Category: Art

Code / Poésie – Digital lyric

Château de Morges, now, until May 10 What are you doing for the future? Rainer Maria Rilke, Charles Pennequin, Darth Vader embrace modernity and these fascinating characters indulge in the beauty of computer art, virtual reality, immersive sound, until early May in the historic setting of the Château de Morges. Do you want to contemplate

Peaceful immersive sound year

Our universe is bathed in a thousand sounds, sometimes nice, sometimes disturbing. We invite you to dive in the experimental and immersive four-minute video that we have created for you, with DomB, for the images. Connect your headphones and have fun wandering around in the 360° audio and visual space … From 2’20” on, you

Easy absorption

Room acoustics absorption is rather easy. Allocate the equivalent of about one third of the floor surface of  your space for absorbing material, thick and soft. Put that up in plain sight anywhere that may be convenient for you. My example of choice is rockwool 50 mm thick. Similarly specced materials exist in the form

Wish for great sound? Stokata.IO

Do you often dream sound around you was amazing. Do you wish you could have & share that experience? Stokata IO is an Immersive / Imaginary / Invisible / Infinite Orchestra & multichannel concert. Stokata IO also is a conference/expérience on the future of audio or an Art Installation, depending on the demand and context. More on Stokata.IO

Stokata IO | Live immersive audio

Short show @ Motiongraphics 10.10.19 | 18h30 Stokata IO, an immersive sound experience, a concert, a workshop. To share & discover the beauties of augmented audio. When someone’s sad he listens to the lyrics, when he is happy he listens to the music… Or, he enjoys the space between the notes.   Second Thursdays in Sévelin

Out of the box

I used to partly own a recording studio. A real one, with tape machines, large console, large Schroeder resonators and leasings costs slightly larger than the GDP of a small developing country. Despite all the attention and energy we gave to this place, including a Tom Hidley built control room, drums always sounded crap. Well,