Structures @ LAC2012 – Listening room

A new electro-acoustic composition in 2012: “Structures” was presented @ Linux Audio Conference 2012’s Listening Room.

About “Structures”

“Structures” is the result of a research composition project, exploring the creation of complex structures into sound, which are developed into a large number of varieties. The goal is to achieve an improvement in the process of sound creation for acousmatic works.

Sound Example:
http://www.last.fm/music/Augusto+Meijer/_/Structures+%28excerpt%29

About LAC 2012

The Linux Audio Conference is the international conference about Open Source Software for music, sound and other media with Linux as the main platform. 2012 marks the 10th anniversary of the event and it is the first time the LAC takes place in the United States.

Lac2012's Listening Room

Lac2012’s Listening Room

Bioluminescence @ ICMC2011 – Listening rooms

‘Bioluminescence’ a 15 minute tape piece was presented @ the International Computer Music Conferentie 2011 in Huddersfield, England.

about ICMC 2011:

The 2011 International Computer Music Conference will be hosted by CeReNeM, theCentre for Research in New Music, at the University of Huddersfield, England. As always the conference welcomes the submission of a wide range of papers and music, covering all aspects of technical, creative and aesthetic issues around the use of computers in music.

The theme of the 2011 conference is innovation : interaction : imagination emphasising the importance for our field of innovative technical developments, imaginative responses to new situations and, above all, the creative interaction of the technical and the musical.

http://www.icmc2011.org.uk/

http://www.computermusic.org/

Bioluminescence presentation room

Bioluminescence & Landschappen @ 230 volt (online radioshow)

“Landschappen” & “Bioluminescence” were presented on a Dutch online radioshow called “230 volt”. “23o volt” is part of a big online radio network called Concertzender. “Landschappen” & “Bioluminescence” are electroacoustic pieces composed by Augusto Meijer.

The streaming is available on demand, so you’ll be able to catch up at any time!

 

Listen to Bioluminescence & Landschappen @ “230 volt” 01/31/2011, de Concertzender

 

Bioluminescence @ Experimentarium

Bioluminescence is an electroacoustic composition project by Augusto Meijer

The Bioluminescence piece is mainly composed for a sound&light installation exhibited at the Senses exhibition in the Experimentarium, Copenhagen. This is a great opportunity to present electroacoustic music for a young new audience! Augusto Meijer composed an electronic piece for the sound installation.

SENSES – new temporary exhibition

Are you a super smeller? A taste specialist with ‘power vision’? And why can dogs hear frequencies that you can’t? Experimentarium’s major new temporary exhibition SENSES, which is all about the amazing senses of humans and animals.

We can touch, smell, taste, see and hear the world around us. At the Senses exhibition, you get the chance to test it all and compare your senses with others – both humans and animals.

More info on SENSES, or experimentarium? visit:

http://www.experimentarium.dk/index.php?id=3021

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The sound of Bioluminescence is captured in a wooden structure, designed by Jaap van den Elzen, who also designed an experience of Light for the Exhibition. The Bioluminescence piece is played back via 6 loudspeakers situated around the structure. People who enter this wooden structure are being surrounded by the mystical soundworld of Bioluminescence.

http://www.jaapvandenelzen.nl/

ISCM 2011 World new music days – dutch section selection

The dutch section of the ISCM organisation, has announced there national selection of dutch composers to be submidded for the ISCM 2011 world new music days. ‘Bioluminescence’, an electroacoustic composition by Augusto Meijer is one of six composers selected for submission. Unfortunately, Bioluminescence didn’t make it to the final International selection.

excerpt of ‘Bioluminescence’: click here

Composers selected by the dutch ISCM section:

Juan Felipe Waller (1971)                             Plato-Plastic Dialogues for percussion ensemble and electronics. (2010, 12’)

www.felipewaller.com

Marcel Wierckx (1970)                                  ZinTuig, for electric guitar and multimedia (2009, 5’30”)

www.lownorth.nl/

Bart Spaan (1963)                                            Sur place: interior, electronic music (2010, 9’32”);

www.xs4all.nl/~bspaan

Augusto Meijer (1988)                                    Bioluminescence, electronic music (2010, 14’)

https://augustomeijer.wordpress.com/

Peter Bosch/Simone Simons (1958)            Bang Spring Time Sound sculpture

www.boschsimons.com

About ISCM

The International Society for Contemporary Music (ISCM) is an important international network of members from around fifty countries, devoted to the promotion and presentation of contemporary music – the music of our time. ISCM has had a distinguished history. From its foundation in Salzburg in 1922, a receptiveness to aesthetic and stylistic diversity has been a characteristic of the Society. Today more than ever with the incredible diversity which exists in contemporary musical expression around the world, this ideal is still strongly supported by ISCM members.

Each year, ISCM presents the <!– –>World Music Days Festival<!– –> , hosted by one of ISCM’s members, which provides a feast of contemporary music across a broad range of contemporary practice. The host nation has some flexibility in determining the individual themes that drive the programming of the Festival, either presenting a showcase of activity from around the world, or applying other criteria for the selection and programming of works.

Landschappen @ ICMC 2010

‘Landschappen’, a 17 minute electroacoustic piece, was accepted for programming at the International Computer Music Conference 2010, in New York. The piece was played on june 4th 2010, Tabler theatre Stony Brook University.

Listen to Bioluminescence & Landschappen @ “230 volt” 01/31/2011, de Concertzender

about ICMC:

The ICMC is the preeminent annual gathering for computer music practitioners from around the world and its unique interweaving of professional paper presentations and concerts of new computer music, refereed by ICMA- approved international panels, creates a vital synthesis of science, technology and the art of music.

For more information, visit http://www.icmc2010.org/index.html and http://www.computermusic.org/page/23/

A Blind Date? 2010

Put a choreographer and a composer together and instruct them to make a presentation within two weeks, from scratch, based on a theme. That is, in short, the purpose of the yearly workshop called A Blind Date? This is also organised this year.

The participating choreographers and composers are students from Rotterdam Dance Academy and Utrecht School of Music and Technology. For Rotterdam Dance Academy the fourth-year students of the Bachelor of Dance programme, specialisation Choreography take part: Gizem Bilgen, Rita Soeiro, Guillermo Blinker and Chun-ho Lam.

The students work in groups. During the workshop are a few miniperformances before a so called feedback team, which consists of guest teachers. This team judges the interaction between the students and the contents of the productions, among others. With the presentation on February 11 2010 in the Theaterzaal of the Codarts building at Kruisplein the students conclude the workshop.

Augusto Meijer collaborated with Guillermo Blinker.
This years theme was “contemporarily”.
What if a person got caught up in a loop, somewhere between his life and death? This idea is explored and exposed in a 12 minute performance.
Above this tekst, you can watch a short excerpt from the performance.