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Endliche Automaten

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Berlin, Germany (2008 – present)

Endliche Automaten / Laptop Orchestra are formed from the Laptoporchester Berlin in 2008, after the Laptoporchester Berlin changed.
The Tradition of the Laptoporchester sounds are followed by the Endliche Automaten and opens up some new directions in musical development. With more Guest Musicans and with the use of some analogue Instruments (also on Stage) the Orchestra goes more in tradition of mixing digital music with
analog music like Bands… early Kraftwerk and Klaus Schulze

more music you found here: http://endliche-automaten.de/data/media-downloads/

The aim of the Endliche Automaten / Laptoporchester Berlin are as they still: interprets and re-constructs electro-acoustic pieces of contemporary audio art and electronic pop music. The musicians form an ensemble of notebooks, each functioning like an instrument. The combination of this multi-coherent network of sounds, the latest software, and versatile audio systems continually opens up new possibilities for interpretation.
The fundamental idea behind the Endliche Automaten / Laptoporchester is to create and maintain
an extensive repertoire of electronic, electro-acoustic and audio-visual compositions - which can be presented live in changing constellations, just what a traditional ensemble does. In the transition to visual art, self-images form an integral element of Laptop’s stage performances.


Ensemble Members:

Alexander Augsten
Marek Brandt
Olliver Kiesow
Shintaro Miyazaki
Stephane Leonard
Nicolas Weiser

Guest and Solo Artists

Shintaro Imai
Stefan Hochmuth
Tetsuya Hori

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  • pootzko

    kings. you should release a record or something. ;)

    17 Apr 2010 Reply