Preproduction notes for
Walkie Talkie Dream Garden by Dafna Naphtali (in collaboration with Richard Rodkin) https://www.evernote.com/shard/s1/sh/1a13ec6a-1890-40a9-87bd-93fd04395960/664f28a38d5ed70e
Preproduction notes for
Pulsing Dot – debut release by the duo of Gordon Beeferman (piano) and Dafna Naphtali (voice, electronics) on Clang label (Denmark) in settings and improvisations for piano and voice with kinetic sound processing, fractal rhythms, and generating polyphonic / kaleidophonic disturbances.
“What if Your Instrument is Invisible?”
is my chapter in the new book “Musical Instruments in the 21st Century: Identities, Configurations, Practices” (December 2016, Springer: Singapore).
Abstract: As an electronic musician I am … Continue reading
Audio Chandelier as a performance concept/system uses a point-source arrangement of the sounds of a single audio file into 10-16 speakers arranged in asymmetrically in a large space (preferably 20’x20” or larger. Using a computer and granular synthesis, I send one “grain” (very small slice of sound from my audio … Continue reading
Clip Mouth Unit (Jen Baker (trombone/voice) and Dafna Naphtali (voice/live-sound-processing/electronics) has created a unique set of open form compositions for their multi-faceted performance concept — merging electro-acoustics, multi-phonics, and extended techniques, integrated directly with scalar and rhythmic concepts.
Dafna Naphtali / Jen Baker at NYC Electroacoustic Improv Summit 2016
“Index of Refraction” is the debut album of the duo of Luis Tabuenca (percussion/ drums), Dafna Naphtali (voice/ electronics), recorded at Harvestworks in NY. An Index of Refraction of a material is a dimensionless … Continue reading
Dafna Naphtali is a singer/instrumentalist/electronic-musician who composes/performs experimental, interactive electro-acoustic music. For 20+ years, drawing on a wide-ranging musical background in jazz, classical, rock … Continue reading
Mechanique(s) is aleatoric/improvised electro-acoustic computer music project active of mine using live electronics, prepared guitar,voice, and sometimes reeds or other guest instrumentalists. Working together since 1998 in various configurations, Mechanique(s) has been drawing on many traditions in improvised and electronic music, investigating the overlap of various elements of the performers’ technical and … Continue reading