Roland Emile Kuit
Composer - sonologist
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Photogaphy: Karin Schomaker
The term sonic researcher best describes advanced-music and sound art composer Roland Emile Kuit. Via research,
exploration and experiment he is pushing the electroacoustic
field to new boundaries.
spans composition through sound art, sound-architectural
installations, collaborations with experimental artists,
designers and scientists and acousmatic performances.
Available at Donemus Publishing House of Dutch Contemporary
Classical Music. First Dutch Electroacoustic music
composer with his music into space by NASA's mission OSIRIS-REx
launched September 08 2016.
untill summer 2019
A Light and Sound Installation by
Mischa Kuball at the Jewish Museum Berlin
The Jewish Museum Berlin is exhibiting res·o·nant – a
walk-through light and sound installation by the Düsseldorf
conceptual artist Mischa Kuball. Kuball created the installation
specially for the new exhibition space on the lower ground floor of
the Libeskind building.
Included Amalgamation - Roland Emile Kuit:
Superimposed spikes of sound in different frequencies
and micro durations. These bodyless spike impulse tones will
resonate the soul of this build space. Meaning, creating
reflections back and forth between speaker and surfaces. Space as a
body. Every reflection is like a sigh of the wound the spikes
create. First as loose pulses but by accelerating time, these
wounds and body becomes one.
Lindenstraße 9-14, 10969 Berlin, Germany
2018.02.28 - 23:00 C.E.T.
The first of a series
about sound art and music from the Music, Technology and Innovation
Research Centre of De Montfort University.
Composers: James Andean, Mike Blow, Robin
Parmar, Virginie Viel, Neal Spowage and John Young
Produced by Roland Kuit
2018.02.15 - 2018.02.20
The Prague recordings:
"Tactile utterance" by Roland Emile Kuit
with the famaQ String Quartet
famaQ string quartet
David Danel - first violin, Roman Hranička - second violin, Ondřej
Martinovský - viola, Balász Adorján - cello / Roland Kuit -
recorded by Milan
Cimfe in Sono Recording Studios
You can use my patches & books for ever
Gleb Rogozinsky, Mihail
Chesnokov, and Eugene Cherny, all of St. Petersburg, had a terrific
idea. They chose to simulate the behavior of the Nord Modular G2
synth itself, and translate its patch files into use as Csound – the
powerful, elegant free software that has a lineage to the first
Gleb Rogozinsky, Mihail Chesnokov, and
Eugene Cherny, all of St. Petersburg, had a terrific idea. They
chose to simulate the behavior of the Nord Modular G2 synth itself,
and translate its patch files into use as Csound – the powerful,
elegant free software that has a lineage to the first computer
synth.(source CDM: Peter Kirn)
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