12 electronic and electroacoustic instruments, live spatialized on large multichannel speaker system – the Electronic Orchestra Charlottenburg (EOC), a project of the Electronic Music Studio at TU Berlin, explores means of organizing and spatializing the seemingly infinite diversity of electronic sounds in a larger ensemble.

Recordings from the 2018 concert at SIM:

Metaphysics of Notation:


graphical score by Mark Applebaum, 2008

Treatise:


graphical score by Cornelius Cardew, 1967

Discount:


graphical score by Henrik von Coler, 2017

Dummy head recordings, mixed with synthesized binaural mix from the original speaker signals

Performers:

EOC in concert, 2018-02-12 at Curt-Sachs-Saal, SIM (Photo by Jörg Riehle)

The EOC in this concert:

  • Anyere Bendrien [Semimodular Synthesizer]
  • Nicole Lujan [Processed Recordings]
  • Jonas Margraf [Semimodular/Modular Synthesizer]
  • David Runge [Modular Synthesizer]
  • Klaus Scheuermann [Modular Synthesizer]
  • Viktor Schlüter [Analog Synthesizer]
  • Andreas Schuller [Modular Synthesizer]
  • Juan Song [Guqin]
  • Pascal Staudt [PushPull]
  • Canberk Turan [Digital Effects]
  • Lucas Weidinger [Modular Synthesizer]
  • Fabian Werfel [Effects/Feedback System]
  • Henrik von Coler [Spatialisation, concept]

Dress Rehearsal at Curt-Sachs-Saal, 2018-02-10 (Photo by Jörg Riehle)