Fri, Apr 09|
Song for Søren Larsen
Named after the scientist who discovered audio feedback, the piece uses audio feedback as its primary source of sound generation.
Time & Location
Apr 09, 2021, 2:30 PM – 3:15 PM
About the Event
Location: San Diego, California + Providence, Rhode Island, USA
Date: Friday, April 9th, 2:30 pm - 3:15 pm EDT | 11:30 am PDT | 20:30 pm CEST | 23:00 pm IRST
Event Access: Twitch
Named after the scientist who discovered audio feedback, the piece uses audio feedback as its primary source of sound generation. When the output of electronic audio equipment is routed directly into its input, latent accentuation of certain frequencies created by the electronic architecture become audible as difference tones. These tones can be altered to create myriad unusual and unpredictable sounds.
Two performers will set up local audio systems in the USA: one San Diego, the other in Providence, RI. Each of these consoles is equipped with a mixer and signal processing apparatuses. The outputs of these feedback systems will be connected together via web-based telecommunications applications. This will create a feedback loop between the performers that they will manipulate to create ever-changing soundscapes.
Joe Cantrell, Mark Cetilia - electronic processing and live audio manipulation