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Online music performance using Sonobus with Adam Pultz-Melbye

Adam pultz-melbye

Adam Pultz-Melbye is a musician who has found Sonobus to be a valuable resource during the pandemic, allowing him to perform with other musicians remotely and perform online concerts together. Sonobus is an application for streaming and receiving high-quality, low latency peer-to-peer audio directly between users over the internet.

In this workshop, Adam will show you how to get started using the application as a way to share high quality audio online to rehearse and perform music with others, as well as offering a more creative use of the software.

Adam Pultz-Melbye is an active solo artist whose fascination with resonance, acoustics and psychoacoustics has led to the development of new instrumental techniques and approaches to the double bass that causes the instrument to sing and vibrate in unexpected ways.

He has written acoustic and electroacoustic music for smaller and larger ensembles as well as theatre, sound installations, dance and film and has created and exhibited sculpture. He has toured over most of Europe, US, Japan and Australia and appears on more than 40 albums.

The workshop can be accessed on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/futurelabs02

It costs £5 and you can re-watch as many times as you like within a 30 day period. The money will help fund our arts organisation and allow us to create further content and future workshops. For any help or information please contact our Creative Technician, Richard Davis: .

Also, check out our Future Labs Podcast!

We have launched a new mini podcast series where our Creative Technician, Richard Davis, chats to each of the workshop facilitators about their content, their own artistic practice and their experiences working throughout the pandemic.

Listen to our second episode with Adam Pultz-Melbye on Anchor.fm or Spotify

Sonobus can be downloaded at: https://www.sonobus.net

Adam’s online performance using Sonobus mentioned in the workshop can be accessed at: https://youtu.be/fyhw3nIBmMc

Image credit: Photomusix / Christina Marx.

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