Tag: Sound Engineering

LGW – Electronic contemporary music for folk instruments

Friday 28.10.2016
19:00 to 20:30
Great experience of sound engineering with Marko Myöhänen I  can say more a sound magician! Special thanks to Kalev Tiits for giving me this great opportunity. I really enjoyed also from the discussion between me and the other musicians and composers during the rehearsals and also after the concert.
1. Adina Dumitrescu: Heureuse für Liru, Kantele, Zither und Guzheng (2016) – 7′
2. Alex Freeman (1972): Slow all Clocks II  für Klarinette, Kantele und Elektronik (2016) – 8’
3. Matthias Kranebitter (1980): Die Auflösung traditioneller Stubenmusik in die Geometrie des
4. Karlheinz Essl (1960): river_run für Guzheng und Live Elektronik (2016) – 13’
5. Riikka Talvitie (1970): Export Finland III für Klarinette, Kantele und Elektronik (2015/16) 13′
6. Dana Cristina Probst (1961): May BELLS für Liru, Kantele, Zither und Guzheng (2016) – 7′
7. Improvisation for Liru, Kantele, Zither, Guzheng and live electronics – ca. 10′
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THE CHANCES OF CHANCE

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“THE CHANCES OF CHANCE” lecture by Karlheinz Essl and then Great time with great composers and musicians in Sibelius academy during the concert preparation and rehearsals.

Alex Freeman Slow all Clocks II for clarinet, kantele and electronics (2016)

Karlheinz Essl RESONAVIT (2014) for electric violin, zither and vibration speaker and river_run (2016) for guzheng and live-electronics with fabulous Ming Wang.

Riikka Talvitie Export Finland III for clarinet, kantele and electronics (2015-2016)

photos were taken by Andrew Bentley and Karlheinz Essl during the workshop.

A DREAM THAT CAME TRUE?

“A DREAM THAT CAME TRUE?”  was my first Collaboration with Sepideh Rahaa great Iranian visual artist and director. For this project which recorded, mixed in the Emil studio of Sibelius academy under the leading Matti Heinonen for sound recording and post production. We did the sound recording with Juho Laitinen’s (cello player) who did a great and impressive improvisation on the project. He performed with a really great control and technique on

We did the sound recording with Juho Laitinen’s (cello player) who did a great and impressive improvisation on the project. He performed with a really great control and technique on cello producing a very deep and floating ambient and definitely it was really successful to transmit the feeling of the movie with his improvisation and evoked the sense of loneliness of immigrated women from different backgrounds and nationalities in Finland. The main story of this video based on how they come up with their difficult challenges and how they are facing with the problems during their life.

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