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13 DECEMBER 2013

No Reverb Added: An Acoustical Experiment in Drumming

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acoustical experimentacousticsambient sound • audio editing • audio reflection • beatcut-updiegetic sounddrum beatdrum kit • drum pattern • drum solodrummingdrumsechoecho uniteditingenclosed spaceenvironment • Julien Audigier • live contextlocationlocation-specificmusic • Natal Drums • natural environmenton locationpersistence of soundplacere-edit • reverb • reverberation • reverberation time • sequence designsonic environmentsound • sound absorption • sound decaysound experimentssound performance • Vincent Rouffiac

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Simon Perkins
27 JULY 2013

Audio Foundation: Alt.Music

"Organised by committees in every major city in NZ under the Audio Foundation, Altmusic is an ongoing series of audio events, regularly bringing a vital injection of contemporary and avant–garde sound art from around the world to New Zealand.

As a turning cog in a thriving local audio art culture, Altmusic has, since 2001, offered a concentrated gathering point where New Zealand's audio art and experimental music scenes can cross wires with those from other centres (and other peripheries). At the same time Altmusic gives audiences the opportunity to share space with audio artists at the very pinnacle of their field, and previous years have seen programmes of performers who tour rarely and are highly regarded around the world.

Altmusic is listening with an eclectic breadth across a range of sonic trajectories, with programmes including artists investigating the embodied nature of performance and the place of live media within sound culture and some of the world's most respected pioneers of electronic music.

Altmusic does not offer a unifying framework, into which a genre ('sound art' 'noise' etc) is neatly packed, rather it attempts to disclose an–often clamorous – discursive space, in which ongoing debate as to what comprises an innovative art of sound can be publicly articulated. Aligned to such utterance is the experiential listening space which is the ground where sound art thrives, and where you, as listener, are given a chance, via the live context, to re–imagine spectatorship as participation."

(Sally Ann McIntyre)

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2001 • Alastair Pettitt • Alt.Music • Andrew Clifford • Andrew McMillan • Aotearoa New Zealand • Artspace (NZ) • audio art • audio art culture • audio artists • audio events • Audio Foundation (NZ) • avant-garde music • Bruce Russell • Chris Cudby • contemporary sound art • drone musicelectronic music • experiential listening space • experiential musicexperimental music • Glenda Keam • Jeff Henderson • Joeseph Nunweek • Jon Bywater • live context • live media • Nigel Wright • noiseoral history • outsider music • Philip Dadson • Rachel Shearer • radio art • Richard Francis • Rosy Parlane • Sally McKintyre • Sam Hamilton • Sean Kerr • sonic artistsonic artssoundsound art • sound culture • sound performance • Stefan Neville • Tim Coster • Zita Joyce • Zoe Drayton

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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