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  • pdp_install
    dev i system xfree86 shlibs 2 4 3 1 2 4 3 1 2 4 3 1 placeholder for user installed x11 placeholder for user installed x11 development tools placeholder for user installed x11 shared libraries If you don t see everything properly installed the safest way to fix this error is to remove all older copies of xfree86 or system xfree86 and reinstall Apple s X11 and the X11SDK repeat step 1 again INSTALLING REQUIRED LIBRARIES WITH FINK 1 Required packages aalib ffmpeg gsl shlib libpng3 libpng3 shlibs libquicktime0 shlibs libquicktime0 libquicktime0 bin Imlib2 2 Installing You can install those packages by entering the following commands apt get install package or fink install package or via the Fink Commander application in your Application folder by clicking or typing the package and go to the menu source install So if one of those methods is not working for you try the other 3 Troubleshooting Lots of packages are dependant on other packages Fink will install those packages for you if this doesn t work for you write down the dependant packages and install those individually Fink install name package The Faq http fink sourceforge net faq or Finklist might help you out 4 If you get the Error message Table of contents is out of date I found a solution at the Fink Faq page Q5 10 When I try to build a package I get a message that a table of contents is out of date What do I need to do A The output hints at what to do The message is usually something like ld table of contents for archive sw lib libintl a is out of date rerun ranlib 1 can t load from it What you need to do is run ranlib as root on whatever library is causing the problem As an example for the case above you would run sudo ranlib sw lib libintl a From http fink sourceforge net faq comp general php INSTALL IMAGEMAGICK 5 5 6 It needs to be 5 5 6 and that s the install version via Fink However i didn t succeed via Fink but built it from source myself Depending on following packages freetype freetype2 freetype2 shlibs ghostscript ghostscript fonts lcms lcms shlibs type1inst 1 Method via Fink First edit info file from ImageMagick Open Finkcommander click on ImageMagick and open File open info or in your terminal pico sw fink 10 2 gcc3 3 unstable main finkinfo graphics imagemagick 5 5 6 12 info Here find where is says disable shared and change it to enable shared and save make sure you re root NB Make sure you ve permissions to read and write in the sw folder If not change this Then do fink install Imagemagick copy Imagemagick to your usr local lib I think the libs of Imagemagick are in the folder sw lib but i m not sure cd sw Iib cp sw lib imagemagick usr local lib 2 Method by

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  • TONEWHEELS
    WAVES exhibition in Dortmund DE during June 2008 see TECHNICAL A lecure on the history of graphical synthesis and drawn sound is also available see HISTORY Finally experiments for a TONEWHEELS installation which visitors and audience members can play with light or design graphical scores for were made at Access Space Sheffield UK during July 2008 BIOGRAPHY Derek Holzer USA 1972 is a sound artist with a background in radio webstreaming and environmental recording His work focuses on the often unpredictable details to be found in field recordings and self built analog electronic sound synthesizers as well as strategies for collaborations and free and open source software such as Pure Data He has released tracks under the Nexsound Mandorla Sirr and OAR and Gruenrekorder labels and has co initiated several internet projects for field recording and collaborative soundscapes including Soundtransit nl Holzer has performed live improvised electronic music created sound installations and given workshops in basic electronics field recording and Pure Data programming in many venues and festivals in Europe North America New Zealand and Brasil PERFORMANCES 2009 Oct Whatnight 3 Tilburg NL Oct DA Festival Sofia BG Oct Tiny Noise Kunstwerk Cologne DE Oct w Origami Boe Salon Bruit Berlin DE Sep Oscillations Festival Black Box Belfast UK Jul Sommercampworkstation Ausland Berlin DE May OHP Festival Malmo SE Apr International Noise Conference Gallery Wallywoods Berlin DE Mar Future of Light Future of Sound London UK Mar E vent Gallery London UK Mar Thursday Club Goldsmiths London UK Mar Noise Noise Goldsmiths London UK Jan Kuda org Novi Sad SRB Jan xxxxx temporary structures Club Transmediale Berlin DE 2008 Nov w Staalplaat Sound System Lab 30 Augsburg DE Oct Almost Cinema Festival Gent BE Sep Club Maria am Ostbahnhof Berlin DE Sep Full Pull Festival Malmo SE Aug Access Space Sheffield UK Jun Waves Exhibition Phoenix Halle Dortmund DE Apr Werkleitz Hochschule für Kunst und Design Halle DE Feb w Sara Kolster STEIM Amsterdam NL Feb w Sara Kolster DNK Amsterdam NL Jan w Sara Kolster NETMAGE Festival Bologna IT 2007 Oct K ITA Berlin DE Oct w Sara Kolster Passengers International Festival of Public Art Warsaw PL Oct KUMU Tallinn EE Aug Kunst Musik mit dem Tageslichtprojektor Cologne DE WORKSHOPS 2009 Oct DA Festival Sofia BG Oct Tiny Noise Camp Bollwerk107 Moers DE Sep Digital Arts Center Belfast UK Jan Pickled Feet Berlin DE 2008 Jun Waves Exhibition Phoenix Halle Dortmund DE TECHNICAL INFO Please note that TONEWHEELS is available in a 2 or a 4 channel stereo or quadrophonic sound version Please indicate what kind of sound system you are able to provide In general I would like to play as close to the audience as possible This means not on an elevated stage but on the floor so that people can get very close to see what I am doing If possible I would like to set up and play in the center of the room This works especially well with the four channel version on TONEWHEELS

