ABOUT THIS PODCAST
Sound + Process deconstructs new electronic and experimental works through conversations with their composers. These artists all belong to the online community lines (http://llllllll.co), the forum of grid instrument and eurorack module maker monome (http://monome.org).
since Mar, 2016
IN THIS PODCAST
Sound + Process # 13 features musician, designer, programmer and teacher Meng Qi. A pioneering interface theorist, Meng Qi is perhaps best known for opening new dimensions of control and interaction with Peter Blasser’s Ciat-Lonbarde circuits. His earliest module, Voltage Memory, is the first synth module to have ever been both designed and manufactured in China. Over the years, Meng Qi has released a wide spectrum of music with these and other instruments. His experiments with feedback and frequency modulation are only enhanced by explorations of tonality — the resulting songs are uniquely beautiful in both timbre and emotion. Since Meng Qi’s audiences span many countries and languages, I’ve chosen to present his episode in two different formats — one is a transcript annotated with audio at https://soundandprocess.com/ep_13 and the other is a standalone album with a downloadable document on https://soundandprocess.bandcamp.com. Visit one, visit both, but as always feel free to join the conversation on lines — https://llllllll.co. Before we part ways, this track ends with a short live performance that Meng Qi treated me to during our conversation. I hope you enjoy it. Thank you so much for listening.
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