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Tag Archives: Jason Charney
In this episode, Ben and Nate talk with composer and installation artist Jason Charney about creating site specific works, generative audio processes, and amplifying the Amish. Plus news and updates, and Ben attempts to explain wavetable synthesis.
*In this episode, Ben and Nate talk with composer and installation artist Jason Charney about creating site specific works, generative audio processes, and amplifying the Amish.
* We talk about some of Jason’s work: feedback bowls, In Futurum, root system, and The Hypno-Domme Speaks and Speaks and Speaks
* Ben attempts to explain wavetable synthesis for the 2MC.
* plus other fun things, like:
* Chladni patterns
* Jacob Kirkegaard’s 4 ROOMS
* Harry Bertoia
* The Engine Room
* Adventure Kid
This week on SoundNotion, Melissa Snoza and Crystal Hall of Chicago-based Fifth House Ensemble join the panel. We talk artist-educators, narrative performances, a half million bucks for chamber groups and the greatest Def Leppard cover band ever.
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- David MacDonald
- Sam Merciers
- Melissa Snoza, flute and Executive Director of Fifth House Ensemble
- Crystal Hall, oboe and Director of Educational Programming Fifth House Ensemble
- This week on SoundNotion, Melissa Snoza and Crystal Hall of Chicago-based Fifth House Ensemble join the panel. Those guys stay pretty busy.
- Chamber Music America is donating a half a million bucks to 38 US-based groups. Can we use some of that money to fix the motor on the vibes?
- The reviews are in on Alarm Will Sound’s last performance of @CageSongBooks this season.
- Def Leppard is the greatest Def Leppard cover band of all time.
- A whole bunch of Beethoven for 20 bucks? Sam finds this as acceptable as a cowbell ” target=”_blank”>cowbell.
- Ralph Jackson retires after 33 years of composer advocacy at BMI.
- Sibelius (not that Sibelius) refuses buyout offer from original founders and owners Ben and Jonathan Finn. The notational outsourcing will proceed.