Nautilus Lab is a live sound installation. Its sound originates from 24 Perspex tubes full of water, where compressors send air to generate bubbles. Hydrophones and microphones amplify and process the sound. The piece works in three modes: 'generative' mode, which functions as an autonomous sound sculpture; 'play' mode, which converts it into an instrument that visitors can touch and 'demo' mode, where it demonstrates its potential in two minutes. Visually the sound is conveyed algorithmically into LED lights that generate light environments according to the harmonies.
El Mercat de Música Viva de Vic obre convocatòria als artistes per la seva 35a edicióEl 35è MMVV es celebrarà del 13 al 16 de setembre a la ciutat de Vic
The period to present musical proposals for the 34th Vic Live Music Market is openThe term will end on Thursday, March 31
The Mercat de Música Viva de Vic is preparing its 32nd edition with performances and digital content as its professional activity.Due to the crisis generated by COVID-19, the professional activities of the Market will be offered online in a very special way. There will also be face-to-face concerts, which will be adapted to the ...