Cracklebox Workshop & Performance
Resonance104.4fm presents a Cracklebox building workshop by the noise quartet I’m in Oscillatorial Binnage.
The Cracklebox is a unique battery-powered electronic instrument invented in the late 1960s by Michel Waisvisz of STEIM. The instrument has no keys or dials – it is instead played by touch alone, with the performer becoming part of the circuit.
In the workshop, participants will create personalised DIY versions of the original STEIM Cracklebox, exploring the effects of circuit modifications, different touch contact combinations, and interfacing with Max/MSP or Pure Data. No experience necessary. Places are limited, mail email@example.com for a free ticket to the workshop or concert.
Workshop on Saturday 2 November 1- 5PM
at The Shirt Factory Project
Attendees and Oscillatorial Binnage perform together at the historic library of Prehen House, Derry.
Performance Prehen House 9pm – support act Locky Morris