The Harbour Symphony is original music written for the horns of the ships in the St. John’s harbour. This signature fanfare of the Sound Symposium transforms the ships in the harbour into an orchestra on water.
October 7th to 9th, 2016, Pianos Without Organs is a music festival dedicated to the presentation of new works in the North Carolina region. The festival emerged from a desire to connect composers and audiences in the region with those working in national and international contexts via the unique facilities offered at Greywalls Hall.
Clang 031, recorded April 2006 at Brooklyn College, New York, recording engineer Yonatan Niv, mastering by Paul Geluso. Published on Clang November 2015. All compositions by Hans Tammen. Total Time 44:30
By using a table machine as a sound source, and a software that "listens" to the audio input to then determine the parameters of the live sound processing, two automata playing off against each other, creating an alien world of bizarre textures and polyrhythmic machinations.
The LEMUR GuitarBot (www.lemurbots.org), a collection of four MIDI-controlled monochords built by Eric Singer, is a beautiful soundsource, especially when also recorded with microphones to capture all the mechanical noises that surround it.
I did set up a feedback loop between my Endangered Guitar software and the LEMUR Guitarbot, each sounds controlling the sounds of the other device. Kurt Ralske used the sounds to control his video, too.