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What could happen if you sample voices of young kids playing & discovering the world? What could happen if you remotely collaborate with previously unknown musicians to remix those recordings? How would those musicians respond? ‘Nowy’ means a ‘new one’ in Polish and this single is a celebration of kids’ voices and their approach to […]

Here is my in-depth interview with Jakob Haq (of haQ attaQ) on mobile and iOS-based music making. It was conducted on Nov 30 2017 during my visit to Stockholm where I was also attending the 12th Art of Record Production conference to present my research on affordances of iOS apps. In our chat, Jakob and I cover quite a lot of […]

Just before Xmas, I published an article in what appears to be the first ever special issue of a popular music journal presenting new musical creations as research, using sound to explore new research ideas. In the article, I document and analyse my collaborative process of using Ohm Studio while producing the track titled ‘The Giver’. Aptly, it was […]

The 12th Art of Record Production Conference took place just over two weeks ago in Stockholm. At the event, I had the opportunity to deliver a presentation summarising my mobile music production and research titled ‘The Tactile Evolution – Mobile Electronic Music Production and Digital Affordances of Apps’. The conference was hosted by the The Royal College of Music which […]

My recent publication, co-authored with Ed Montano, in Kinephanos, Journal of Media Studies and Popular Culture on “Cloud Connectivity and Contemporary Electronic Dance Music Production” is available at: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Martin_Koszolko This is one of the outcomes of my practice-based PhD research project on Remote Music Collaboration Software (RMCS). If you’re interested in how musicians can collaborate remotely and crowdsource musical […]

The Giver by KOshowKO is a Xmas tune like no other. A fruit of remote music collaboration, made in Ohm Studio with musicians from 4 countries on 3 continents who never had a chance to meet face-to-face in the same studio. This is a charity single with proceeds donated to the Australian Children’s Music Foundation. […]

If you’re into synths and happen to be in Melbourne, catch me speaking about ‘Digital Affordances of iOS-based Synthesisers’ at the 2nd Annual Synthposium on Monday the 14th of November. Click on the poster below for further info.

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