The idea of creating duets in parts online is not exactly something new, and depending on the professionalism of those aiming to create the duo, you can get some stunning results. That’s not to say I’m looking at those videos which have HQ graphics and a team of dancers in the back (although if there… Continue reading Research into Online Duets and OPM Artists
When I started recording internet duets, it was because I wanted to do something fun with a friend who I happened to have known online. The internet has created a platform where I am no longer limited to interactions only with those near my geographical location. Instead, my experience as an Australian online looks into many… Continue reading Internet Music Culture and OPM
In my initial post, I reflected greatly upon my side of the duet interaction. As it is an online experience, although we are creating a musical product together, it has a very obvious disconnect. As such, I asked Kari a couple of questions based on the questions I sought to answer in my initial post… Continue reading Kariann’s response to Duets Across the Globe
I have always had a passion for music. From the age of 5, my mother started sending me to a music school to be trained to read sheet music and play piano. By the time I was in year 7, I was being dragged along to these weekly lessons, and although I am now grateful… Continue reading Duets Across the Globe
Upon viewing the exhibition Wearing Memories, I have been asked to research and reflect, drawing from my original thoughts and assumptions in order to further my knowledge.
Todays class was about experience and reflection, either of the original Godzilla movie or Haji Oh’s exhibition. I chose the latter, and have recorded my thoughts through audio via. soundcloud. I have also included a transcript of what is said for those who prefer to read, accompanied by pictures throughout. Even if you don’t read… Continue reading Wearing Memory – Haji Oh