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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.

Remote Music Collaboration is a big topic. What’s the best platform? How do you connect with people locally and internationally in a meaningful way? To find out more, catch my talk at the Ableton User Group Melbourne on March 16. See this Facebook event for more info. I am currently adding final touches to my practice-based PhD project, which is […]

KOshowKO – In The Night (Jam With Me) – Live

iOS Music apps are a lot of fun. Finally there’s immediacy while working with software, something what’s much harder to find in standalone music applications. I recently played with an app called Yellofier, co-designed by Boris Blank from the iconic Swiss electronic duo Yello. And below you can find a demo track created purely with […]

By Liam Abramson As musicians, we deal with conflict every day. Whether it is negotiating over contracts, booking musicians or simply sitting in a quartet rehearsal. How one manages this conflict is key to the building of relationships and development of further work opportunities. Some people regard conflict as negative. Others regard it as simple […]

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