MATRIXSYNTH: Rainwire [Processed] install test University of Hull

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Rainwire [Processed] install test University of Hull


Published on Apr 12, 2018 noyzelab

"A quick iphone recording during the final testing stages of my commissioned Rainwire [Processed] installation at University of Hull, UK for Sound + Environment 2017 Conference.

The installation featured live unattended processing by the EMS VCS3 MKII, and multi-channel speaker setup using a range of combo stage amplifier/speakers. Each speaker was driven by different recordings made during my residency at EMS on Buchla and Serge modular synths + Roberta Settels diode transformer ring modulator, and using Richard D James Fairlight CMI Series 1.

I had a great time putting this installation together, and it was even visited by EMS founder Peter Zinovieff!!

Recorded June 2017 at Middleton Hall during my Regional Arts Fellowship. This Regional Arts Fellowship is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW.

More details on the Rainwire project can be found here:

http://rainwire-project.blogspot.com.au/

Thanks to:

Rob Mackay, and all the techs at University of Hull for assisting and making this happen!
Absolutely everybody at EMS!!
Richard D James for use of the Fairlight CMI Series 1 during my mentorship.
Sarah Last at The Wired Lab : http://wiredlab.org/"


Update via Noyzelab:

"Pic of Peter Zinovieff when he visited the installation. Also in the pic on the right is Ben Poulton of Zoviet France"

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