We are part of the electronics. Something that once seemed to be a fantasy from a Kraftwerk song, or perhaps the rare effects of a science fiction movie of the fifties, is now part of our lifestyle, everything around us. All appliances in our homes have electronic devices in the office, on the street, in the most unlikely imagined places in the world, there is an electronic device making sounds, serving for some purposes. Mobile phones always go with us everywhere, offering us many new options to use everyday. We are becoming characters of an electronic novel of the future.
The art made from electronics in its various aspects is growing all over the world. Therefore, the MUV Festival in Florence offers you the best of electronic and digital arts of current times in its various versions and formats, as well as other important activities. Installations, concerts, video and various media formats, prepared to enjoy the best dj´s and learn more about this important means of creating arts. It is noteworthy that among the guest artists this time are Who Made Who, Riva Starr, Guy Gerber, Noze, Octave One, Marcel Fengler and Kevin Saunderson.
In addition to dance and body moves with the best electronics, the MUV offers workshops in various technologies. Among these, a major workshop on Ableton Live 8, which is intended for those who want to work based on computer music. This workshop is dedicated to both beginners and professionals, and the Ableton Live 8 has become in recent years one of the most widely used software in the world of DJ´s and musicians. With this program, you can create songs, effects, sounds, and you can edit all these compositions quickly and easily. This interesting program is available for Mac and PC and if you´re into music, it is worth getting to know it. Highly recommended for amateur musicians who want to improve their techniques of composition and editing.
Similarly, another interesting workshop is focused on “soundscapes” or soundscapes, which will consist of developing new soundscapes from computers, musical instruments and other tools. If the term does not sound familiar, it is important to know that the soundscapes are compositions in which music or musical sound doesn’t come directly from rhythmic, melodic or harmonic elements, but are the result of being part of a particular space. The soundscapes or “soundscapes” tend to be introspective nature and environment. This workshop will gather both, musicians and fans to the phenomenon of the soundscape. For more information about this festival, as well as these interesting workshops, visit the official website of the MUV Festival in Florence here: http://www.firenzemuv.com/
Get apartments in Florence and enjoy this important festival of music and electronic arts. Florence is one of the best places you can visit in Europe this summer, make sure to visit it during your stay in beautiful Italy.