[NetBehaviour] Circuit bending/hacking sound toys workshop by Tasos Stamou at London Music Hackspace
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Tue Sep 18 18:47:34 CEST 2012
WORKSHOP BY TASOS STAMOU: CIRCUIT BENDING / HACKING SOUND TOYS at LONDON
On Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd of September 2012 we will host the 2nd
workshop at the Music Hackspace.
Sound artist Tasos Stamou will introduce some of the most convenient
techniques to turn priceless junk into killing-sound electronic
instruments and sound sculptures.
The first day will be dedicated to present some of the most easy and
effective techniques to turn simple objects into useful sound devices.
There will also be an introduction to electronic music compositional
forms and instrument designs as well as as previews of musicians using
The second day will be a chance for participants to try out hacking and
testing new projects as well as practicing their own designs in
real-time at a collective jamming. Participants are welcome to bring
their own devices for bending otherwise some hackable toys will be
available for hacking and takeaway with a minimum extra charge.
Please register via workshops at musichackspace.org
Dates: Friday 21st Sept 7 to 9 pm & Saturday 22nd Sept 5 to 7 pm
@ Music Hackspace: Unit 30, Cremer Business Centre. 37 Cremer Street.
London E2 8HD
Fee: £25 both days, materials included.
Tasos Stamou is, among other activities concerning sound art, a
dedicated circuit bender and an instrument modifier/ designer. He has
been using his hacked creations into various performances (such as at
the BENT festival in NYC) and recordings (labels: Absurd, Triple Bath,
Errorcode). He is currently concentrated into video-bending and DIY
modular synthesizer research and designs.
The London Music Hackspace is a place to share thoughts, knowledge,
technologies, processes and aesthetics on music and audio. We welcome
artists, engineers, students, and lawyers too! We meet every Thursday.
We're proud members of London Hackspace
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