MAPPING VJING FESTIVAL 2006
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    MAPPING VJING FESTIVAL 2006

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    MAPPING VJING FESTIVAL / 26-28 01 2006 / USINE GENEVA SWITZERLAND

    The Mapping Festival features different VJ's from Japan, the US, Mexico, Europe and especially from Geneva. Coming from various backgrounds the artists present their work as installations or live audio-visual performances.

    The festival is taking place on the 26 / 27 / 28 of January 2006, in the two concert halls of the Usine club, the Kab and the Zoo as well as the Spoutnik Cinema in Geneva.

    The opening night on Thursday will exhibit two audio-visual installations in the Zoo. During the following days you can discover the work of many VJs and DJs in a livelier environment.

    The festival integrates an education platform with presentations and live performances in the Spoutnik Cinema. Mapping seeks to encourage the creative exchange between the artists performing and the audience through workshops, panel discussions, and presentations.

    The festival is organised by the label GarageCUBE in collaboration with LeZoo. The GarageCUBE label also releases a real-time mixing and compositing software called Modul8.

    Mapping aims to provide the opportunity for International and local VJs to engage with their peers, participate collaboratively and promote themselves at an international level.

    Mapping offers an exhibition platform for this new area, which is not so well know yet and features artists who have never performed in Switzerland before, as the programme of the festival is based on an international competition.

    The first edition of the Mapping festival in April 2005 has received very positive feedback from the public as well as the press.

    In 2006 the entire Mapping Festival group is very much looking forward to welcoming both you and the performing artists.

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    PROGRAM

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    THURSDAY 26/01/06

    Spoutnik (Cinema Usine):

    17h00 Opening of doors

    18h00 Boulez Republic Grand Ensemble [FR], Performance Audiovisuelle
    François Pirault (Visuals), Vincent Alaphillipe (Audio)
    A musician and a VJ construct a floating, pulsing, loaded and old fashioned universe. You will find Ford Ts, Japanese strikers, a microphone, a Top-of-the-Pops-like stage, beat boxes, gardening, Gandhi, laptops, decadent South American crooners...
    boulezrepublic.free.fr [boulezrepublic.free.fr]

    19h15 Christian Höller [AU], Presentation
    Christian Höller publishes the Austrian Contemporary Art Magazines "Springerin - Hefte für Genegenwartskunst", "Pop Unlimited" and Techno - Visionen". He will present the true link connecting music to different visual formats over the past 50 years, - short films, video clips, and much more. A review on the relation between pop music and images in movement.
    [[url]www.springerin.at][/url]

    20h30 Esquisse III [CH], Audio-visual Performance
    Alexandre Simon (Visuals), Vincent Hänni, Gabriel Scotti (Audio)
    The videatse Alexandre Simon invites Vincent Heanni and Gabriel Scotti, long-time federates, to join and form a trio. Together they have composed parts of their performance, a partition, or lets called it a geographical map. The later indicates the goal of the journey but not necessarily the way to be followed and leaves enough space for interpretation. A nightly urban landscape disrupted by very colourful and hypnotic visions.

    15 minutes breaks between the presentations.

    Zoo (Concert Hall Usine):

    AUDIO-VISUAL:

    22h00 Fuss [ES], Ambientador, Audio-visual Installation
    Fuss a collective based in Madrid and Berlin has developed the Ambientador an ambient generator. The later is an audio-visual sequencer, a circle with a rotating beam which activates images and sounds in the form of an arc. The metaphor of representing the sequencing allows the user as well as spectator to follow the structure of the composition thus emphasising the principle of playback during a performance.
    [[url]www.fuss.cc][/url]

    23h30 Lab-au [BE], Voice spa[z]e, Audio-visual Installation
    Lab-au establish a research on architecture and urbanism in relation to the concepts of information seen and heard. Since its foundation in 1995 Lab-au pursuits the objective to examine new spaces reflecting the transformation of architecture and urbanism as a reluctant development to the technological progress. The collaborative and trans-disciplinary process becomes an important vector in the development, diffusion and mediation of projects.
    [[url]www.lab-au.com/space][/url]

    VISUAL:
    Media & Interaction Design (ECAL) [CH], VJ
    Students of the MID course in the Arts School Lausanne will be presenting their work.

