Exposition

The voice and the machine- and the voice in the machine - now you see me, now you don’t- (2015)

Tone Åse

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The basic focus of this project is how the use of live electronics can open up new musical possibilities and roles for the improvising vocalist in the musical interplay. The project is rooted in my background as a vocalist taking part in what could be called the Modern European Jazz Scene, and the musicians I have been cooperating with in this project are all important contributors in this musical field. The project has been carried out as an artistic research, where the artistic result has been presented in the form of recorded music and concerts. Recordings of the music are also presented as sound examples in this critical reflection. The main focus areas in this artistic research project are the following: • I have explored how the use of live electronic processing can open up for new musical parameters, compared to the sole acoustic voice as instrument in music. These new possibilities are related to the experience of how electronic processing can create distance from and transformation of the natural voice sound. • Furthermore, I have investigated how the use of these parameters can create new roles for the vocalist in the improvised interplay of my genre. • As a part of my project I have also explored how an audio tracking system created for the theatre scene can be used as a live electronic tool for an a capella ensemble, and contribute to new strategies in the improvised performance. • In another part of my research I have studied artistic possibilities through implementing the role of the storyteller in a musical performance with vocal and live electronics. I have wanted to find out more about how this implementation affects the relationship between performer and audience, and the perception of the performance as a whole. This part of my project has been carried out as a solo performance, in research collaboration with musicologist Andreas Bergsland. The research is using audience feedback, both to feed the artistic process, and to generate new knowledge about the perception of the performance.
typeresearch exposition
date19/11/2014
published13/08/2015
last modified13/08/2015
statuspublished
affiliationNorwegian Artistic Research Programme, NTNU
licenseAll rights reserved
urlhttps://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/108003/108004
published inNorwegian Artistic Research Programme
portal issue2015.
connected toNorwegian Artistic Research Programme


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114373 Dokum DMMH 5 Andreas Schille All rights reserved
114354 4. Bergsland & Åse NIME 2012 Bergsland &Åse All rights reserved
114351 4. Bergsland & Åse (2012) - Using a seeing-blindfolded paradigm to assess audience response of a live-electronic performance with voice-SUBMITTED Bergsland/Åse All rights reserved
114181 Tone b1fab40a02-1 Ola Norddal All rights reserved
114179 bol_kaia stort Geir Mogen All rights reserved
113085 DSC03036 Tone Åse All rights reserved
113071 tvoices_utvalg16 Geir Mogen All rights reserved
113061 WEBRES-ANU_8866 Andreas Ulvo All rights reserved
113018 20110721-Bata & TV-126 Helge Nordbakken All rights reserved
113038 Back to front page Tone Åse All rights reserved
113015 tone_aase_5-th Geir Mogen All rights reserved
112983 NTNU_engelsk_CMYK NTNU All rights reserved
112981 ny-engelsk_NTNU-logo NTNU All rights reserved
112812 logo_ntnu_eng NTNU All rights reserved
112808 Logo NARP Norwegian Artistic Research Programme All rights reserved
112805 5. Technical setup Tone Åse All rights reserved
112802 5. Technical setup Tone Åse All rights reserved
112801 5. Technical setup Tone Åse All rights reserved
112797 Dokum. DMH Blindf. Andreas Bergsland All rights reserved
112796 Dokum DMMH 4 Andreas Bergsland All rights reserved
112793 4. Bergsland & Åse (2012) - Using a seeing-blindfolded paradigm to assess audience response of a live-electronic performance with voice-SUBMITTED Andreas Bergsland& Tone Åse All rights reserved
112789 3. Voice Meeting- questionnaires for volunteers Andreas Bergsland All rights reserved
112787 Dokum Skrivng DMMH Andreas Bergsland All rights reserved
112785 2. Voice Meeting, norwegian and English narrative Andreas Bergsland All rights reserved
112782 Lydnovelle scene Tone Åse All rights reserved
112778 1. list of activities Tone Åse All rights reserved
108633 Studio setup NTNU Tone Åse All rights reserved
108622 Example II, 1 Repeater Loop Tone Åse All rights reserved
108378 Andreas Modell Andreas Bergsland All rights reserved
108372 trigger 1 Tone Åse All rights reserved
108237 Photo by Torbjørn Buvarp 1- S Torbjørn Buvarp All rights reserved
108236 Bergsland modell Andreas Bergsland All rights reserved
108232 Bildefil oppsett Tone Åse All rights reserved
108027 tone_aase_1crop Geir Mogen All rights reserved
108008 Voice and stripes Geir Mogen All rights reserved

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