mikro:strukt is a collaborative performance in which the custom-built e-clambone provides an acoustic source for the ensuing audiovisual environment. E-clambone is custom-built electronic instrument that consists of an aerophone supplied with haptic sensors and digital signal processing algorithms. The performance seeks to integrate elements of electro-acoustic improvisation, timbre composition and artificial intelligence based approach to autonomous audiovisual composition and explore micro level timbre composition in real time.

=== About the performers:

Satoshi Shiraishi: Electro-acoustic instrument designer/performer from Japan, currently living in The Hague, The Netherlands. He originally started his music carrier as a rock guitarist. After the meeting with computer music, he moved to The Netherlands to pursue his own way of playing computer generated sound on a stage.

Alo Allik: (Estonia) has a musically and geographically restless lifestyle, which has taken him through diverse musical worlds including DJ-ing and producing electronic dance music, live laptop jams, electroacoustic composition, free improvisation, audiovisual installations and performances.

=== Recorded at:

11th International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression. 30 May - 1 June 2011, Oslo, Norway.

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