- Dave Krooshof
- Ernst van der Loo
- Aslaug Holgersen
- Thijs Scheele
- Juan Parra
- Leon Spek
our weblog about filesharing
and legal issues concerning
the publishing of music.
Dendriet is a network of musicians in The Hague (.nl) that perform with networked electronic and acoustic instruments. The word dendriet, or dendrite, is also the name for the receptors of a nervecell. Dendrites are typically branching branches. You'll find these fractal shapes in ice, in metal chrystals in limestone, and likewise, in our performance setups. Please do check out our homepage by clicking the stone. You too are invited to join the discussions.
Chris Coyne has made a nice program using a context free design grammar.
It's free for you, so download it right away!
I happen to like Mid Side recordings a lot, and to my taste it worked out really well. I noticed we played rather empty considering we were with 5 people.
Aslaug Holgersen- Double Bass
Dave Krooshof- Analog Electronics
Léon Spek- Electronics> Supercollider
Ernst van der Loo- Electronics> Max/MSP
Special Guest: Isak Goldschneider- Clarinet
We will be playing one set only the second set is by Fabrizio Rota and Jiji Duerinckxl.
I have been following Lasse Marhaug's excellent site for quite a while. I have some of his cds and have seen him and John Hegre play, as Jazzkammer, in Blå, Oslo.
Hell, I even almost bumped into him and John Hegre in Munkedamsveien the day after (I did not speak to them though)...
But that is not relevant.
What is relevant is that Lasse is one of the most productive sound artists in Norway working with a lot of people in the local scene. He and John Hegre even co-produced Maja Ratkje's amazing "voice" cd.
Really interesting is that Lasse now gives away a lot of his music for free on his site.
You can find the mp3 archive here.
(Please also visit his site, he has plenty of interesting stuff there)
I always like artists that share their music with fellow enthousiasts--> Veldig bra Lasse!
A teacher in computer music, Roger Dannerberg, responded in the same newspaper: "...My students also learn how the broadcasting industry, dominated by NBC and CBS, ignored recording technology until the NBC monopoly was broken up by the FCC. The innovations in magnetic recording for broadcast introduced by the struggling ABC were a major step forward, enabling the modern recording industry and even modern computer technology. Mr. Sherman, was the monopolistic suppression of innovation the "responsible use of network resources" you are seeking?"