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log 017
log 017

A new year, a new piece. Or something like it… The first version of the piece Erase(r)Head 1.0 (see log 014) called Is the mic on?  was played at Fylkingen, stockholm in December 2018. It consists of delay and feedback chains through a mixer. The difference being that Erase(r)Head 1.0 includes a cassettedelay (a modified cassettedeck) that connects […]

Log 016
Log 016

I got an opportunity to talk to Composer and musician Lise-Lotte Norelius about her music and difficulty to identify herself as an composer. Soon we got into the subject of the composer and how we have to deal with the entrepeneurship that comes with it. It’s a subject that’s been touched upon in all the conversations so […]

log 015
log 015

In conversation with Installation Artist Åsa Stjerna. This conversation is in swedish. I I did a quick rather than correct translation of it. Hope it’s understandable. We ended up talking a lot about the artist and the expected but not always welcomed entrepeneurship that comes with it. How that rubs off on how we tend […]

log 012
log 012

For a few years now my work deals with the question of Being.  I tend to think about music not as a product or activity but as a lived experience. The listening act ‘becomes’ the music as the music is in the experienced. It is also the act of listening that links the conceptual ideas with […]

log 011
log 011

In the conversation with noise artist Max Wainwright, we end up going back and forth on the topic of interaction. The physical object in the postdigital era. Reasons for making instruments for performance and the use of feedback.   Starting off our second conversation talking about reasons  for making  our own instruments for performance. What […]

log 010
log 010

In this conversation with violinist Katt Hernandez we talk about DIY culture, musical, social and political activism. How music not only creates space but also how music affetcs us in public spaces.  

log 009
log 009

I got a chance to talk to Jim Frize, researcher and lecturer in music and music technology. It’s an hour of our conversation about DIY, instruments and technology. This is the second video in a forthcoming series I call  ‘In conversations with…’ 

log 008
log 008

I do get bored very quickly so learning through listening and talking with people have been of great help to me. This is why I decided to release the first video in a forthcoming series I call  ‘In conversations with…’ . In log 007 I mention learning by doing, DIY and what is music anyway? […]

log 007
log 007

tape loops… just do it. I don’t really know what else to say. Most DAWs like Renoise, Ableton and Fruity Loops etc, are loop based. There’s no coincidence that the early trackers before them were shaped as it’s predecessor – the reel-to-reel tape. Our tools for making and listening to music shapes the way we […]