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The third episode of the Soundword podcast series, this time about artists residing in Gdansk, with Krzysztof Olczak, Michał Jacaszek, Krzysztof Topolski, Katarzyna Podpora and Max Kohyt, hosted by Dariusz Mazurowski:

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and here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOCXwGmiHCw&ab_channel=DariuszMazurowski
Supported by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland as a part of “Culture on the web” program.

New article on electroacoustic music (about creation of emulated natural and artificial acoustic environments), written in Polish by Dariusz Mazurowski is available online: https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:a0739d36-b851-41a4-8d9f-2ccf72895c14
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Another article on electroacoustic music – Sound sources (acoustic and electronic), crossfading, feedback, interactions. Relations between musicians and instruments – written (in Polish) by Dariusz Mazurowski is available online: https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:34ad8076-8df5-4170-8c78-9bce50d2a588
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The second Soundword episode is available online. This time guests, composers Krzysztof Knittel, Krzysztof Gawlas, Piotr Madej, Maciej Polak and Łukasz Szałankiewicz, tell us about their favorite techniques, methods, tools and equipment. All texts are in Polish. You can find it here:

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Supported by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland as a part of “Culture on the web” program.

New text on electroacoustic music, written by Dariusz Mazurowski is available online now. This time about the history of music and technology relations: https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:9a437d91-bc2c-49f0-b3a6-8d644a1eb7df
Supported by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland as a part of “Culture on the web” program.

Another text on electroacoustic music, written by Dariusz Mazurowski is available online now. It’s about selected aspects of such kind of music (in Polish): https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:9752f163-eb71-470d-a921-a33d71ce545c
Supported by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland as a part of “Culture on the web” program.

Binary Voyager is an endless, constantly evolving electroacoustic web composition, available online: https://deemstudio.com/binary-voyager/
Based on an idea of 4 parallel sound generators (each with it’s own vast library), playing different layers of the piece. This final mix is randomly created in a real time, individually for each listener. You can join at any moment, listen as long as you wish. Please keep in mind you get your own, personal, unique version of the whole composition. Every listener has a different mix, running order etc. More, you can open Binary Voyager link in a new window or new tab (even more windows or tabs) to get more complex mixes of layered generators. Another option, launch Binary Voyager on different devices – like computers, tablets, smartphones, smart TV sets – and create your own spatial, multidimensional mix to fill any space.

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More about Binary Voyager: https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:113694ce-ae4e-4828-820e-1d374ce0c2a4

Two texts on electroacoustic music, written by Dariusz Mazurowski are available online now. The first one, about the history of sound processing and editing is in Polish: https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:6ef19e2c-314c-493d-b6ea-b17cf92f9162
The second one (Space, diffusion, perception. Selected techniques and processes concerning spatial sound in acousmatic and mixed music) is in English: https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:7717152e-0eba-4096-a052-b1075bd6d20e
Supported by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland as a part of “Culture on the web” program.