Network Music Festival

A hi-tech musical weekender // 26-28th September 2014

Radikal Audio Lab

Radikal Audio Lab play electroacoustic music, computer-generated sounds and noise-based compositions. Frank Niehusmann and Clemens von Reusner started their collaboration in 2008 when they produced their multi-channel composition “TESA 4124” for the New Music department of the Frankfurt-based German broadcaster “Hessischer Rundfunk”. Since that time they released numerous compositions on CDs – internationaly honored or awarded to some extent. For their Radikal Audio Lab. live-performances Frank Niehusmann and Clemens von Reusner connect their electronic instruments as an interactive computer network. Thereby they create unique concert versions of their compositions using live-sampling, looping- and live-overdubbing techniques based on their own software network.

http://www.radikalaudiolab.de

Composer & soundartist Clemens von Reusner was born in Germany in 1957. After studying musicology, drums and music-education he has worked as a composer and a musician in different ensembles as well as a lecturer and music teacher. Since the end of the 1970s he has been engaged in electronic music, sound installations and soundscape compositions. International broadcasts and performances of his works.

http://www.cvr-net.de/

Frank Niehusmann (b. 1960) creates electronic music for live performances, sound installations, film-, radio-, theatre- and CD productions since 1978. He had numerous performances in Europe, Asia and the Americas. He holds an MA degree in philosophy (Ruhr-University Bochum/Germany). 1983-1998 he was author, presenter and producer of radio- and tv-broadcastings in Germany.

http://www.niehusmann.org/