Mar 27 2010: Hotpot Lab #3: BIO-MANTA-BENJOLIN

Volume 3 of our monthly event Hotpot lab will feature Jeff Snyder talking about his work in electro-acoustic music and instrument design as well as introducing his unique product, the Manta. Alan Macy will talk about general and cutting edge techniques in bioinformatic sensing through his work as director of R&D at BIOPAC. Jan Trützschler von Falkenstein will talk about about some of his recent work including Gliss, a performance oriented music sequencer for the iPhone, and will perform his piece Hexagon for Manta and SuperCollider. Additionally participants of the super popular Benjolin workshop will perform with their freshly made instruments under the guidance of Joker Nies. We plan to host another Benjolin workshop in May, so this will be a great opportunity to check out the actual kit. Hope to see you there!

Saturday, March 27 2010
Venue: STEIM, Utrechtsedwarsstraat 134, Amsterdam
Time: 20.30 hrs.
Door open: 20:00 hrs.
Charge: Free

Artist Videos ———————————————————-

Jeff Snyder and Manta controller


Alan Macy’s Heartbeat Amplifiers

Jan Trützschler von Falkenstein’s Hexagon for Manta and Supercollider



Jeff Snyder

Manta Controller


Benjolin workshop

Jan Trützschler von Falkenstein


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