    AUDIO:
    Kangol [CH], DJ
    A.D.D. [CH], DJ

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    FRIDAY 27/01/06

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    Spoutnik:

    14h30 Modul8 VJing Software [CH], Workshop
    Yves Schmid and Boris Edelstein, co-creators of Modul8, present a workshop on real-time video mixing and compositing using their own software. Please bring your laptops.
    [[url]www.garagecube.com][/url]

    18h00 Dorkbot [CH], Presentation and audio-visual Performance
    Dorkpot is an international organization defined by the title " people, who do strange things with electricity." Their objective is to organize events everywhere in the whole world where Artists meet who work with sound, images, movements and more. Dorkbot.suisse and the Mapping Festival get together to organise the first* Dorkpot-Event in the French speaking part of Switzerland. [[url]www.dorkbot.org/dorkbotswiss][/url]
    Installation: Pony Parker [Zurich] : „alates- another prototype“ reality and other anomalies.

    15 minutes breaks between the presentations.


    Zoo: TECHNO MINIMAL

    VISUAL:
    C.H.I.A.K.I. [USA], VJ
    Chiaki watanabe (born in Tokyo) is a media artist works in the fields of video, live visual performance media, and installation. Her works range from live audiovisual performance to mixed media installation, video, and motion graphics. She creates abstract video/animations - "motion paintings" that combine aspects of minimalist and organic aesthetics. She has been experimenting with interactions between visuals and sounds extensively with various types of sounds. Chiaki explores synesthesia - cross sense modality to create a hybrid collaborative art form. Chiaki has numerous live video performances, screenings and exhibitions in NY and beyond including at The Kitchen, Merce Cunningham studio, Dance Theater Workshop. Her works have been shown in New York Video Festival, Viper new media film festival(CH), ICA (UK), Unitygain TV(US), AMODA (Austin Museum of Digital Art) and the X-fest experimental video festival(US).
    [[url]www.nicknack.org][/url]

    C-TRL [USA], VJ
    C-TRL Labs is the commercial and artistic collaboration of Devan Simunovich and Nika Offenbac. Their work is as diverse as their individual backgrounds, ranging from music videos, concert tour visuals, animation for broadcast and film, tradeshow design, 3D visualization and interactive lounges. C-TRL's live performance combines the use of real time video software on multiple laptops (MaxMSp/Jitter, Modul8), custom content design and hardware mixing. In over 5 years of nightclub and gallery performances, Devan and Nika have employed everything from circuit bent hardware, custom realtime open GL applications and lightbox projection to extensively reprocess their material, creating a performance as unique as their process.
    [[url]www.c-trl.com][/url]

    Décollage [AU], VJ
    (le) décollage (substantif) 1. (envol) d'un avion Start |der| 2. (décollement) d'un papier peint, timbre-poste remove; d'un pansement adhésif
    Decollage divide static images into individual parts and join them in different ways adding motion sequences. The focus lies not necessarily in the compositing of layers and events but in the continuation of event. At times the loops are built specifically for an event and are taking direct reference to the context and the things happening around a specific event. The work of Decollage ranges from instant clip, collaborations with the bands Nimai and Roomservice to installations and short movies.
    [[url]www.decollage.tv][/url]

