C.A.M.R. (Computer Aided Musical Research)
C.A.M.R. is the umbrella term for most of my musical activities combining acoustic and electronic instruments since 1989. The intended idea has always been that of the "electronic guerrilla" - i.e., the realization of electronic instruments that are playable in real time and can be transported easily.
After departing from all universities and state-subsidized institutions, the "Mobile Studio" was launched in 2014 in order to work independently - from concert sound reinforcement and recording to the edited and "mastered" audio document.
What can be found on this website
The website is organized into five sections:
Original CD productions and some additional musical impressions. Pieces and excerpts of recordings from 40 years - and also a few vintage posters.
My small and indeed exquisite "Mobile Studio". Here is everything about work, hardware and everything related to the studio, including DIY advice on how to treat the room acoustically and how to build a studio desk.
Synthesizer - a difficult term, but one that has become established. I would have preferred electronic sound generator. Well, here are the synthesizers I work with or (with pleasure) have worked with.
Everything that has to do with computer and MIDI data. Live Electronic, controllers, MAX and M.A.R.S. (a DSP platform). For "live electronic" it is more purposeful to do the programming yourself instead of relying on software that is usually geared towards the production of popular music.
This is neither about music nor about computers, but about all our lives.
Recent posts on my blog.
After my previous website couldn't be displayed on "mobile devices" (tablets and smart phones) for quite a while, it was time to re-design the site using up-to-date codes and create a better order - the menus had become simply too bulky and cluttered.
Soon after the introduction of mRNA injections, it occasionally seemed to me that our DNA, a double helix, should be transformed into a triple helix.
It just was that kind of feeling.
The Musical Audio Research Station ( approx. 1992 - 1999) by IRIS, Paliano, Italy.
My favorite instrument for live electronic music turns 30!
Some patches make my daily life easier in such a pleasant way that I offer them for download. In order to run the patches on the computer (Mac or Win), you will need (the free version of) "Max/MSP" by Cycling74.
Text & Translation Soon!
4th Industrial Revolution?
New World Order?
The Fall of Babylon the Great And I heard another voice from heaven saying,
“Come out of her, my people, lest you share in her sins, and lest you receive of her plagues!
"We are the CO2 to be reduced!"