Noiseborder meets blackhole-factory

Posted in Performance
03/02/2009 admin

January 29, 2009 – The Canadian Ensemble Noiseborder performed at the University of Windsor. Connected via audio and video live streaming, Martin Slawig played with them – from the blackhole-factory studio in Braunschweig, Germany. The sound of the acoustic instruments was streamed to Braunschweig, Martin transformed it by a live processing software (MAX/MSP) and streamed it back into the concert hall. The musicians in Canada then played together with the incoming sounds. All of them had to deal with an 11 seconds delay.
Sigi Torinus accompanied the show with live visuals.

Photo: Sigi Torinus
Photo: blackhole-factory
Photo: Sigi Torinus
Photo: Sigi Torinus
Photo: Sigi Torinus
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