    JeSs [FR], VJ
    JeSs started Vjing at the turn of the century while studying in England. His love for music, the arts and improvisation encouraged him to follow that path back in France. Vjing on a regular basis at the Suburbahn DnB nights in Rennes (UBU Club) with his friends from the « Studio VJ » crew. Mixing for electro jazz « Factory » festival in Paris. Working on full audio musical shows (Olli and the bollywood orchestra). But also flying to the UK for gigs, Streamaudio (Brighton), AVIT festival (Brighton), Astral Phoenix (London, invited by the « Inside-us-all » crew). The AVIT festival organized by the VJ community inspired JeSs to create the Vjfrance forum. Meeting new talented VJs through the forums*enabled the « Studio VJ » crew to organize VJ events such as the « PLAY PAUSE » nights in Nantes. And a collaboration with the Transmusicales and DiagnosTIC made it possible to invite established VJs to present their work during this famous French festival. JeSs does not forget experimentation, he loves to play. « eYe HeaR » is his playground where he meets other artists for collaborations : DJs, musicians, dancers and other visual artists. [http://www.eyehear.org, [url]www.vjfrance.com][/url]

    AUDIO:
    Dominik Eulberg [DE] Traum / Trapez
    Jennifer Cardini [FR] Kompakt
    Lee Van Dowski [CH] Num / Cadenza / soma


    Kab: DNB

    VISUAL:

    Akinetik [CH], VJ
    Akinetik integrates the live image of the DJ as a motive, as a complete part, not only as an anecdotic element. In this case the narrative structure of the set is based on themes and elements suggested at times by the DJ. Lately they have been working with micro elements where the viewpoint is converted.

    CataraX [UK], VJ
    CataraX mixes live video at dance events from festivals to clubs to warehouses... primarily concerned with the layering of visuals and response to the music CataraX is a self creator of video and an avid sampler of mainstream sources. [[url]www.catarax.co.uk][/url]

    Pfadfinderei [DE], VJ
    Pfadfinderei is a Berlin based design bureau, exploring various visual styles. They set their own mark in each visual project, always creating a more than unique style with their seamless mixture of graphic design, video, print, typography, on-air design, stage-design and of course VJing. Founded in 1998, Pfadfinderei is at the same time a professional design bureau and one of the most highly acclaimed VJ crews not only in Berlin, but throughout Germany. At the beginning, instead of gnawing on the slow memory capacity of their pre 321st century computers they transformed them into unique vector-ridden graphic style video beats. By now, Pfadfinderei consists of 8 designers, VJs, Artists and typographers. A combination from which drives their multifaceted style. [[url]www.pfadfinderei.com][/url]

    Visuarte [DE], VJ
    Founded 2001 Visuarte tries to move between commercial and un-commercial *artistic projects. the 3 fields of working are: vjing, animation/video-editing, and room filled media-installations which are related to the architecture of the place. the vjing is always a product of live acting and reacting to the music. working with 2 laptops and 2 dvd players and a mixer gives enough space for spontaneous, impulsive mixings which are on the beat. urban perspectives combined with motions graphics, information overlay, typography, sequences of stills is the basic footage for the live visuals. coming originally from photography visuarte works a lot with animated or sequential stills. [[url]www.visuarte.com][/url]

    Xnografikz [MX], VJ
    XNOgrafikz, which stands for por-no-graphics in spanish, is the name of a small motion graphics studio, shameless mercenaries at the service of capitalism. At night-time XNOgrafikz becomes XNO, a free association of music/film/animation/motion-graphics lovers, searching the nodal points and coincidences between these disciplines.
    [[url]www.xnografikz.com][/url]

    AUDIO:

    Commix [UK] Metalheadz
    Andre&Oliv [CH] Loccomotion
    Thai-dee, Kangol & Jeepee [CH] Sub6

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    SATURDAY 28/01/06

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    Spoutnik:

    15h00 Modul8 VJing Software [CH], Presentation
    Yves Schmid co-creator of the Modul8 software will present the MAC OS X application. [[url]www.garagecube.com][/url]

    16h00 JeSs [FR], Presentation
    VJ JeSs will be presenting the VJ forum VJ France. [http://www.eyehear.org, [url]www.vjfrance.com][/url]