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    Suckers Istanbul s militant orientalist Serhat Koksal 2 5BZ and Japanese break sensei Ove Naxx to performance collective Collumn One UK journalist Phillip Sherburn The Wire electronic music ensembles NBI Orchestra and the Laptop Orchestra sonic experimentalist Francisco Lopez and outsider magician Goodiepal as well as scores of other artists located in Berlin or just passing through for Transmediale Experiments with the technique of vinyl cutting including locked grooves and

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  • <ozone>
    OZONE project using free open source software such as PD and GEM Initial results of these experiments were presented in performance at the Earational Festival S Hertogenbosch NL The OZONE project is possible through the support of Medienturm Graz and was presented in Graz as part of the Steirischer Herbst festival in October of 2003 A special broadcast was made in conjunction with Kunstradio for the occaision BAS VAN KOOLWIJK NL Although Van Koolwijk began his artistic career as a painter he soon found the medium too limiting to express the color and motion he envisioned Taking up residence in Utrecht NL he began active experiments with the video format His work has appeared at media art festivals worldwide such as Impakt NL Mutek CA Netmage Festival IT Avanto FIN European Media Art Festival D Pandemonium 2001 GB Trans 004 USA among others One of the best examples of work on the impalpability of the medium of electronica has been developed by the Dutch artist Van Koolwijk His work analyzes the disturbances produced by video transforming them into numeric code in order to produce a visual and acoustic sequence of extreme elegance and power Netmage DEREK HOLZER USA A long

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  • TONEWHEELS
    as the middle man and help other circuits talk to each other in the the world of electronics The light to sound converter circuit above was designed by Alex at 5volt eu It uses a BPW34 photodiode instead of a phototransistor and the diode makes a connection to ground rather than to power That is followed by U1 which uses an LM358 op amp chip as the buffer The op amp is configured as an inverting op amp which means it will give positive voltage at the output pin 1 when it sees a connection to ground at the inverting input pin 2 R1 is a potentiometer which controls the threshold of the op amp This means that you can adjust the circuit to the contrast between light and shadow in order to give the strongest signal out R2 is another potentiometer which controls the output volume and C2 is a capacitor which blocks any DC voltage the constant part of the signal rather than the part which is AC the audio part from going further in the circuit If you plan to connect this circuit to a mixer then an output jack can be inserted between C2 and pin 3 of U2 the LM386 amplifier The LM386 amplifier chip is used to drive either a speaker or a pair of headphones This amp has a nasty tendency to self oscillate meaning that it produces a tone all by itself This can be prevented by making sure there are no ground loops in the circuit In other words each connection in the diagram which leads to the bottom most line has only a single path or wire leading there instead of several paths to ground Please see Alex s site for more discussion about this light to sound converter I have designed a Printed Circuit Board for this circuit with an added output jack for connecting to a mixer here And here is a photo of the completed project NOTICE in order to keep the headphone speaker amp in this circuit from self oscillating it may be necessary to make a cut in the copper at the upper left hand corner of the border of the PCB just next to the printed text when looking at the copper side of the etched board This is to prevent a ground loop as mentioned above This should not be a problem when the jack ouput is used to connect the circuit to a mixer or other device COMING SOON updated PCB to fix self oscillation problem of the amplifier When PCB is updated I will also include a parts mask here so you know which components go in which holes MOTOR ELECTRONICS In order to control the speed of the motor which spins the TONEWHEEL in front of the optoelectronic sensor I use this Pulse Width Modulation Motor Speed Controller designed by G Forrest Cook at Solorb com Parts U1 LM324N quad op amp U2 78L12 12 volt regulator Q1 IRF521 N

