Rolling Stock

Dave Noyze

Dave Noyze will be developing two different collaborations during Rolling Stock - Infinite Music and Sleeper Carriage.

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Infinite Music Machine

Infinite Music by Alan Lamb & Dave Noyze  

Machine Improvised electronic devices (Infinite Music Machines), designed to explore the more patterned and beautiful sounds derived from chaos (classical). Circuits are usually designed and built with a visual sculptural aesthetic, and combine feedback, amplification, piezo pickups, lengths of wire and rare earth super magnets.
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Sleeper Carriage


Sleeper Carriage by Dave Noyze & Gary Bradbury

Sleeper Carriage is a multi channel sound work with a live performance element, comprising recorded sounds from obscure sources, live synth/electronics/treatments and the potential for audience interaction with Noyze's (in)famous electronic fog horn controlled by the "PRESS HERE" button!

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Background

Dave Burraston is a permanent resident of The Wired Lab. Dave is a generative artist/scientist involved in technology and electronic music since the late 70s. After studying and playing classical piano for 10 years from the age of 6 to 16, he was increasingly interested in the possibilities of using electronics / computers in his own music. From the early 80′s on he has investigated cellular automata, chaos, fractals and other mathematical systems for his artistic ends using such ancient machines as the Acorn Archimedes, BBC Micro, Dragon 64, Vic 20, Commodore 64, Commodore Amiga and Atari ST, as well contemporary machines (Mac, PC, SGI). Since these early experiments he has worked with collaborators as diverse as the MIT Media Lab, Aphex Twin, and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Dave maintains his own independent analogue/digital research studio called Noyzelab.