NIME2016 Keynote presetation

This is a video of my NIME2016 keynote presentation

NIME 2016 keynote lecture by Garth Paine at QCGU from Music Technology QCGU on Vimeo.

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NOW @ NIME2016

Thanks to the crew at Queensland Conservatorium for documenting all of the gigs at NIME this year so well!!

Here are the 2 works I played for the opening night concert at NIME – I hope you enjoy them

NOW for modular synthesizer and resonating cymbals

NIME 2016 'Now' by Garth Paine (Resonating Cymbals and modular synthesizer) from Music Technology QCGU on Vimeo.

and 33:55 South with Vanessa Tomlinson

NIME 2016 '33 degrees 50 minutes south' Garth Paine (Electronics and Karlax), Vanessa Tomlinson (Percussion) from Music Technology QCGU on Vimeo.

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Locus Sonus Audio Streaming – World Dawn Chorus Day

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This is a great project being put together by Grant Smith and SoundCamp

The Dawn Chorus Day feed can be found at http://soundtent.org/2015/streams/streams_2015_UTC-7.html with links E and W etc to move through the time zones.

You can also listen to the stream directly from this Locus Sonus Audio Streaming Project Map.

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20+ years ago – around the globe…

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Making people » the eighth nerve

Symbolic Sound promoting CrossTalk’s use of Kyma

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via Making people » the eighth nerve.

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Pecha Kucha Garth Paine | Story | PlaceStories

This is a recording of a performance I did as part of the opening night of the Balance Unbalance conference – thanks to Lea Barclay for the invite to an inspiring few days of thinking about art-science and the environment

Pecha Kucha Garth Paine | Story | PlaceStories.

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BalletLab Performances

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WORLD PREMIERE SEASON – one week remaining

tix. here
http://www.mtc.com.au/tickets/production.aspx?performanceNumber=6112

From vibrational energy and utopian impulses to alien abduction, this immersive performance draws together dance, sound, set design and fashion to envelop audiences into an otherworldly, transformative experience.

Choreographers Brooke Stamp and Phillip Adams construct a kinetic space where time is elastic; driven by sublime, generative sound composed and performed by Garth Paine. In the second half – Adams’ Tomorrow – some members of the audience are asked to participate to become part of the installation and performance, creating an architectural abduction experience.

WARNING: This performance contains full nudity and immersive sound effects.

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