Experience Music Experiment - Media Repository
This online repository contains complementary materials to the publication "Experience Music Experiment" (William Brooks, ed.).
Chapter 2 by Winnie Huang
MF2.1. Tentacles by Winnie Huang, performed by LookOut.
Chapter 4 by Victoria Tzotzkova and Fiona Smyth
Chapter 5 by Clare Lesser
MF5.1. Weiβschatten (2017) by Hans Joachim Hespos, performed by Clare Lesser and David Lesser.
Chapter 6 by Caitlin Rowley
Figure 6.2. Example page from altered book (p. 127). Colour version.
Figure 6.3. Example page from hybrid format notebook (p. 129). Colour version.
Figure 6.4. Overwriting sample (p. 130). Colour version
Figure 6.5a. Examples of note-taking (p. 131). Colour version, plus two additional examples of other approaches to note-taking used in the altered books
Figure 6.6. Layering (p. 131). Colour version, plus one additional example.
Chapter 8 by Ivana Miladinović Prica
MF8.1. Playing the Velicon by Jasna Veličković (video).
MF8.2. Velicon, Diva and the Beast by Jasna Veličković (photograph).
MF8.3. Velicon, Diva and the Beast by Jasna Veličković (audio).
MF8.4. Velicon, Potemkin by Jasna Veličković (photograph).
MF8.5. Velicon, Potemkin by Jasna Veličković (audio).
MF8.6. sUn, for coils, magnets, metallic objects, and audio mixer by Jasna Veličković (score).
MF8.7. sUn by Jasna Veličković, concert performance by Diego Espinosa (audio).
MF8.8 sUn by Jasna Veličković, video performance by Diego Espinosa (video).
MF8.9. Opera of Things by Jasna Veličković, performed by Jasna Veličković at TENT, Rotterdam (video).
MF8.10. Opera of Things by Jasna Veličković, performed by Jasna Veličković at TENT, Rotterdam (photograph).
MF8.11. Opera of Things, Beauty by Jasna Veličković (photograph).
MF8.12. Opera of Things, Beauty by Jasna Veličković (audio).
MF8.13. Opera of Things, Ophelia by Jasna Veličković (photograph).
MF8.14. Opera of Things, Ophelia by Jasna Veličković (audio file).
MF8.15. Remote Me, music for two remotes and three coils (part 2) by Jasna Veličković, performed by Marijn Korff de Gidts (video).
Chapter 11 by Ann Warde
MF11.1. An interactive video (1:31) by Ann Warde demonstrating Phoebe Harvey James’s departure from an expected steady beat as she performs her song Frogs. A sound file of the song is located here: https://archive.org/details/78_animals-2-frogs_phoebe-james_gbia0198188b.
> Please open the link to the song in a separate browser window. Then you can listen to it at your own pace while you watch the video. You will likely find it interesting to listen to the song multiple times. You may also find it useful to pause the video from time to time, and to watch it several times too.