THE NIME PROJECT 2007 - 2012

 

NIME is an acronym for New Instruments for Musical Exploration.

A project intended to create an environment for musical innovation, to explore the design of new physical and electronic instruments and to host the international NIME conference 2011.

A project to enhance the possibilities of music performance for the many and for the few located at the
Norwegian Academy of Music (NAM) 2007 – 2012.

MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT

Central projects:

FRICTION AND TRANSFORMATION

MATERIAL INVESTIGATIONS

OLO/OMO NIME2011

Catalog of the sound objects:

GLASS

WOOD/LOG +

WOOD/TABLET

STONES

BOTTLE

Music balls

The extended Quartertone marimba

AMPLIFICATION

PROCESSING

CONTROLLERS

 

 

 

Papers:

PAPER I:

PAPER II:

Paper III:

Glass instruments — from pitch to timbre.

I. Frounberg, A. R. Jensenius and K. T. Innervik.

Evaluating the subjective effects of microphone placement on glass instruments.

A. R. Jensenius,I. Frounberg and K. T. Innervik.

The music ball project: Concept, design, development, performance.

A. R. Jensenius and A. Voldsund

Reflective conversations(Norwegian):

THE PERFORMER: KJELL TORE INNERVIK

THE COMPOSER: IVAR FROUNBERG

THE TECHNOLOGIST: ALEXANDER JENSENIUS

Activities:

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

 

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KJELL TORE INNERVIK 2013