The science behind electronic music

Ever wanted to enjoy a travel at the heart of sound waves? Want to discover the technologies and sciences behind artistic expression?

Sine is a participative conference about the composition and an audiovisual performance. Starting from a simple sinus, Sine illustrates, from the physicist and the musician perspectives, the way electronic music producers create sounds and compose music.

This performance is the product of an art & science experimental residency gathering François Gaspard, electronics engineer and electronic music composer, and Boris Wilmot, motion graphic designer and numerical artist. Sine is a Ohme and BozarLab coproduction, realized thanks to “Science Mundi” campaign of Innoviris – Institut Bruxellois pour la Recherche et l’Innovation.


Sine is back at Garages Numériques on Saturday 9 November, 20:00 – 20:50 at La Bourse / De Beurs.

The performance is part of ]unframed[ a close up on ArtScience – Artists and scientists together for a series of talks, conversations and performances around artistic practice and scientific knowledge. Please note that Sine, along with the whole programme of ]unframed[, is free of charge upon purchase of Les Garages Numériques exhibition ticket. For more info please visit https://www.lesgaragesnumeriques.com/


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Enjoy the live tracks composed by participants during previous events on  Youtube.