruments (ADMIs) and multimodal interfaces. She holds a PhD in Sound and Music Computing from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden and a Master of Science in Engineering in Media Technology from the same university. »Read more

                • Visual Music - An interview with Maura McDonnell

                  Visual Music - An interview with Maura McDonnell

                  Interview by Joni Mok

                  Maura McDonnell is an Irish visual music artist, musician, educator and researcher who has been involved in visual music since 1997. In this article, we discuss some of her working methods and media in visual music. »Read more

                  • An Interview with Astrid Bin

                    An Interview with Astrid Bin

                    Interview by Karolina Jawad

                    Astrid Bin is a Music Technology Researcher at Ableton, where her research is centred around the design of musical environments and interfaces. Astrid Bin is also one of the founding developers of Bela (bela.io), an embedded computing platform for creating responsive interactive projects. Her research interests include human-computer interaction, graphical interface design, design and fabrication of interactive objects, the language of materials, protocols and applications for interactive hardware, and how computers affect the experience of making art. »Read more

                    • An Interview with Marije Baalman

                      An Interview with Marije Baalman

                      Interview by Karolina Jawad

                      Marije Baalman is an artist and researcher/developer working in the field of interactive sound art. She worked as a hardware engineer at STEIM between 2011 and 2016. Since 2010 she works as a freelance artist and developer from Amsterdam. Her current research goes into the use of wireless networks for live performance, installations and interactive environments. In her artistic work she is interested in the realtime components of the work. This is expressed with tools such as physical computing, livecoding, digital and analog sound processing, and improvisation. To realise her works she mostly uses open source technology (software and hardware) and she is an active contributor to the open source community. »Read more

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