Great news: My performance with the ‘LightSeq’ system has won the 4th international experimental music performance competition at the ‘‘Radical db’ festival in Zaragoza, Spain. Continue reading ‘LightSeq’ performance awarded at ‘Radical db’ festival in Spain!
I had a great pleasure to help organizing and coordinating the 24th edition of Audio Art Festival in Krakow in November 2016. Big thanks go to Marek Chołoniewski and Konrad Gęca, as well as many other people for making this possible .
During the festival I performed together with Paweł Krzaczkowski as a ‘KlangWerk 936’ duo and solo with the ‘LightSeq’ project. Below you can see video documentations of both performances:
Video and audio documenting the installation at the Barbican Center is now online.
After more then 3 years I can finally share with the world all the recordings I made during the installation in 2013. I also made a video documentation, which you can see below.
It turns out in Eindhoven they have a whole week dedicated to weird music, unconventional instruments and bizarre sounds.
‘Lightseq’ and ‘Lightefface’ featured in the makers section of Arduino website. Last summer I was contacted by a person working for Arduino. They wanted to feature two of my projects in the makers section of their website. It took me a while to sit down and write it, but finally it’s here: http://www.arduino.org/makers/lightseq http://www.arduino.org/makers/lightefface Continue reading Two projects featured on Arduino page
It’s winter time already and I’m writing about the past summer. That’s how much behind I am with documenting things! But better late then never, right?
I wanted to mention some cool things that happened during the summer: visiting Casper Electronics and Bastl instruments in Brno, performance at the Harsh Art Plener Fest in Poland and taking part in Pifcamp in Slovenia.
It’s summertime and I’m in Brno visiting the amazing BSTL instruments and Peter Edwards aka Casper Electronics so I’m a bit slow with posting updates, but here is one. While in Berlin at the Music Tech Fest I met Fabrizio Massara, the founder of Audio News Room – a website dedicated to music technology. We had a nice chat. He liked the Lightseq and he … Continue reading Lightseq on Audio News Room