Coming Soon - Plastiklova Mini Album, New Organ Project, and More
With my colleague Laurent Warnier and I have been working on this electroacoustic music duo,
Plastiklova. Our artistic aim is to use acoustic sounds (usually the vibraphone) to trigger
the electronics, in order to make
direct connections between the intuitively-performed raw sounds and the electronically-processed outcome.
These are upcoming news.
We've recorded and edited the recording of our new work, and they are almost ready to go online. The theme of
the new album is analog electronics & the vibraphone, and it will be published on various streaming platforms.
Also, we'll be working with the organ again later this year, yet in a very different approach to it. With
live audio analysis of the vibraphone's acoustic sounds and the digital console of Orgelpark's organ, the
organ will be triggered and controlled by the vibraphone but not the organist, and no speakers will be used
for this project. Organ music without organists and electronic music without speakers, the premiere is set to
be November 5th, 2022 at Het Orgelpark, Amsterdam.
In addition, we're currently developing the possibilities in the duo's concept and working on a new project
using also audio-generative visual contents. So, it'll be a project to present the 3D graphics and electronic
sounds, which are generated, controlled, and mixed with acoustic sounds of the vibraphone and possibly other
objects. The project is being organized and more info will follow soon.
audio-generative sample material
ideas for new organ project
more on Plastiklova