PROJECTS

Sinfonie Aspern Seestadt

Soundscape Composition
Echoes Around Me Festival 2021

Based on various recordings - March - September 2021
Microphone: Schoeps MK41, LOM Geofon and Uši Pro
Recorder: Mix-Pre 6
96kHz, 24 bit

Gefördert von der Stadt Wien Kultur

Bauer Stritter

A Certain Trio

Live Improvisation project of Marcin Morga, Eugene Ignashev and Frederic Stritter.
Instruments may vary
Marcin: No Input Mixer, Voice and various Effect Pedals,
Eugene: Lyra, Acoustic Objects and Electronics
Frederic: Arp 2600, Voice, Electromagnetic Pick Up and Electronics

https://acertaintrio.bandcamp.com

https://acertaintrio.com

Wiener Arp Ensemble

The Wiener ARP Ensemble is an international sound-art performing collective based in Vienna.
Each member plays an ARP 2600 (TTSH) analog synthesizer. The number of players may vary.

Salih Dursun, Evgeny Ignashev, Sinan Ilhan, Wolfgang Musil, Frederic Stritter

2019
Shut up and listen festival
(22:00) [10 Channel]
http://sp-ce.net/sual/2019/wiener-arp-ensemble_de.html

Four ARP 2600 TTSH Synthesizers.
Evgeny Ignashev, Sinan Ilhan, Wolfgang Musil, Frederic Stritter.

2018
(16:49) [10 Channel]
Steinergasse 8, Vienna

Three ARP 2600 TTSH synthesizers + two amplified metal plates and a 20-meter long amplified piano string. The performance was played over a 13-channel sound system as a part of an ELAK concert.

Evgeny Ignashev, Wolfgang Musil, Frederic Stritter.

Triangeln

All sounds recorded stereo in a dry swimming pool. The triangle sounds are mixed with sine waves.
The spatialisation, situated as triangles, fosters the beating.
3 x 3 Speakers routed to
Triangles A/B, D/E, G/H
Sine to C, F, I

Originally this peace is 60 minutes.

This is a short version for a concert in Echoraum, Vienna.
(8:00) [Multichannel]

Einsiedlerpark

The origin of the piece is a 24 hour recording I did in 2016. The recorded Einsiedlerpark is located in 1050 Vienna.

The work examines the translation of sonic material. By translation i imply a creative process of transformation, transcription and visualisation.
Translation will never be objective, it will always add or remove.
The first translation happens to be the transformation of sonic waves into perceivable sounds. Also the technical process of recording itself is a transformation, depending on the amplifier, the microphone etc.
Whilst listening to the recording i translate the sounds into a meaning, sound events or sound objects. A 24 hour recording enfolds the loop of one day.
The demographic or technical conditions, the history or the context of the sounds of a certain locality reveal the cultural tale.
The following work is the result of translating an eight minute part of the recording to text, sound drawings and sound objects.
This work is a mix of strategies. I imitate single sound objects with synthesizers, a violin and acoustic objects and spread the initial recording to more than 60 different channels assigned to different Bandpass Filters.

Spatialisation:
One or two speakers in the middle of the room pointing to the ceiling. 8 or more speakers as far on the outside of the room as possible.

24 hour recording - 11th to 12th of April 2016
Microphone: MS Neumann RSM 191
Recorder: Tascam HD-P2 Aufgenommen
96kHz, 24 bit

Einsiedlerpark
(7:26) [Multichannel]

Kickers

Tape Release
Tape coming out soon on Goldgelb Records.

Arrangement: Evgeny Ignashev and Frederic Stritter.
Cello: Vinzent Vogelsinger.

Recordings

24 h Recording Einsiedlerpark, Vienna
Microphone: MS Neumann RSM 191 [M/S]
Recorder: Tascam HD-P2
96kHz, 24 bit

Takao Berg, Hachioji
Microphone: Usi Pro [Stereo]
Recorder: Sound Devices Mix-Pre 6
96kHz, 24 bi

OMV, Mannswörth
Microphone: MS Neumann RSM 191 [M/S]
Recorder: Tascam HD-P2
48kHz, 24 bit

Nationalfeiertag Heldenplatz, Vienna
Microphone: MS Neumann RSM 191 [M/S]
Recorder: Zoom H5
96kHz, 24 bit

G-Train New York
Recorder: Zoom H5 [Stereo]
96kHz, 24 bit

Atlantic Avenue, New York
Recorder: Zoom H5 [Stereo]
96kHz, 24 bit

C-Line, Tokyo
Microphone: Usi Pro [Stereo]
Recorder: Sound Devices Mix-Pre 6
96kHz, 24 bit