C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

D0 note (18.35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Huisman, Ricardo: “woollen sound organs” installation with multi channel 6.1 soundscape: “introspective (de)constructed nature” 



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  • Program notes: 

    Sound artist Ricardo Huisman presents his “woollen sound organs” with multi channel
    soundscape. The public can take and share the wearable “woollen sound organs” like
    woollen lungs, heart and liver while hearing and feeling the resonating organ sounds
    through their body; becoming performers themselves. It is offering the audience as active
    listeners a new approach for experiencing a musical landscape as “sensescape” by hearing
    with multiple senses and sharing a temporally “music ecosystem”. The tangible sounds of
    music, nature and heartbeats are connecting the listeners with a deeper sense of being
    together, while challenging our different multi sensory hearing abilities.

  • Technical specs: 

    DTS surround receiver, 7.1 (with possible e.q fine tuning, speaker settings)
    40 - 60 W.4, 4-8 ohm.
    - dvd/cd player with digital out, for playing dts-cd format.
    - connecting cables
    - 4 standing (multi media) speakers connected as double stereo, 2 channels
    - small subwoofer
    - 4 “woollen sound organs” (wearable tactile sonic sculptures), 4 x 1 channel
    - about 4 x 15 meter red black speaker wires for the “woollen sound organs”
    To present in a rather quiet location to create a “projected soundspace” in a square of
    about 6 x 6 meters, with the possibility for the public with and without wearing “woollen
    sound organs” to walk around and through the projected soundscape, including the
    possibility to take distance or leave the projected soundscape ambiance and enter an
    adjacent space or corridor with changing or different acoustic properties, or perhaps going
    outside. (limited and staying connected by the length of the speaker wires)





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