4DSOUND's creative director John Connell examines the impact of noise pollution in our physical and digital spaces, and new directions made available by focused listening practices and spatial sound technologies.
4DSOUND invites artists, researchers and technical developers from a variety of disciplines to apply for the Artist Residency Programme at the Spatial Sound Institute in Budapest, Hungary. We're accepting submissions for Artist Residencies for the period from January 1st until December 31st, 2018.
4DSOUND is excited to reveal its new programme in collaboration with TEDxDanubia. 4DSOUND: Reflections From The Inner Mirror consists of spatial sound performances, sound sculptures, participative lectures and inspirational talks that explore the body, the senses and consciousness through listening.
Earlier this year, we hosted a 10-days creative lab at the Spatial Sound Institute (Budapest) in collaboration with Munich’s experimental imprint, SVS Records. The creative lab enabled 20 young creators to explore the language of spatial sound. The lab participants came from all over the world, bringing together a variety of artistic backgrounds and expertise.
4DSOUND founder Paul Oomen discusses how electronic music production is influenced by the way we listen to space, including unique audio and video content of spatial compositions created with the 4D.Animator software by artists such as Max Cooper, Murcof and Oscar Mulero.