electro-music 2008   August 14-16, 2008
Renaissance Center
Kingsport, Tennessee
 
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August 14-16, 2008
Kingsport, Tennessee

Three days of experimental electronic music concerts, jam sessions, lectures, and demos.


"The Woodstock of electronic music" -- Philadelphia Inquirer


We proudly announce electro-music 2008(TM), a three day conference/music festival to be held at the Renaissance Center in Kingsport,Tennessee, August 14 - 16, 2008. The program will include lectures, demos, jam sessions, and concerts.

Be sure to check out this short film about the electro-music festival.

The scope of this festival is very broad, covering all aspects of electro-music, experimental electronic music, including circuit bending, computer music, electro-jazz, modular synthesis, musique concrete, improvisation, noodles (generated or automatic music and algorithmic composition), multi-media, visual art and much more. The focus will be on participant involvement, sharing, community development, audience education, and great music.

Artists appearing at electro-music 2008
Remnants of Dissonance Spacecraft Kip Rosser
Mahoney and Peck Rinse, Repeat. slicnaton
xeroid entity Murphy and Murphy Amos Gaynes
Kurt Michaels Velva Bicameral Mind
Per Wikstrom Lunar Moon Patrol Kevin Spears
electric bird noise Acoustic Interloper Shane Morris
safe 2 Jeremy Bible and Jason Henry Sensitive Chaos
Aligning Minds SPITZNAGEL John Hoge
Project Ruori Kevin Kissinger Earthgirl
Fringe Element dRachEmUsiK Illusion of Safety
Harmaline Destroyifyer Azimuth Visuals
Remora MyOwnYoko also:
Cypress Rosewood O.V.O. laptop battle winner
all attendees are invited to participate in the jam sessions and laptop battle

Seminars and Demonstrations
Dale Parson
 
Human-to-human chess game-to-music generator
Per Wikstrom
 
Building large analogue modular synthesizers
Per Wikstrom
 
Random sources in composition
John Rose
 
Live sound in large venues
Amos Gaynes
 
Programming the modern Moogs: Everything you always wanted to know (you get to ask)
Michael O'Bannon
 
Translating Physiological Rhythms into Music and Sound
Howard Moscovitz
 
Ambiophonic Sound
Howard Moscovitz
 
Time Quantization
Michael O'Bannon
 
Biofeedback demonstrations
James Spitznagel
 
Tenori-on demonstration
James Spitznagel
 
Creating music with the Nintendo DS
Kevin Spears
 
Kalimba: Infinite Possibilities
Cary and Robert Murphy
 
"Chair" - experiments in total sound immersion
Tony Gerber
 
Music in the virtual world of Second Life
Amos Gaynes
 
Mooged Out with Amos: featuring the Moog Multipedal
 
Xenharmonic Frontiers - Getting In Tune with the World of Microtonality
 
Interactive Visuals:  An Overview of Apple's Quartz Composer
all attendees are invited to demonstrate their unique or unusual musical devices during the open demo times
photos by Hong Waltzer



The majority of the activities at electro-music 2008(TM) will be contributions of members of electro-music.com, an international community of composers and musicians that share a passion for electro-music.

electro-music.com is a place where artists and musicians meet, collaborate, support each other, sell CDs, and nurture their audiences. The community exists to create its own critical mass; to enable its members to develop music on their own terms. Electro-music is new music; still undefined; happening all over our planet. Electro-music is the natural result of techno/social trends: the availability of low-cost powerful electronic music technology, and the communication revolution enabled by the internet. Electro-music is not defined by a particular style or sound, but by its primary motivation being the joy of creation, and the love of electronic sounds. It can be slow and spacey, or fast and rhythmic; it crosses many genres.

A special forum on electro-music.com has been set up to plan this event. Here our members can share what they would like to contribute, and make suggestions.

Location
The Renaissance Center is an ideal facility for a multi-day event like this. We'll have a nice theater and additional rooms for our activities during the three days. Located in the Northeast corner of Tennessee, Kingsport is in a beautiful scenic area and close to several national parks. There are also historic sites nearby.


electro-music 2008 will build on the success of the previous electro-music events in 2005, 2006 and 2007. The participants at those events felt it was a ground-breaking and inspirational experience. Learn about the past events here. Check the photos and read the testimonials. Many of the artists who were at the earlier events are returning this year, and there are also some interesting and talented newcomers.

Keep a close eye out for the latest news about electro-music 2008 here. Start doing whatever it is you've gotta do now to get yourself to electro-music 2008 in August. This is going to be something you don't want to miss.  If you have questions or suggestions you may contact the organizers at event@electro-music.com


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