Alt-w | Resono

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This sound art and music project took place in some of Scotland’s most interesting acoustic spaces. The concept was to compose, perform and record compositions specifically for a series of particularly reverberant locations using impulse response digital audio technology.

Resono was performed inside Cupar's massive fifty eight metre high concrete silo, built in 1964 by the British Sugar Corporation, and in the nave of the Sir George Gilbert Scott designed St. Mary's Cathedral in Edinburgh of 1879. Both exceptional spaces for sonic experimentation.

"It was one of the most unique and awe inspiring experiences I have ever had. It was like existing inside a musical thunderstorm."

Saturday 21st May 2016, 2pm, 4pm & 6pm.
The Silo, Cupar Trading Estate, Cupar KY15 4SX

Saturday 4th June 2016, 8pm. FREE
St. Mary's Cathedral, Palmerston Pl., Edinburgh EH12 5AW

Cycle 10 Alt-w Production Award -
Sam Annand, Craig Gallacher, Paul Gault & Scott Gordon

The Esk collective of artists, musicians, designers, promoters and writers was formed initially through a strong connection with the East of Scotland. They use a variety of mediums and platforms to reflect a shared identity, and foster a dialogue with the place they're from.

Supported by New Media Scotland's Alt-w Fund with investment from Creative Scotland.

Resono Cupar

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Resono Cupar