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  • 2014 Japan-08 | Hans Tutschku
    visiting the peace park 2014 07 19 Hiroshima castle recording the peace bell in the peace park Hiroshima peace memorial museum Fudoin temple in the north of the center National Treasure one of the few structures which survived the bombing 2014 07 20 Mitaki dera temple a very somber sounding bell Hiroshima City Museum for Contemporary Art Harbor round trip 2014 07 21 Miyajima island and Itsukushima shrine Daisho in temple spinning wheels of sutra ropeway to the summit of Mount Misen sunset over the Torii gate 2014 07 22 travel to Nagasaki recording the bell of the catholic Shitsu church a national important cultural property 2014 07 23 Nagasaki Kiyomizu dera Temple National Important Cultural Property from right to left Toru Iwatake composer Naoko Yamaura pianist the priest and his wife HT recording the bell at Uramaki Cathedral 1945 peace memorial museum and peace park recording the bell at catholic Oura church this bell is a National treasure as well 2014 07 24 trip with Toru Iwatake Naoko Yamaura and Mr Kouichi Kirino to the city of Hirado 2 1 2 hours north of Nagasaki recording the bell of St Francis Xavier Memorial Church in Hirado recording a bell

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  • 2014 Japan-09 | Hans Tutschku
    japanese traditional music 2014 07 26 attending the Japanese Society of Sonic Arts JSSA conference and delivering my paper THE USE OF IOS DEVICES IN RECENT COMPOSITIONS OF MIXED MUSIC in the evening fireworks festival in Tokyo 2014 07 27 Japanese Society of Sonic Arts JSSA concert Tokyo Ryogoku Monten Hall Improvisation concert with Reiko Manabe flute Mizuki Aita percussion H T live electronics 2014 07 28 Improvisation and recording

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  • 2014 Japan-10 | Hans Tutschku
    a small car to explore the surroundings Seiryū ji Temple with grand buddha recording bells Sannai Maruyama Ruins Aomori Museum of Art parade preparations Aomori fireworks festival 2014 08 02 Jigoku numa which can be literally translated as Hell Swamp is a crater lake created by the eruption of a volcano Oirase river Lake Towada Aomori Nebuta Matsuri 2014 08 03 Hachinohe Kabushima Shrine known for the abundance of seagulls

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  • Index of /archive/Nachts/Max-patch(2015)
    Index of archive Nachts Max patch 2015 Parent Directory Nachts Max rev2014 app zip

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  • Index of /archive/Nachts/Nachts-score+parts
    Index of archive Nachts Nachts score parts Parent Directory Nachts part bcl lettersize pdf Nachts part vc lettersize pdf Nachts percussion part lettersize pdf Nachts score lettersize pdf

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  • JIM 2015 Montréal, Keynote – page 2 | Hans Tutschku
    become too obvious otherwise it becomes a demonstration of technology Integration and confusion are very active thought models here and I use variations in the way how the microphone effects the electronics over time The dance solo with Hans Georg Lenhart The gesture in my sound recordings I will now give some examples of gesture in sound recordings for my electroacoustic works I m no longer interested in recording a single sound I develop musical phrases with the sounding body in question It starts with an exploration of the possibilities and soon I develop phrases that I try to realize as precise as I can A pianist interpreting a written score develops a mental image of a given phrase and compares it to what he is actually playing He repeats the phrase during his rehearsals to approach that image and sometimes changes the mental image to improve the musical result I try to get into this rehearsal loop and make several realizations of the idea until I approach what I had envisioned Klaviersammlung an electroacoustic composition you ll hear at tonight s concert is based on the sounds of a piano collection from the Musicology Department at the University of Cologne They are all in a deplorable state I have recorded five instruments especially playing inside sometimes using glasses on the strings This particular piano is interesting because the unused part of the string between the peg and the bridge is very long compared with a modern piano where it is short and very tense Here this part of the string sounds a lot but with a completely different tuning This video shows one of those sound recordings The following four sounds demonstrate some of my approaches with these playing sequences These are the original recordings without any treatment Circular scratch http www tutschku com wp content uploads 2015 05 24 JIM2015 gratter circulaire mp3 Rhythmic structure http www tutschku com wp content uploads 2015 05 25 JIM2015 structure rythmique mp3 Densification a rattling bass string http www tutschku com wp content uploads 2015 05 26 JIM2015 corde grave mp3 The following sequence has become the theme of the composition It is a glissando and with each repetition during recording I choose different pitches on the last notes http www tutschku com wp content uploads 2015 05 27 JIM2015 theme mp3 The idea of variation is very dear to me One advantage of the way to record my playing sequences is that I get naturally many variations of the same musical idea If I want to repeat the same sound structure in the composition I choose another recording instead of reusing the same sample Sometimes I directly use them as temporal evolution Sometimes I mix them for complex textures where all components follow the same general evolution Other art forms I now turn to some examples in other art forms in which I could explore the relationship with technology They are not isolated from my musical practice because everything is

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  • Hans Tutschku
    elektroakustische Studio als Instrument Klangbeispiele 1 Seite 123 bis 127 Fussnote harmonizer 2 delay 3 delay feedback 4 delay feedback2 5 delay feedback trigger 6 transposition trigger 7 trans delay trigger 8 trans delay 9 Wasser 10 Wasser clipping 11

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  • Hans Tutschku
    Film Festival Hydra Texts Ceramics Downloads Archive Das elektroakustische Studio als Instrument Klangbeispiele 2 Seite 130 bis 131 Fussnote granulation ausgangsklang 15 granular horizontal 16 granular vertikal 17 grain sequenz

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