1. Doug van Nort & Alessandra Eramo live at Quiet Cue Berlin

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    Quiet Cue #140.4 Doug van Nort (USA) improvised electroacoustic music solo and duo with Alessandra Eramo (Berlin/IT) voice www.dvntsea.com http://www.ezramo.com

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    • excerpts: [radical] signs of life

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      excerpts from the piece [radical] signs of life, for which I composed music/interactive sound All sound is generated from the dancers' muscles. During performance, the qualities and patterns of the sonic gestural output from each dancer are learned/remembered by an interactive system. Near the conclusion, the stage lighting goes down and I improvise with this material towards an ending to the hour-long piece. Credits: Director & Producer // Heidi Boisvert Choreographer // Pauline Jennings Music/Sound Designer // Doug Van Nort Visual Designer // Raven Kwok Lighting & Set Designer // Allen Hahn Costume Designer // Amy Nielson Xth Sense Creator // Marco Donnarumma Wireless Network Engineer // MJ Caselden Industrial Designer // Krystal Persaud Set Fabricator // John Umphlett Dancers // Jennifer Mellor, Ellen Smith Ahern, Hanna Satterlee, Avi Waring & Willow Wonder [radical] premiered at EMPAC (NY), the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center in May 2013 through generous support from the Arts Department at Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute along with iEAR Studios. Rehearsal space has been granted through an Artist Residency at the Contemporary Dance & Fitness Center in Montpelier, VT. The project was realised thanks to the Creativity + Technology = Enterprise grant, awarded by Harvestworks through funds from the Rockerfeller Foundation's New York City Cultural Innovation Fund and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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      • Triple Point @ EMPAC

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        • Doug Van Nort improvisation with GREIS and FILTER

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          A solo improvisation with GREIS. The FILTER system joins us after around 3 minutes (see laptop screen for changing softwares...) and then follows along with me when the piece takes off. This was recorded at EMPAC in August during a Triple Point recording residency. Special thanks to EMPAC staff and Jonas Braasch for the video footage.

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          • Distributed Composition #1

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            Excerpt from the piece Distributed Composition #1 by Doug Van Nort, Pauline Oliveros and Jonas Braasch for the NIME 2011 conference, performed as a quartet with Triple Point and the FILTER system. In this piece, FILTER acts as conductor and chooses the pairing of duos/trios/quartet, while also spatializing the sound and adding reverberation throughout the 8-channels found in the concert hall. For this piece Van Nort was at the venue (Betong) in Olso, Oliveros was at Stanford in Palo Alto, CA and Jonas Braasch was at RPI in Troy, NY.

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            • Jonas Braasch, Pauline Oliveros, Jefferson Pitcher, Doug Van Nort, Live in Montreal, QC.

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              Live Performance at Mcgill University in Montreal, QC.

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              • Jonas Braasch, Pauline Oliveros, Jefferson Pitcher, Doug Van Nort, Montreal, QC.

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                Live performance at Mcgill University.

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                • Disorderly/Orderly by Doug Van Nort

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                  This was a fun piece that I wrote for the class-turned-ensemble Tintinnabulate. The orderly world of spatialized, sequenced, synthetic sounds collides with the disorderly world of a circuit-bent casio keyboard. The laptop players are networked and share tempo, rhythm and key information; added disorder stems from allowing the audience to overide and control these musical parameters, and allowing a human cyborg (Joshua Shinavier) - being controlled by people in another room - to wander about and interact with the musicians. The piece was a synthesis of a past supercollider collaboration with Tadashi Usami and a circuit-bent keyboard collaboration with former student and friend Alex Ring. It was performed at the arts center of the capital region in Troy, NY in April 2012. video by Greg Palmer.

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