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Don’t Miss Bleep Blop, Steaming Live!

April 6,2013

 

Do you like your music a little bit electronic? And a lot experimental? If so, this may be an event for you, and in case you can’t make it to MIT, you can check out the steam on April 13 at 8pm EST.


Ramon Castillo, who leads the event, says:

“We’re using the StudioLive 16.0.2 as a super flexible interface. We’ve got a chain of moogerfoogers, piano, violin, iPad, Dave Smith Tetra, Mbira and more all hooked into the mixer. Some processing is done using a Mac running Ableton Live, and the rest is done with the MoogerFoogers and the iPad.”

“The routing varies greatly between each piece do we take heavy advantage of scene programming. Sound checks couldn’t be done without SL remote on the iPad.”

“I may try to get some good video of our setup on our concert on the 20th. I haven’t begun to promote that show yet, but the 1602 will be used in much the same way.”

More:

Bleep Blop Electroacoustic Ensemble led by Ramon Castillo presents music by Ramon Castillo, PoChun Wang, Deepak Gopinath and Ryan Meyer

April 13th, 2013 at 8PM EST

Killian Hall, MIT
Building 14 on Memorial Drive - next to Hayden Library
Watch online at: stream.bleepblop.com

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The concert will feature works for electronically manipulated piano, analog synthesis, the Kronos Quartet Drum Machine, dynamically looped mbira, live video and more. Our performances successfully merge the art of acoustic music with the mystique of audio technology.

This event on April 13 promises to deliver the same mix of ambitious musical forces.

Selection of works to include:

  • Six Six for solo piano and dynamic loopers
  • Two Eight for soloist performing 8 simultaneous film scores.
  • Bounce and Wonderland for synthesizer and the Kronos Quartet Drum Machine
  • Artifice for solo piano and iPad controlled effects

 

 

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