Max Loderbauer - 200e Quadrophoniekonzert
Max Loderbauer, originally from Munich, is well known for his open-minded electronic music. He has collaborated with Ricardo Villalobos, Tobias Freund, Tony Allen and Moritz von Oswald. He was well known and respected as one half of the band Sun Electric that was produced by Thomas Fehlmann.
When Don Buchla released their innovative 200e Systems, Loderbauer was one of very few European artists to take a risk and buy one of these expensive "systems in progress". The ongoing complications and crucial updates led him to become intimately familiar with the system that is still his favorite to play during free public performances.
Via four outputs and quadrophonic controls, he will be connect directly to the four point PA System in Hall 2 to make some experiments before a live audience at Superbooth. The Buchla system is well known for its outstanding soundscapes that lie between experimental and weird.
In Hall 2, from 7pm - 11pm, every hour on the hour in 30 minute clips, the passing public will be presented with a mixture of colored concerts, installations,
live and complex arranged applications from our in part, prominent and experienced customers and artists.
In Hall 1, starting at 8:30pm and at 9:30pm, panels and discussions to different themes will be presented. Invited guests are requested to play an instrument prior to it's explanation and provide commenting. The short appearances and performances will be moderated.