Posts Tagged ‘music’

SubCat Music Studios Open House This Weekend!

We are happy to share that SubCat Music Studios in Syracuse NY is having an open house this coming weekend June 11th, from 12pm to 3pm.  We had the pleasure of working on this project with all of the cool cats at SubCat and Fiedler Marciano Architecture. Come check it out!

 

Signal to Noise

Those of us in the acoustics world often talk about signal to noise ratio.  Wouldn’t it be more fun if it was a party instead of a ratio?  The Museum of the Moving Image is hosting its first Signal to Noise party this weekend as part of its grand re-opening out in Astoria.  The museum will be taken over with live electronic music, moving image performances, and interactive art.  Maybe we will see you there…

Signal to Noise

musical acoustics: a pneumatic 24 string tree guitar

Clippard Instrument Lab has built a 24-string pneumatic guitar “tree” combining sculpture and music with a bit of engineering thrown in.  16 different tubes, seven to eight percussive instruments, and 24 strings.  note: this is brought to you by machinedesign.com, whose motto is ‘by engineers for engineers’.  click on the image below to see the performance…

24 string pneumatic tree guitar

Who is Emily Howell?

This article may have sparked my interest because we share a name but nonetheless it is interesting.  Whether you love her or hate her, Emily Howell is composing music in a whole new way.  Miller-McCune recently highlighted her work along with David Cope in their article Triumph of the Cyborg Composer.  Have a listen…

Emily Howell – Track 1

Emily Howell – Track 2

Emily Howell has a musical conversation that includes “words” (white nodes) and the connections between them.

Emily Howell Composition

Miller McCune