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  • TONEWHEELS
    the most long living project the Scholpo laboratory existed until 1951 The first practical result was achived in 1931 The technological basis of his invention was the method of photo optic sound recording used in cinematography which made it possible to obtain a visible image of a sound wave as well as to realize the opposite goal synthesizing a sound from an artificially drawn sound wave The method of Scholpo gives easier access to varieties of timbres He doesn t shoot still images of sounds on animation stand instead using paper disks with a circular images of combs with appropriate shapes of cogs rotating synchronously with a moving filmstrip Exclusive benefits of Variophon are in flexible pitch control and vibrato Solev 1935 Sources Keyboard Museum Wikipedia Theremin Center forthcoming article Graphical Sound in Russia by Andrei Smirnov for the Computer Music Journal Scholpo working with the Variophone several examples of the sound disks and a section of printed film 1930 In Munich Rudolf Pfenninger made his first films using his tönende Handschrift Sounding Handwriting method of artificial sound synthesis This method involved photographing strips of paper with sound curves drawn on them to represent each note of the soundtrack graphically Sources Thomas Y Levin Tones from out of Nowhere Rudolph Pfenninger and the Archaeology of Synthetic Sound 1931 The Saraga Generator was developed by Wolja Saraga at the Heinrich Hertz Institut Für Schwingungsforschung in Berlin Germany The Saraga Generator was an unusual photoelectrically controlled vacuum tube instrument The instrument consisted of a photoelectric cell mounted on the white painted inside surface of a box with a small slit cut on one face A low voltage neon lamp was placed at some distance from the box and the performers movements interrupting the light beam caused variations in pitch Envelope and timbre were affected by manipulating a hand held switch device the overall volume being controlled by a foot pedal The instrument had a tonal range of four octaves Sources Keyboard Museum 1931 The Radio Organ of a Trillion Tones was created and developed by A Lesti and F Sammis in the USA The Radio Organ used a similar technique as the Celluphone and variants rotating photo electric disks interrupting a light beam at different frequencies produced varied pitches an timbres from a vacuum tube oscillator the principle was improved in the Polytone Sources Keyboard Museum 1931 British physicist E A Humphries created the first artificial speech synthesis when he is called upon to correct the optical soundtrack master to one of the first synchronized sound films The problem was that the villian in the film happened to share the same name as that of an aristocratic family who threatened a lawsuit unless it was removed Since the lead actress could not be recalled to the studio to re record the spoken parts Humphries was forced to paint each instance of the character s new name into the soundtrack by hand Sources Thomas Y Levin Tones from out of Nowhere Rudolph Pfenninger and the Archaeology of Synthetic Sound 1931 Nikolai Voinov invented the Nivotone in the Soviet Union This instrument optically read strips of paper hand cut by Voinov as sound information Sources Theremin Center Theremin Center Voinov cutting paper strips a paper soundtrack and the Nivotone 1932 German abstract animator Oskar Fischinger 1900 1967 published his Sounding Ornaments article detailing his own experiments with the synthesis of animated abstract absolute images and optical sound Unlike Pfenninger and many of the various Soviet artists who had an understanding of acoustics and could predict which shapes might produce specififc sounds Fischinger approached the problem visually and conceptually by positing that there might be cultural isomorphism between a sound and a graphical shape which represents it Sources Wikipedia Rhythm in Motion Visual Music Thomas Y Levin Tones from out of Nowhere Rudolph Pfenninger and the Archaeology of Synthetic Sound Fischinger and his sound scrolls Between ornament and music persist direct connections which means that Ornaments are Music If you look at a strip of film from my experiments with synthetic sound you will see along one edge a thin stripe of jagged ornamental patterns These ornaments are drawn music they are sound when run through a projector these graphic sounds broadcast tones of a hitherto unheard of purity and thus quite obviously fantastic possibilities open up for the composition of music in the future Oscar Fischinger Sounding Ornaments Wikipedia 1932 1936 Boris Yankovsky of the USSR invented the Vibroexponator optical sound instrument based on the painted sound techniques of Soviet film soundtrack composers Sources Theremin Center Yankovsky s Vibroexponator soundtracks 1932 1939 Boris Yankovsky develops his system of syntones and spectral mutations Sources Theremin Center Theremin Center Theremin Center Yankovsky s syntones and spectral mutations 1934 A Lesti and F Sammis s development of the Radio Organ of a Trillion Tones was christened the The Polytone Organ this instrument was a three keyboard manual organ using the same sound production system as the Radio Organ rotating photo electrical tone wheel sound generation The instrument was completed in 1934 and was one of the first multi timbral instruments Sources Keyboard Museum 1934 1935 The Syntronic Organ 1934 The Photona 1935 were developed Syntronic Organ was an electro optical tone generator based instrument engineered by Ivan Eremeef and L Stokowski and was able to produce one hour of continuous variation created by an optically generated tone using films of tone wheels Ivan Eremeef later created the Photona a 12 electro optical tone generator based system developed at WCAU radio Philadelphia USA Sources Keyboard Museum 1936 The Welte Light Tone designed by Edwin Emil Welte 1876 1958 in Germany was an electronic instrument using electro optically controlled tone generators A glass disk was printed with 18 different waveforms giving 3 different timbres for all the octave registers of each single note The glass tone wheel rotated over a series of photoelectric cells filtering a light beam that contolled the sound timbre and pitch Sources Keyboard Museum Wikipedia

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  • :: 33.99 records :: tracks
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    Kid on Speed Society Suckers Pavel Sterec Handprinted record sleeve Parabelles Handprinted record sleeve Serhat Koksal 2 5BZ Goodiepal Goodiepal s selfmade musicbox Pavel Sterec s telephone Detail record cutter Needle of the record cutter Laptop Orchestra Laptop Orchestra Music

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