    17h00 VJamm / Freeframe VJing Software [UK], Presentation
    Russell Blakeborough and Mat CataraX will present VJamm3, audio visual sampling instrument for the PC - a piano for sound and vision. 16 channels of AV content can be mixed up live with FreeFrame effects and OpenGL compositing. Developed in collaboration with Coldcut, VJamm3 has a shiny new interface and groundbreaking AudioVisual features. FreeFrame is the World’s first realtime video effects standard. This open source project developed by BrightonART has meant that video fx can be shared between the leading VJ applications on Windows, OSX and Linux - including soon Modul8. There are now over 300 FreeFrame effects.
    [http://www.vjamm.com, [url]www.freeframe.org][/url]

    19h00 Fluctuating Images [DE], Presentation
    The Stuttgart based Art Gallery, Fluctuating Images is a real platform representing reflections on arts and media. More than just being a simple exhibition space, the gallery can really be seen as laboratory where all sorts of different things take place such as scientific workshops, concerts and performances, with the common focus of audio-visualality. The two curators of Fluctuating Images Cornelia and Holger Lund will present a series of exhibitions and audio-visual performances which have been taking place, such as Pfadfinderei / Modeselektor, (performing the same night) , Gabriel Shalom (New York), viDeogeist (Berlin), Antonin de Bemels (Brussels) and many more.[[url]www.fluctuating-images.de][/url]

    20h00 Addictive TV [UK], Presentationn
    "If there ever was a truly ground-breaking bunch of guys in the VJ world, it's certainly this lot" DJ MAGAZINE. Voted Number one VJ in DJ Mag's first ever worldwide VJ poll,*Addictive TV are*the London based*group of visual artists, musicians, VJs, DJs and*producers who've been championing the art of the VJ and pushing it into mainstream media for a decade now.* Performing their audiovisual shows internationally, criss-crossing the art and club worlds, Addictive TV have played at venues from the Pompidou Centre in Paris to Tokyo superclub Ageha, and*recent festivals have included*the UK's Glastonbury and Denmark's Roskilde. They have produced work based on the synergy of music and image, and their cult series 'Mixmasters' is till the present day an outstanding project connecting artists, DJ and VJ worldwide.
    [[url]www.addictive.tv][/url]

    15 minutes breaks between the presentations.

    Zoo: ELECTRO CLASH

    AUDIO-VISUAL:

    The Femmes Friquées [CH], Audio-visual performance
    Comme, get closer , Ladies and Gentlemen, come and admire, gloat with, and above all enjoy an excellent brusque show, rarely seen before. The big Bill Barnacle features, Désirée Von Booty, Stiletto Kitten, Pandora, Lola Tits, Betty Pas sage and Robin Cook! Fabulous, outrageous, astonishing, fairies and travesties. Fascinated by their music on a red carpet like in Varieté, their debouch choreographs. The richness of the whiner, orgies, extravagant facets and malice, the origin of a real audio-visual titillation. Ladies and gentlemen come and enjoy the most spectacular attraction on the fairground, without tricks and witchcraft and wizardry, come you won't regret, Come be naughty and lets rock$$$

    VISUAL:

    Boulez Republic Grand Ensemble [FR],VJ
    see above [boulezrepublic.free.fr]

    Komabox [FR], VJ
    His work is mainly based on the human body and its transformation and deformation, real and staged, sexual deviations. He mixes filmed footage with animated typography. The associations with the images give the text another meaning and visa versa. He is interested in provoking something, a sensation at the viewer, whether this is attraction or repulsion. He plays with two sensations positioning himself in the middle. He aims to create an uncertainty about what is seen and what is shown. [[url]www.nerves.net][/url]

    Lomography VJs [AU], VJ
    "It is our sacred mission to draw on millions of wild, rapid, delicate, energetic, armpit-sweat-niffy and cherry-blossom-smelling, sexy snapshots from the dust- crusted archives of Lomographers all over the world, and to project them onto vast surfaces just for you. And to do this in breathtaking live shows with dozens of projectors controlled by the most subtle of twitches from our jockeys' tender hands at the controls of tonnes of technical apparatus as they ride the riffs and beats of the 21st century. Our in-house projection programmes can do what was, until now, the impossible. First of all they localise the sharpest of masterpieces by Lomographers in an absolutely endless pool of zillions of snapshots images that are lying around in shoe boxes and on hard drives all over the planet. What we don't do, though, is psychedelic virtual rainbow rhubarb courtesy of WinAmp. But what we do do extremely well are subject such as real life, wild people and animals, wired places and situations from upside-down positions, the sex & drugs & rock 'n' roll of snapshots. In shot daily experiences of people like you and me."
    [[url]www.lomography.com/vjs][/url]


