TMS will play their second Berlin concert at Noiseberg on June 19.
TMS is an experimental noise project by the artists Malte Steiner (DE/DK) and Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen (DK). The format is improvisational sound pieces and concerts built out of Steiner and Madsen's sonic interactions, where noise-scapes and complex structures emerge from intense layering of various in- and outputs. The physical interaction with materials has an additional focus and thus to create a more performative and visual sound experience. TMS use primarily various pedals, self-built controllers and Pure Data to create their sounds. Each chosen element is very important for the whole, where the combination of these play a vital role in the compositions. The inputs can be analogue as well as digital; modulated, transformed and distorted.
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For the Audioblast online audio festival TMS will compose a piece based on the structural qualities of the neurotransmitter serotonin. These dynamics will be improvised and performed live in a dynamic and counterbalanced noise act that deals with both the balances as well as the imbalances caused by disruption of this unit in the brain. The piece is a translation of a physiological entity into a mixed analogue and digital composition, transmitted via the digital system of the live-stream and thus inserted into the online neuro-system of the Internet.
The audio performance is created specifically for the call of the Audioblast festival and as described in the concept, it is based on the structure of the neorotransmitter serotonin and thus a translation of a physiological entity into a improvised composition, transmitted via the digital system of the live-stream and inserted into the online neuro-system of the Internet.
Duration of performance: 30 minutes
The piece was performed for a live audience at Kommunal Kunst og Teknik, Blågårdsgade in Copenhagen (DK) as well as streamed online and to a quadrophonic set-up at APO-33 in Nantes (FR)
"The remade piece auto-dada is
created as an automated system that randomly applies cut up technique
and montage to the original field recording. The piece is based on a
randomness principle and thus avoids the control of its author, but
succumbs to a purely automated process of chance. The system is
created in Pure Data, which executes the applied methods on the
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