Rotations 2

The Electronic Orchestra Charlottenburg

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Six modular synthesizers and one digital instrument interact in an improvised performance. Their spatial movements are defined by rotations in opposite directions over time, realized on an eight channel speaker system - the Electronic
Orchestra Charlottenburg (EOC) (https://www.ak.tu-berlin.de/menue/elektronisches_studio/elektronisches_orchester_charlottenburg/), a project of the Electronic
Music Studio at TU Berlin (https://www.ak.tu-berlin.de/menue/elektronisches_studio/), explores means of organizing and
spatializing the seemingly infinite diversity of electronic
sounds in a larger ensemble.

The performance will be spatialized using the SSR, Pd and
Python, running on a Linux Server with Ubuntu Studio. The
server is remote controlled by the sound director via OSC and various input devices. Inputs and outputs are managed with an RME MADI card and several AD/DA converters.

Six modular synthesizers and one digital instrument interact in an improvised performance. Their spatial movements are defined by rotations in opposite directions over time, realized on an eight channel speaker system - the Electronic
Orchestra Charlottenburg (EOC) (https://www.ak.tu-berlin.de/menue/elektronisches_studio/elektronisches_orchester_charlottenburg/), a project of the Electronic
Music Studio at TU Berlin (https://www.ak.tu-berlin.de/menue/elektronisches_studio/), explores means of organizing and
spatializing the seemingly infinite diversity of electronic
sounds in a larger ensemble.

The performance will be spatialized using the SSR, Pd and
Python, running on a Linux Server with Ubuntu Studio. The
server is remote controlled by the sound director via OSC and various input devices. Inputs and outputs are managed with an RME MADI card and several AD/DA converters.

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