Noise Transmission Device Workshop
Noise Transmission Device Workshop, guided collective improvisation of a TERROR TRANSMISSION DEVICES orchestra!
The workshop is designed as a practical and theoretical introduction to some techniques and strategies of modern experimental music, the talk includes a few historical examples and philosophical considerations on the relationship between a musician and an instrument. Noise music and radical improvisation topics will be explained in a few guidelines to relate with the operation of realizing an uncommon and inefficient musical instrument to achieve complex and steerable sound synthesis.
The practical section involves the realization by each participant of a basic “circuit bending” project: modifying the circuit of a cheap pocket radio to make it a portable and amplified electronic musical instrument.
The fundamental goal of the class is showing the possibility of making electronic instruments for sound synthesis with little money and no technical knowledge.
THE WORKSHOP IS FOR amateurs of electronic music, noise, pedals, musicians and non-musicians, engineers or electronic music geeks. So, no previous skill is required, everyone is welcome.
~ 2 hours
Theory, examples, listening
~ 2 hours
TERROR TRANSMISSION DEVICE, circuit bending a pocket radio with one pot, one button, wire and solder
~ 30 minutes (eventual)
Duration: 4-6 hours total
Participants: 15 spots maximum
This workshop usually costs 50 euros, BUT this edition is brought to you by WORM Pirate Bay for FREE!! Sign up at email@example.com .
Francesco Zedde, born in 1993, is active since 2007 as drummer and electronic musician, mainly in the area of noise, ambient and experimental music, he played gigs in Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Poland, Slovenia, Belgium, Switzerland, Netherlands, Denmark, Austria, Greece, Czech Republic, Norway, Portugal and Canada.
Graduated in Electronic Music, Scoring for Films (Pesaro Conservatory), Sound Design (Bologna Conservatory), Live Sound Engineering (Fonoprint Studio) between 2012 and 2017, has been a member of 13 bands and played more than 400 concerts, 100 of which in the last year.
Participated and supported the organization of MULTIDOM (Multiversal, roaming festival for hard-listening non music, 2015-2018).