    AUDIO:

    Plastique de Rêve [CH/DE], Turbo / Gigolo
    Water Lilly [CH], Lasergun / Mentalgroove
    Swayzak [UK/IT], K7


    KAB: SOLID STELL

    VIDEO:

    Addictive TV [UK], VJ
    see above [[url]www.addictive.tv][/url]

    Ryoichi Kurokawa [JP], VJ
    Born in 1978 in Osaka, this artist has a very fin visual language and aims to develop a subtle and esthetic reflexion. [[url]www.ryoichikurokawa.com][/url]

    Laufbild Werkstadt [DE], VJ
    Laufbild Werkstatt gives sound and space colours, animations and signification by mixing their own video-files, flash-animations, motion graphics, photos and live cameras. They combine with subtle projections, installations of lights, televisions piloted by DVD players, midi-controllers, computers, based on their background in engineering and design. [[url]www.laufwild-werkstatt.de][/url]

    Legoman [CH], VJ
    Passionate about music and graphics he has been a VJ since 2003 and part of the collective Audioactivity. His work involves mixing in real time with his computer, using different video sources to create a visual universe in symbiosis with the music. He is inspired by various sources ranging from Baroque Art to Web design, from the Russian constructivism to Video Clips. [[url]www.legoman.net][/url]

    AUDIO:

    DJ FOOD [UK], Ninjatune
    DJ DK [UK], Ninjatune
    Ianeq [CH], Get Physical, Mentalgroove

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    ENTRY HALL USINE - 26-28/01/06
    Fragments Urbains [CH] Installation Entry Hall Usine
    Video-Installation by Yannick Jacquet and Eric Morzier, a multi-screen environment in the entry-hall of the Usine inviting the visitor to participate in a splash of video, photography and graphics. [http://www.sigma6.ch, [url]www.legoman.net][/url][/QUOTE]
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    by Dina » Mon Jan 30, 2006 8:40 pm

    Un grand merci à tous de participer au Mapping 2006.

    Une première impression sur le site de Ork:
    http://www.ork.ch/spip/article.php3?id_article=282
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    by sigmasix » Mon Jan 30, 2006 9:20 pm

    génial! elles sont magnifique ces photos! j'aimerais bien voir les 620 autres qui ne sont pas sur le site :wink:
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    by rolin » Tue Jan 31, 2006 2:09 pm

    So a great festival has ended and we just can say - THANK YOU ALL!!

    It was a pleasure to work with all this nice people and
    with a great program (as I personally experienced it for the very first time).

    I finally set up my Modul8 setup during the set :wink: and it just worked!
    And the performance compared to other VJ-programs
    is just amazing and incredible! It's our future VJ-Tool..

    There are many other festivals that should have a look at the
    professionalism and the devotion, everything and everyone was working with.
    I mean - who else changes the setup of the beamers and screens every day and
    especially in time!?

    Everything looked great!

    Maybe the workshops should be held in english next time so even I can understand it :) and
    the festival would become even more international as it already was
    because of the participants and the very high level of the presentations and VJ-acts.

    So - thank you again and
    I hope we stay in contact and
    we'll make it next year to see how
    Mapping 2007 goes..

    All the best for you..

