Bioni Samp – Hive Synthesis 24 Hour Installation at Hack The Barbican Festival 2013 – Live recording 1 hour compilation

Bioni Samp – Hive Synthesis 24 Hour Installation at Hack The Barbican Festival 2013

Live recording 1 hour compilation of Bioni Samp – Hive Synthesis 24 Hour Installation at Hack The Barbican Festival, Barbican Arts Centre, London 2013.
More Info: www.bionisamp.org

Bioni Samp played the following instruments:

4 x Electronic Beesmokers, Hive Synthesiser (6 oscillator prototype),
Baby Bee Synth, Binaural Beeframe EMF Detector, Honey Viscosity Synth, Beequencer, Yamaha fretless bass, Homemade delay unit, Single Cell Synth, Hex Controller, Hive Tool Resonance Detector. Live binaural recordings from 4 beehives, Faderfox Midi Controllers LC2, LV2, LD2 to RME. Allen & Heath mixing desk.

01. Bioni Samp – Electronic Journey to Avebury film live soundtrack (extract)
ft. Damian Lintel-Smith (Sitar, Dan Bau)
02. Bioni Samp – Music For Bees – Pollen
03. Bioni Samp – Highlands Heather
04. Bioni Samp – Music For Bees – Field
05. Bioni Samp – Videogoggles
06. Bioni Samp – Feather Ings
07. Bioni Samp – Hive Synthesis
08. Bioni Samp – Tribe For Nature
09. Bioni Samp – Baby Bee Synth
10. Bioni Samp – Digital Beehive film live soundtrack (extract)
ft. additional music by Andrea nAX_Acid Ruffino – Underwater (synth track)
11. Bioni Samp – Bee Frequency Electronics cassette (extract)
12. Bioni Samp – Cream Atom
13. Bioni Samp – Journey To The Centre Of The Beehive
14. Bioni Samp – Winter Colony
15. Bioni Samp – Switch Off Smart Meters
16. Bioni Samp – Distance Signals
17. Bioni Samp – The Island
18. Bioni Samp – Faraway Tree
19. Bioni Samp – Henry & Moor film live soundtrack (extract)
ft. Orlando Harrison (Vocal, Brass processing & manipulations)

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