Dutch reader Rene Splinter has been experimenting with a Moog Etherwave Theremin for use in a new composition. Instead of recording the traditional sound of the theremin, he decided to use it as a starting point for further sonic exploration:
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Sunday Synth Jam: This video captures a performance by Angelina Yershova of Italian composer Mario Bertoncini’s electroacoustic work Instantanee II. via Rod Mitchell
Lucy Sansom turned her sister into a human theremin using conductive ink. Here’s what Sansom has to say about the project:
Sunday Synth Jam: Nicolas Bernier’s frequencies (a) is a mad science sound performance that combines the sound of mechanically triggered tuning forks with pure digital soundwaves.
This set of videos documents Sound Picking – a project of Jonas Barsten for his master’s thesis. Sound Picking explores joint improvisation between musicians and dancers, using the dancer’s gestures as an input into processing the music. Here’s a performance of Sound Picking:
Sunday Synth Jam: Here’s a performance of Steve Reich‘s 1968 process music piece, Pendulum Music, by Simon Acevedo, Mathieu Cart, Simon Paccaud & Olivier Schuppisser. In Pendulum Music, three or more microphones are suspended by their cables over the speakers that they are connected to. The microphones are set in motion, creating overlapping patterns of feedback.
Sunday Synth Jam: Reader Damian Marhulets shared this video of a live set of dak.tilde – a live electronic trio – at the Ex.Tempore Festival in Hannover, Germany, which took place in November of last year.