Sonology’s famous Electronic Music Reports (1969–1971) are now available as PDFs.

The famous Electronic Music Reports 1–4 (1969–1971) are finally available as PDFs at the download section of our website:

Volume 1:
– A Computerized Studio
– Computer Music Experiments
– Voltage Control in Utrecht
– Equipment in Bratislava

– An Association of Studios
– Activities
– Concerts
– New Productions

Volume 2:
– A Studio for Electro-Instrumental Music (STEIM)
– Equipment in Carbondale
– A Variable Function Generator

– A Programme for Musical Composition
– A Programme for Visual Structures
– Bio-potentials in Music

– Studio of Electronic Music
– New Productions

Volume 3:
– Project 2: A Programme for Musical Composition

Volume 4:
– The Situation in Musical Research
– An Acoulogical Performance Model
– Serial and Aleatoric Composition Methods
– Sound and Image

– A New Sequencer

– New Productions

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Open Day at the Royal Conservatoire

The Royal Conservatoire will have its annual Open Day on Saturday 25th January 2020 from 10:00 until 17:30. Sonology will have all studios open for the public from 11:00 onwards, with demonstrations, information about the educational programmes, etc. At 16:30 there will be a short Sonology Concert in the Arnold Schoenbergzaal.

Raviv Ganchrow receives the Prix Phonurgia Nova 2019

Das Hörstück „Knallfunken“ von Raviv Ganchrow ist mit dem französischen Radiokunstpreis Prix Phonurgia Nova in der Kategorie „Art Sonore“ ausgezeichnet worden. …

Ganchrow teilt sich den Preis mit der belgischen Klangkünstlerin Anne Lepère, die für ihre Arbeit „Autopoïesis“ geehrt wurde.

Für „Knallfunken“ nutzte Ganchrow die Großfunkstelle Nauen, den ältesten noch in Betrieb befindlichen Radiosender der Welt. Hier zeichnete er elektromagnetische Signale von Blitzen auf, die er anschließend per Kurzwelle zurück in den Äther sandte. Seine Radiokomposition entstand im Auftrag von Deutschlandfunk Kultur mit freundlicher Unterstützung des Mondriaan Fonds. Das Hörstück wurde am 23. August 2019 im Kulturprogramm des nationalen Hörfunks urgesendet.

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Sonology Discussion Concert 2, 11 December 2019

We would like to invite you for the second Sonology Discussion Concert of the Academic Year 2019–2020 on Wednesday 11 December 2019. We have fixed media pieces by Suhmi Chung, Ernests Vilsons, Anni Nöps and Aleksandar Koruga, a live electronics performance by Simone Sacchi, improvised music with the Sonology Electroacoustic Ensemble and a piece for six (6!) harps, bass recorder and electronics by Julian Maple Oliveira.
The concert will start at 19:30. Admission and drinks are free.

10 years of partnership with GRM

Today it is 10 years ago that a partnership agreement between the Groupe de Recherches Musicales and the Institute of Sonology was signed by Daniel Teruggi, Henk van der Meulen and Kees Tazelaar.

Henk van der Meulen, Daniel Teruggi and Kees Tazelaar, 2 December 2009.