The files to build your own Drone & Drama v2 instrument are available online.
Files include: schematics, bill of materials, gerbers, build guide.
There are four modules: sine/triangle generator / noise siren / filter / mixer.
It was inspired by simple synth DIY + the idea “bent by design”.
Sound examples can be heard through Toneburst.
The latest TONEBURST release is now available.
Cassette & drama instrument
Release 26 October 2019
The recordings are stereo. From instrument to mixer to hard drive. From hard drive to tape.
Each of the tracks were made using the Drone & Drama v2 + v1.5 instruments, Companion Boxes and DIY modular synth.
The recordings are selected from a pool of multi-track recordings made over the course of one working month. Each day improvised recordings were made adding layers until satisfactory results were created. These studio improvisations of around fifteen minutes were recorded according to the following guide to how to use the instrument.
Drone to drama & back again.
Drama to drone & back again.
After capturing the recordings two of the representations were selected for release. The recordings should be played back and played along with the drama instrument.
The listener / audience ‘finishes’ a composition by giving it attention. Listening is a form of composition; deciding, discriminating. The inclusion of an instrument with this recording offers the audience another type of participation. This is to make available and explicit the active role people can have when deciding to spend time on music activities. The combination of media and artefacts draw attention to the lines between digital and online culture.
Contribute to the composition. Complete the work.
Saturday 26 October. Doors 8pm. Tickets £7/5. BYOB. No Glass.
JD ZAZIE is an experimental DJ, avant-turntablist and sound artist living between Berlin and Bolzano.
This workshop is suitable for beginners, with no previous electronic circuit making experience.
booking email – email@example.com
Location – Framewerk gallery & framing service.
When – Saturday 26th October 2019. 13:00-17:00.
Cost – £10
Pandemonium Trio is a new group based at the Sonic Arts Research Centre (SARC), dedicated to bring audiences the finest in folktronic audio and cybernetic signals, vibrating together in heart-warming 12V ballads, oscillating between the sacred and the profane.