Selected electronic setups used by dual electronic Zn'shñ (Elvire Bastendorff & Franck Smith) in 2008-2009 for recording contexts and live performances.
IF POSSIBLE USE HEADPHONES OR CONNECT YOUR COMPUTER TO A QUITE DECENT SOUND-SYSTEM.
N.B.- According to a fictitious etymology, the term Zn'shñ signifies: the gleam of dark colours. Deliberately antithetic and intentionally enigmatic, Zn'shñ is enthused by Butoh iconography, Japanese Gagaku aesthetic and Tibetan rituals codification. Operating as a dual electronic unit (mulit-instrumentalis/composer Franck Smith and artist/sound-activist Elvire Bastendorff), Zn'shñ deepens some very specific works around digital phonocrafting and noise manufacturing. Designed for public performances and soundtrack production, the répertoire is a suite of sonic equations, graphical sound formulas and audiovisual projects.
Material used in this video:
(in random order) Benfox Dual Tone Generator, Numark iDJ2, Korg Kaoss Pad KP3, Boss Space Echo (RE-20), Tenori-On, Kaossilator, Jomox M-Resonator, Jomox MBase 01, Moog Low Pass Filter (MF-101), Moog Bass Murf (MF-105b), Moog Analog Delay (MF-104SD), Moog Ring Modulator (MF-102), MI Audio Pollyanna, Benfox BEN HF, Electro Harmonix Pulsar, Sherman Filterbank 2, Sleepdrone 5
* Zn'shñ ++ (odl.9173-656) recorded 2008/2009, published on Odiolorgnette.
* Zn'shñ II (odl.9173-657) recorded 2009, published on Odiolorgnette.
"Franck Smith", "Elvire Bastendorff", Zn'shñ, live electronics, Benfox Dual Tone Generator, Korg, Kaoss Pad KP3, Space Echo, Tenori-On, Jomox M-Resonator, MBase 01, Moog, Moogerfooger Low Pass Filter, Bass Murf, MI Audio Pollyanna, Analog Delay, BEN HF, Sherman Filterbank 2, Ring Modulator, Sleepdrone 5, Odiolorgnette Butoh Japanese Gagaku
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