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    by lego_man » Fri Feb 03, 2006 12:49 am

    voilà une petite installation que j'ai fait avec Eric (Sigma6) dans le hall de l'Usine

    avec des plans urbain découpé dans 4 bandes vérticales

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    by sigmasix » Fri Feb 03, 2006 4:06 pm

    "more" pictures on my blog

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    by vive.l.ol » Mon Mar 13, 2006 5:09 pm

    Arrivé tôt (23 h) vendredi soir à l'usine pour le mapping festival la salle est plutot vide, mais par contre le decor superbe. Plusieurs toile sont disposées un peu partout sur le floor afin que les VJ puisse la redecorer à leur guise selon le son.
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    Petit detour par le Kab ou l'ambiance est déja un peu plus chaude et le decor tout aussi impressionnant.
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    Je remonte au Zoo sur le son de Lee Van Dowsky, un peu trop mou pour moi au debut, il faudra bien attendre 1h30, 2h pou que tout s'enflamme. Effectivement d'un coup, le son est monté d'un cran et la salle quasi pleine l'ambiance est au rendez-vous

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    Ensuite c'est Jennifer Cardini qui prend les platines et commence relativement tranquillement pas trop de precipitation, l'ambiance suit et c'est bien la l'essentiel. Puis encore de nouveau le ton monte et la c'est de la folie, la parisienne jusque la tres calme met le feu charri le public joue avec lui elle met le feu et ca voit

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    Superbe fin de set de jennifer qui ne veux plus lacher les platines...


    C'est au tour de celui que j'attendais particulierement ce soir la : Dominik Eulberg

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    Terré depuis une bonne partie de la soirée dans le canapé sur la scene, il n'est pas tres communicatif ni tres expressif. Du moins jusqu'a prendre les platines et lacher ses premieres plaques. Lancé par la tempete tropicale cardini, dominik continue sur une teck minimal geniale et se lache un pur bonheur
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    La soirée devait se finir à 5h, il est deja 5h45 et mes jambes ne tiennent plus direction donc un peu de repos laissant un peu à contre coeur dominik et le zoo en pleine ebulition.

    Pour ce vendredi, vraiment surpris par le travail des VJs aussi bien au Zoo qu'a l'usine, le festival leur fait une belle place et ils en profite c'est un vrai regal visuel. Le zoo etait blindé et le kab bien rempli les orgas sont ravi de la reussite de cette premiere soirée.


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    Samedi retour à l'usine mais plus tard cette fois-ci (0h30) malheuresement il y a du monde et la queue, resultat loupé Watter Lilly. On arrive sur le chaud show des femmes friquées, interessant 5minutes...

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    A noter : dans le Zoo il y a moins de toile que la veille et elle sont disposées de maniere plus discrete. Celle du KAB n'ont quand à elles pas été touchées et c'est un veritable plaisir que d'aller faire un petit tour en bas. Le matos utilisé par les VJs est relativement impressionnant, platines DVD pionner, ecran tactile, lecteur dvd portable, ordinateur, table de mixage, et j'en passe...

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    Retour au Zoo ou plastique de reve à pris les commandes, musique sympa bonne selection, mais la encore j'ai du mal à suivre...ce qui n'est pas le cas du public la encore tres nombreux ce soir.

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    Arrive ensuite les deux british de Swayzak. Vu il y a un an à Lyon pour l'hypnotik de mars, j'avais bien accroché meme si je n'avais pas pu les voir tres longtemps. Ce soir il cloture le festival et vont s'en donner à coeur joie.

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    Les deux accolyte tournent sous 3 Ableton une batterie et un objet assez biazarre.
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    L'objet bizarre

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    2 ableton

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    La batterie et ableton.

    Vraiment bon son meme si a cause de plantage ableton ca tourne un peu en rond de temps en temps c'est vraiment du bon son qui ravi tout le monde.

    Apres presque 2h de Live survolté les anglais laisse la place à plastique de reve qui ne peut pas laisser la soirée se cloturer comme ca. Et voilà que ca repart sur de la bonne techno minimal..

    La encore la fatigue aidant (10h de sommeil en 3 jours) et un train à prendre je quitte le zoo à 6h du matin dans un salle encore bien pleine.


    Ce festival mi sonore mi visuel etait vraiment genial, les VJs etaient vraiement à la hauteur et avait de la place pour s'exprimer. Une experience à renouveller rapidement.

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    Les videos ici.
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