DEC 16: AMSTERDAM MAX MEET-UP

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At the next Max users meetup @ STEIM there will be demos of a new device that simulates electronic tape techniques developed by Karlheinz Stockhausen in the late fifties. Later there will be problem solving with MaxDuino, interfacing Max and Max for Live with an Arduino. Feel free to bring your own projects too!

Dec 21: VIRAL RADIO & STEIM PRESENT FENNESZ / DAFELDECKER / BRANDLMAYR / RAPHAEL VANOLI / GERRI JÄGER

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Following a solo set by experimental guitarist Raphael Vanoli (Knalpot), the trio Fennesz/Dafeldecker/Brandlmayr will present subtle electronic music based on the sounds of guitar, bass, piano and percussion.

They will be processed live with software and effects, in an improvisational setting. The three usual suspects from the Viennese improv scene have …

SOUND TRIANGLE DAY 4 / Workshops by Hans Koch and Frank Baldé

Friday, Nov 4th. The SOUND TRIANGLE collaboration between STEIM and LIG Art Hall continues with two workshops in the L-space, a large general purpose work room adjacent to the concert hall.

SOUND TRIANGLE DAY 3 / Concert 1

The first concert night at LIG theater featured 5 Korean musicians playing solo and in collaboration with STEIM artists. Hankil RYU, Chulki Hong and Swaan CHE played solo sets and Joonyong CHOI and Byungjun KWON each played with Alex Nowitz and Hans W. Koch.

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SOUND TRIANGLE DAY 2 / Artist talks at Kaywon University

For day 2 of the ST program in Seoul, STEIM artists Nina Boas, Alex Nowitz and dj sniff gave an artist talk at Kaywon University

Our host at the University was musician Kiwan Sung. Kiwan is a member of one of Korea’s most popular alternative rock band 3rd Line Butterfly, and he also is the director of the Seoul Sound Archive Project

Dec 1 – 18: THE FUTURE SOUNDS OF FOLK

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STEIM & The Unifiedfield present
THE FUTURE SOUNDS OF FOLK
Indonesia / Singapore / Netherlands
Dec 1 – 18, 2011

Imagining the sounds of the post-folk. The Future Sounds Of Folk takes diverse musical traditions as a starting point for the development of new amalgams of contemporary music. In 2010, STEIM supported Singaporean musician …

SOUND TRIANGLE DAY 1 / STEIM in Seoul and CrackleHack workshop

SOUND TRIANGLE Amsterdam x Seoul Experimental Music Exchange started with a gracious welcoming by our partner LIG Arts Foundation.

LIG Arts Foundation is a non-profit organization identifies , supports and presents emerging and under-recognized artists basing in performing arts and/or interdisciplinary arts, as works as serves as a faithful producing partner for more established artists to take their creative risks. It also assists and produces international exchanging programs such as collaborative studies or performances. Having its main post at LIG Art Hall, 170 seat black-box theater in Seoul, LIG Arts Foundation has enlarged its activities for the local communities in the other part of Korea by launching, in April 2011, a new 300 black-box theater in Busan, the second biggest city located on the sound coast of Korea.