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Experimental lab

The experimental laboratory provides a space for experimental projects and seminars that would not be possible in classical studios and exhibition rooms. Here, a central concern is to rethink media and bring algorithmic processes into new contexts. Computer art, media composition, network music in ensembles, conversational art, circuit bending, live coding, self-built circuits, sonification of data, interactive installations and experimental sound synthesis are examples of operating principles in the experimental laboratory. Particular attention is directed towards research and open-ended work, the development of methods between analog and digital principles (hybrid sound computing) and open source software (FLOSS).
A residency in the experimental laboratory provides external composers, researchers, artists and theorists with the opportunity of contributing their own projects to the Institute.

Equipment
8-channel Meyersound System (8 MM-4XP + 2 sub) that can be freely configured in the room
16-Kanal Audio-Interface RME Fireface 800 mit RMEs ADI-8 (auf 24 I/O erweiterbar)
Über OSC und VNC steuerbarer Server mit Sensorik zur Sonifikation.
1 Rob Hordijk Modular System, ansteuerbar über ein Adat zu CV Interface
1 Rob Hordijk's Blippoo Box
4 Shlisp programmierbare Shbobo handheld synthesizer
1 Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP N200)
1 Symbolic Sound Kyma Paca
1 Snyderphonics Manta
3 Geiger-Müller-Counter
8 Lötstationen, Breadboards, elektronische Bauteile
8 Mobilcomputer
1 PandaBoard ES with Ubuntu Linux
Beamer Panasonic FW300NT

 

Software:
SuperCollider Server (aktueller build)
Apple Logic Studio 8
Max/MSP/Jitter
diverse open source Software

Robert Schumann Hochschule Düsseldorf Fischerstraße 110, 40476 Düsseldorf
Fon: +49.211.49 18 -0 Fax: +49.211.49 11 6 18 www.rsh-duesseldorf.de