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How to measure the sky (2012)

auth. Dropout – titl. How to measure the sky (2012)

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Part of this work was commissioned for a Mondadori Ragazzi novel “Nemmeno un bacio prima di andare a letto”, written by Manuela Salvi and published in October 2011. www.nemmeno1bacio.it

These songs came into the world during a 2-week trip to London on February 2011, while I was wandering in the streets, and was taking notes of the things around.

The main aim of this project was the creation of songs lasting few minutes, as the classic pop-rock 45rpm single songs, with a touch of ’70s into a contemporary sounds.

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Works for contemporary dance (2006)

auth. Dropout – titl. Works for contemporary dance (2006)

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This work was commissioned for a project of contemporary dance.
This music tells the path that has been done together, in an attempt to join the technical needs of the dancer’s movements with the pleasure, in its own right, of pure listening.
So just imagine the sounds twisted in a dance movement.  Look for atmospheres, moods, electronic symphonies, and not exactly the reassuring and familiar places of usual songs.
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Electronic music:

Electronic music is a term for music created using electronic devices. As defined by the IEEE standards body, electronic devices are low-power systems and use components such as transistors and integrated circuits. Working from this definition, distinction can be made between instruments that produce sound through electromechanical means as opposed to instruments that produce sound using electronic components.

 

Genres:

Electronic music, especially in the late 1990s fractured into many genres, styles and sub-styles, too many to list here. Although there are no hard and fast boundaries, broadly speaking we can identify the experimental and classic styles: electronic art music , musique concrète; the industrial music and synth pop styles of the 1980s; styles that are primarily intended for dance such as italo disco, techno, house, trance, elektro, breakbeat, drum&bass and styles that are intended more as experimental styles or for home listening such as IDM, glitch and trip-hop. The proliferation of personal computers and the MIDI interface beginning in the 1980s brought about a new genre of electronic music, known loosely as chip music or bit pop. The latter categories such as IDM, glitch and chip music share much in common with the art and musique concrète styles which predate it by several decades.

 

Contemporary dance:

Contemporary dance is the name given to a group of  20th century concert dance forms.

Rather than a specific dance technique contemporary dance is a collection of systems and methods developed from Modern and Postmodern dance. The development of contemporary dance was parallel but separate to the development of New Dance in Britain. Distinctions can be made between European, Canadian and American Contemporary dance.

 

Technique:

Rather than emphasising technique per se, which is seen more as a tool for the dancer and a means by which to strengthen the body, increase flexibility, and through a deliberate exposure of the contemporary dancer to a wide range of techniques to ensure versatility, contemporary dance as a field is more concerned with examining the choreographic and performing process: as a result there has been limited development of dance techniques by seminal dance artists. Instead, contemporary dance draws on modern dance techniques (developed in the first 60 years of the 20th century) and an array of still developing philosophies of movement based on study of the human body and body/mind interralationships.

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Where is the sunshine? 2004 by Dropout – Davide Burattin is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribuzione – Non commerciale – Non opere derivate 3.0 Unported License.
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Where is the sunshine (2004)


auth. Dropout – titl. Where is the sunshine (2004)

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Computer Music from the Italian underground scene.
Experimental electronic music.
Frames for a film soundtrack.
Instrumental pieces with short sung interventions.
Introspective and nocturnal atmospheres.
Hermetic texts such as poems.
Crossover of sampled grooves, programming, real instruments, vintage shynts, blip & glitch, and ambient music.

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Music from a forest of bamboo – cl. Haworth-Castelli (2006)

 

auth. Dropout – titl. Music from a forest of bamboo (2006)

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Music from a forest of bamboo

 

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This work was commissioned for a permanent art installation by Arch. Enrico Realacci (ERA Studio, Rome) placed at the entrance foyer of the Haworth Castelli showroom.
This music was conceived to be the cyclic soundtrack for a continue color changing glass window.
The 6 surround channels was used as a sort of linear-human-walking-mixer: every channel emits a single sound, that the visitor can recognize or mix with others channel, walking along the glass window.
All sounds are digitally recreated with different types of synthesis, no samples was used.

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