What to expect: This free improvisation jam is about creating and exploring new electronic sonorities using authentic sounds around the world.
What to bring: You may join our session bringing your laptops, electronic gear or instruments or singing that you will process electronically.
Also, please bring a small portable amp or a cable/adapter with a 1/4" or RCA audio plug. (Contact ran...@moonmilk.com if you can lend a mixing board for the event!)
Before coming to the workshop please make a small research about your own taste of the globe and create your own sound bank. Any songs, words, text or instrument samples can be part of your sound bank. I will bring examples and we will have some discussions before we get to work and play! Just come for an fun afternoon full of new sounds!!!
About me: TUNA PASE electronics, voice, flute
Tuna Pase is a music lover and creator of music based in Istanbul. Her musical journey began when she heard the "timbre of the flute" in the orchestra pit for the first time. Her areas of interest are electro-acoustic composition, improvisation, sound design, sound art, song writing and ethnomusicology. She plays electronics, flute, percussive objects and sings. Her music is inspired from sleeping, dreams, food, nature, poetry, photography, street art, bicycles, Istanbul, Jerusalem and Eastern hemisphere. She performs her electroacoustic compositions and songs in an improvised manner, where she "re-composes" them live using the elements that build those compositions. Her main point of performance and composition is based on improvisation which she sees her way of making music and collaborating with other musicians.
She has earned masters degrees in ethnomusicology and sound design. She also teaches ethnomusicology, improvisation and electronic music and loves inspiring children through workshops on sound and music. She performs in concerts and festivals, and participates in projects and workshops in Europe (France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland), the United States (NY,Baltimore), Israel and Turkey. Her own projects include electro-acoustic compositions, entitled ”Discotheque Sounds From The Cemetery”, songs entitled "Fortuna's Audioblog" , as well as other special projects with different partners, and sharing the stage in free improvisation scene with many different musicians around the world.