“The Dinosaur at War 2”, a new presentation of a telematic performance by the Net vs. Net Collective, this time featuring two local and one remote performer. Fernando Lopez-Lezcano and Juan Pablo Cáceres at CCRMA with two analog synthesizers (including El Dinosaurio) and Alain Renaud in England with two more (previously performed during my stay at TU Berlin).
Net vs. Net Collective
for Three Synthesizers, Three Locations, and One Acoustic Network of Four Channels.
Performers: Net vs. Net, this time:
This piece is a structured improvisation that explores a 3-ways synthetizer (2 real analog, one fake analog) extravaganza. On top of that, feedbacks and delays are explored network acoustic path, using a 4-channel Feedback Delay Network. This piece takes also inspiration in the original Lopez-Lezcano's "El dinosaurio habla", for analog synth and superlooper. We use Jacktrip, SuperCollider, a lot of analog and digital circuits, and The Network.
The Love Songs of Flying Dinosaurs
The Miraculous Multiplication of Strings
Y Sonó Como Arpa Vieja
Un Esqueleto en la Cocina
The Hidden and Mysterious Machinery of Sound
Modulate me, please?
Toast and Jam
Divertimento de Cocina
Velvet Skin, Heart of Steel
Fugue 1 (Fanfare)
A Very Fractal Cat, Somewhat T[h]rilled
65 Second Bycicle
The Dinosaur At War
El Dinosaurio Habla
Kitchen <-> Miniature(s)
House of Mirrors
With Room to Grow
Knock knock, anybody there?
Espresso Machine II
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