Linux Audio Conference 2012
The Open Source Music and Sound Conference
April 12-15 @ CCRMA, Stanford University, CA, USA

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Federico Barabino

Federico Barabino



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Improviser and composer born in 1982, Bs. As. Argentina. Use the "error", the redefinition of the objects and the deep listening as a starting point for their sound work.

Currently works with analog audio mixer without external sounds (no-input mixer). Instrument with which he investigate the technical possibilities in real time and his relationship with the environment as well as its use in writing and sound compositions. Also continues to explore with different types of guitars from the extended techniques, feedback and amplification.

He has published more than twenty-five works alone and in collaboration with other artists in Argentina, Peru, Mexico, Venezuela, United States, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Croatia, Slovakia, Russia, Japan and Australia. Being recorded music a chance to see the personal work in continuous research and development.

He composed music for film, theater, media and diversity of solo instruments. Recently Hsien to piano, RrHh to electroacoustic media, Al ser que calla y oye to piano accordion and Silencio Visual a graphic score for any number of voices.

Permanent active musician performs over thirty concerts each year in major festivals and venues of the genre and in the underground circuit. His concerts born at the same sound context where they are going and from that framework are developed in-depth dialogue.

In parallel, he is professor in courses at various institutions in the country and in his private study. Giving lectures, seminars and annual workshops on improvisation and sonic experimentation.

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