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Indie Days06.03.2020

Session: Where's the Revolution?

Fr., 24. April 2020
17:00 - 18:00
Herbrand's Rondell @ c/o pop Convention
Language: English

Neue Instrumente und technische Errungenschaften haben in den letzten Jahrzehnten zur Entstehung neuer Musikgenres beigetragen. Die elektrische Gitarre, der erste Moog-Synthesizer, die Einführung von Samplern und ihre größere Popularität, als sie erschwinglicher wurden, die berühmten kleinen Roland-Boxen, die seit den späten 80er Jahren fast alle Formen der Tanzmusik geprägt haben, und andere Beispiele. Was sind die Instrumente von heute und morgen? Welches Equipment wird in Zukunft völlig neue Musikformen entstehen lassen?

English: In past decades new instruments and tools have helped create and shape new music genres. The electric guitar, the first Moog synthesizer, the introduction of samplers and their wider popularity when they became more affordable, the famous little Roland boxes that have shaped nearly all forms of dance music since the late 80s and other examples. What are the tools today and tomorrow that will radically inspire new forms of music?

Panelists:

Flavia Ferreira (Production Manager, Patch Point, ES)



Flavia Ferreira a.k.a Young Padawan is the production manager of Patch Point (Berlin). Patch Point is a specialised store focused on 'banana synthesizers'. She began her journey as a co-founder of Beatlabs, a music production school in Barcelona founded in 2014. At the same time her passion for synthesizers took her to learning soldering and electronics where she found her true passion, building synthesizers. Since then she has worked in the production line for manufacturers like Befaco, Winter Modular, Error Instruments, Koma Elektronik and Patch Point – where she is currently working, running the production team and building Serge Modular and Ciat Lonbarde Instruments

David Möllerstedt (New Development, Teenage Engineering, SWE)


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David Möllerstedt, co-founder teenage engineering, is responsible for sound synthesis for both the legendary OP-1 and the new OP-Z. He is heading up the company’s collaborations and is still actively involved in development of the Pocket Operator range of synthesisers and the OD-11 speaker. Previous experience include game audio development at EA / DICE and music production.

Anne Wellmer (Composer, Performer and Sound Artist, GER/NL)



Anne Wellmer | nonlinear is a composer performer and sound artist. Wellmer uses field recordings, live sound processing, electronically generated sound, electromagnetic signals, interferences and acoustic phenomena to create audio-visual performances, sound walks and music for theater and dance. She composes environments and situations. Her pieces allow players to improvise in clearly pre-defined frameworks. She studied electronic music in The Hague and composition in the US. Among her teachers were Joel Ryan, Dick Raaijmakers and Alvin Lucier. Since 2017 Wellmer teaches within the generative arts at the University of the Arts in Berlin.

Moderation:

Ronny Krieger (VUT Board member, GER)


For the last 25 years Ronny Krieger has worked in almost all areas of the music business as an artist, DJ and producer, PR agent and artist management. Ronny worked in distribution, in a record store and managed a download shop (VP & CPO of Beatport). Since 2010 he is a consultant for FatDrop, DJBroadcast, Shutterstock, Digital Imported, Skoove, LANDR, Native Instruments, Patreon, MOD Devices and others. In addition to his VUT honorary position, he has recently become a member of the "Digitalization and KI" expert committee of the German Cultural Council.


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