300 episodes

An interview podcast where we talk to people that are engaged in the connection of art and music to technology. Visual artists, musicians, software developers and other creatives are invited to talk about their background, current work and future vision.

Art + Music + Technology Darwin Grosse

    • Performing Arts
    • 4.9, 71 Ratings

An interview podcast where we talk to people that are engaged in the connection of art and music to technology. Visual artists, musicians, software developers and other creatives are invited to talk about their background, current work and future vision.

    Podcast 328: Ben Carey

    Podcast 328: Ben Carey

    From his solo modular mischief to collabs with Sonya Holowell and others, Ben is in constant motion. In addition, he's also been working on visuals (most notably in collaboration with Zubin Kanga), has been exploring ancient Serge systems, and teaches composition at the University of Sydney Conservatorium of Music. In this chat, we learn more about his background and his methods!

    • 53 min
    Podcast 327: Ruaridh Law (TVO)

    Podcast 327: Ruaridh Law (TVO)

    Whether you are talking the Broken20 label, TVO music releases, the Further_in virtual festival or installations under his own name, you would have to admit that Ruaridh Law is dedicated. He's a self-described 'finisher', but also has a head full of ideas, so he's in constant motion. With Further_in in full swing, upcoming releases for the label and a new work (44 Tarot) in play, Ruaridh has lots to talk about!

    • 47 min
    Podcast 326: Jesse Stiles

    Podcast 326: Jesse Stiles

    In a way, Jesse Stiles has a career I can really envy. Studying with Pauline Oliveros, traveling India while sitting in on music school classes, working with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company and teaching at Carnegie Mellon. Huh - sounds pretty great, eh? Combine that with an active performing and recording schedule, work on sound art installations, and you've got a full book!

    • 52 min
    Podcast 325: Thorsten Sideboard

    Podcast 325: Thorsten Sideboard

    There are lots of conferences that come along without making a dent on anyone's attention. Thorsten Sideboard's Algorithmic Art Assembly is *not* one of those; it's first outing, last year, was one of the buzziest conferences I'd heard about. Now with the pandemic, conferences are a little out-of-bounds, but talking with Thorsten not only revealed a lot about the development of a conference and the community surrounding it, but also about how you can expand your personal passions into something powerful.

    • 46 min
    Podcast 324: Peter Kirn

    Podcast 324: Peter Kirn

    I'm not sure where you go to learn about music industry activities, but I'll bet that CDM (Create Digital Music) - https://cdm.link/ - is one of those places. Run by Peter Kirn, CDM provides coverage of commercial MI gear, DIY hacker projects, live modular performances and crazy AI experiments - so you've got to wonder about the person behind all of this...

    • 55 min
    Podcast 323: Laura Escudé

    Podcast 323: Laura Escudé

    As I mention at the beginning of the podcast, I feel like I've know Laura Escudé for most of the time that I've spend in the MI industry. She was there in the early days of my NAMM days as one of the demo masters in the Ableton booth. Later, I started seeing her working on live shows around the world, speaking to Laura's professional bona fides.

    • 47 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
71 Ratings

71 Ratings

Marc-pdx ,

Insightful + Inspiring

I always enjoy the wide range of conversations that Darwin has with his guests. Thank you for continuing to produce these podcasts.

h2o1969 ,

Amazing

Awesome interviewer. Interesting guests. Great content.

agnosia9 ,

Lots of interesting conversation

Love the range of artists that the host, Darwin talks to. It helps that he seems to be knowledgeable about a wide range of topics having to do with art, music, and technology. My one request would be to not spend as much time going over people's personal story. I think it's more interesting when the conversation is about the opinions/beliefs people have.

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