tilde~ releases an entire album of remixed tracks, with the tilde~ flavour.
Cycles In Time & Falling To Earth: tracks by Cycle~ 440
AWOOITCOA (A Work Of Overproduction In The Culture Of Art): album by contingence
Fratres: composed by Arvo Pärt, performed by Hungarian State Orchestra
pianos: samples by Ryuichi Sakamoto & Alva Noto, Ryuichi Sakamoto & Christian Fennesz, Cycle~ 440, Tim Hecker
minimal: samples by Alva Noto, Alva Noto & Opiate, Cyclo, Diamond Version, Byetone
IN/EX: album by Dan O’Conner
pianos, minimal, IN/EX: recorded live at Noizemaschin!! in the Perth Artifactory
Sound art installation for the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
An interdisciplinary performance with Mandurah locals
Sound art installation for the Regional Arts Summit in October held at MPAC, and the 2018 Stretch Arts Festival. I will be working with David Carson, Justin Wiggan, Heloise Lorimer, and the Mandurah public
‘Composed with Max/MSP and Garrahand percussion instruments, Æsthēsis is a foray into glitch-and-noise-based electro-acoustic ambience. Tilde~’s compositional approach forgoes lush, synth-heavy soundscapes and opts instead for close-up electronic crackles and distant metallic arpeggios. Contemplative melodies peeking through the white noise.’
I got to the Pillbox Studio after midday and had lunch before I got stuck into it. The band who were in the studio previously weren’t courteous enough to tidy up after themselves, so I spent a lot of my time tidying up cables and such. Eventually I got everything where it needed to go.
I arranged all of my own gear and cables before placing microphones.
Then I was finally ready to go into the control room and check the signals.
The patch leads are very colourful.
Happy with day one.
Days two and three will be recording tracks and starting the mixdown.
I will hopefully be able to get into a studio in the not too distant future, to record an album for my tilde~ project. I want to have the six tracks of Æsthesis recorded in a live room for natural spatialisation. So we will see how it all goes.
Engage all of your senses in a multi-disciplinary performance. Mixed live and set against the beautiful visuals of nature, experience the musical ambience that can be created by electroacoustic instruments and a laptop.
A conceptual collection of six pieces of ambient music set to beautiful visuals, in order to create an experience stimulating multiple senses. The tracks are created using laptop and the input from electroacoustic instruments. Due to the nature of the random number generators used in the processing in each patch, no two performances will be the same.
The layered works of the visualist Lillevan have been extremely influential to the concept of the imagery of Æsthēsɪs. Similarly to his work, there are a lot of juxtapositions between the natural and digital worlds present in both the music and visuals.
Three Rivers brewery will be offering a unique and limited edition beer on the night.
Come and experience this performance with all of your senses.
The Mandurah Mail wrote an article on the workshops that Rhys hosted in April, and the upcoming multi-disciplinary performance in May. These are all a part of Mandurah’s Stretch Art Festival, and an effort to broaden the spectrum of art in the Peel Region.
After many months of planning and application writing, Noizemaschin!! Mandurah finally happened. I have to give a huge thanks to John Lambrecht at RDA Peel, Kim Jameson and the City of Mandurah, Karen Lyons and Rhys Williams from Make Place, and all the performers. Also those who helped in other ways, namely Skot McDonald an Meg Travers.