IKAROS present in collaboration with The Gwenfrewi Project (former St. Winifred's Church) a live sound performance with three international experimental artists from Japan and Canada.
The video presented demonstrates `step in step out`for musicians only, you are asked to extend this to include dancers/movers etc. The offer will have its own video in due course.
details to follow refer to .pdf document available as a downloadable attachement at the foot of this document
Recycled pickups, by Anton Mobin
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|name of the workshop exercise or musical score:||Recycled pickups|
|To whom is the piece aim at or for:||
From 10 years old.
|What skills are explored:||Handling of specific tools (soldering iron, drill, winding machine), finalization capacity, meticulousness|
|History, where and when has the exercise been delivered:||
2017 : Lutherie, Urbaine, Paris, fr
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A pickups is a microphone like those in electric guitars which amplifies metal vibration andelectromagnetic fields.
The workshop proposes to create a magnetic pickup from simple elements of our daily diverted from their primary utility to build at a lower
Recycled » means we need recycle some coils in old radios, dvd
The aim is to make the difference in application about piezzoelectricity and electromagnetism and associate both amplification systems to produce
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