VETTER_HUBER - "Feel The Need"
check it out on youtube: VETTER_HUBER - FEEL THE NEED [official music video]
Tquencer & Netz 2.0 at TEDxLinz
Netz 2.0 at LAB30, Augsburg
Bureaumaschine live @ Radio Fro
THIS is an excerpt of my live performance+interview at FADIMAT/ Radio FRO. the whole show is now online at Dorf TV Linz: https://dorftv.at/video/30189
feat. Bureaumaschine live, and songs from many different projects (Vetter_Huber, Welle Linz, Uebercreutz, Gruppe Schleife, etc.)
Thanks to Wolfgang Dorninger and Gabba Hey & DorfTV for the media file!
The interactive sound sculpture Netz 2.0 was exhibited at Austrian Cultural Forum/ Digital Design Weekend London
more info on https://www.jensvetter.de/netz
Rapid Song Prototyping workshop @ Bauhaus University Weimar 2018
Final performance & pics of the workshop "Rapid Song Prototyping" at Bauhaus University Weimar/ [Dis]solving Boundaries Conference 2018
more info on https://jensvetter.de/rapid-song-prototyping
VETTER_HUBER live system 60 hours of speedProgramming
I updated our Vetter_Huber music-software (written in SuperCollider) - it got a fancy GUI with loads of level meters, it can save presets now & uses the great ICON platform M+ motorfader together with a numpad-keyboard for live shows
code online: https://github.com/JnsVttr/vetter_huber_2018
WELLE LINZ live at LENTOS
WELLE LINZ together with DVRST live at LENTOS Linz. As part of the exhibition BAYWATCH SCAPE, by spacedesignSTRATEGIES. 16.6.2018
Workshop "Rapid Song Prototyping"
I gave a workshop "Rapid Song Prototyping" for media artists during AMRO 2018, Linz. With Stefan Tiefengraber.
Documentation, video and material on jensvetter.de/rapid-song-prototyping
Tquencer, a new tangible step sequencer, developed by Martin Kaltenbrunner & Jens Vetter at Tangible Music Lab (TML) at University for Art and Design Linz.
Master Thesis Jens Vetter 2018
"Performative Topologies for Musical Expression"
now available as softcover on Epubli.de
GITTER live at MS SISSI
.. a spontaneous collaboration with Anatol Bogendorfer leads to a new music project focussing on experimental sounds, rhythmic noise and field recordings. Here are the first recordings of our concert on the ship MS Sissi, and our new website: gggitter.com!
video by Elisa Unger!