Nerd Nite #63
Home Edition, Vol. 8
It is the future, the distant future. Nerd Nite Edmonton is hosting an evening of talks on electronic music.
Please welcome to the stage:
Drew Lamb: Sequencing Waves
I will talk about a passion of mine, creating electronic music with hardware synthesizers and drum machines. I have taken a journey into music creation that used to be frequented, but forgotten about in today’s day of advanced technology. This talk will include everything from my journey, my setup, pros and cons of this type of setup, and a demo of my creation process.
80s kid, retro gamer, bleep bloop creator, synthesizer tinkerer. I make retro-inspired electronic music with hardware.
Raylene Campbell: Improvising with Found Sound
Raylene (she/her/they/them) blooks forward to sharing their passion for silence, listening, sound, and noise making. They’ll talk a bit about their creative process and past work, but will focus on demoing the (Ableton) Live set they use for improvised performance and do a bit of jamming to demonstrate some of the methods used for selecting and manipulating sound in real time.
Raylene Campbell is a sound artist who has embraced various creative practices including improvisation, composition, performance art, sound and image, public intervention, and Deep Listening. She’s studied and worked as a freelance artist in New York and Montreal, has a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College, and taught in the Department of Music at Concordia University. The focus of Raylene’s creative process involves explorations of acoustic ecology, psychogeography, media arts technology, and audience interactivity in both performance and installation environments.
Matthew Wood: Culture is My Education
You probably know Matthew Wood as Creeasian. He will be sharing his approach of making performance programs with the MPC Live.
Creeasian – Dancer, DJ, Beatmaker, is a founding member of the Sampler Café collective, Cypher Wild YEG and a long-time practitioner of hip-hop culture as a whole. He has made a living through DJ’ing, dancing, youth educating, and has in recent years turned his focus to the art of beat making and music production education. Through providing a consistent blend of his indigenous roots and his hip-hop influenced background, Creeasian continues to break boundaries while highlighting the similarities between his traditional culture and his modern influences. Previously on tour with Juno Award winning The Hallucination formerly known as A Tribe Called Red.
Nerd Nite #63 will be held on Zoom and Fringe TV. You're welcome to join on either platform using the following links below. Consider purchasing a ticket to support Nerd Nite and Fringe Theatre.