Aos. Hello Jimmy LaValle aka ‘The Album Leaf’ and a very warm Welcome to ‘Architect of Sound’. Firstly i would you to tell us a brief introduction about yourself? Jimmy LaValle: I’m a musician, producer, composer mostly known for my solo music released as ‘the Album […]
Belgium is a country located in the centre of Europe and is famous for many tourism delights such as waffles covered in strawberries and cream, Belgian beer (Leffe, Zinne Bir, Trappist beer Chimay, Duval), Belgian chocolate, mussels and fries (The National Dish), Frites in a cone […]
Explore a vast array of Instruments from music cultures from around the world in the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) in Brussels, Belgium.
The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) is located in central Brussels, Belgium. It is known for it’s wide selection of musical instruments from all over the World. The MIM collection began in 1877. Formerly it was housed in a very small building, where it was only possible […]
Luigi Russolo was a prominent painter in the Italian Futurist movement yet he is best known for ‘The Art of Noises‘ which is considered one of the most important and influential texts of musical aesthetics in the 20th Century. The text was written as a […]
Today marks the two year anniversary since I started this online project. I have to be honest and say I had always questioned myself If i had enough depth, material, ideas, imagination and variation to carry and sustain a blog project that I titled ‘Architect […]
Aos. Hello to ‘Bending Wrongs‘ and Welcome to ‘Architect of Sound‘. Firstly I would like you to give us a brief introduction about yourself? Bending Wrongs: My name is Colin and I am a Civil Servant, at evenings and weekends I make tunes and noises on […]
Aos. Hello Jimmy Gnecco, Welcome to ‘Architect of Sound’, It’s fantastic to have you here today. Can you please introduce yourself to everyone and what is it you do? Jimmy Gnecco: Hi. My name is Jimmy Gnecco and I am a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. I have been […]
The above image depicts the elements and Instrumentation of the Electronic Music Composition shown below. If you want to have a listen to ‘Ob2 ((When the Lights go Out))’ Click on the play button below: There are many elements you may take into consideration when creating […]
Alexander Graham Bell was an influential Scientist, Engineer and Inventor. He was born on the 3rd March, 1847 in Edinburgh, Scotland. He was educated in Edinburgh and London and was known to have been an excellent piano player at a young age. His father Alexander Melville Bell […]
Tucked away under the hat of Scrabo Tower in Newtownards, County Down stands an Irish Jewel in the art of Hand-Crafted Guitars, Introducing Avalon Guitars. A Brief History The Company, Avalon Guitars Limited, was originally formed in 1989 as The Lowden Guitar Company Limited and […]
AOS Presents: Dr. Godfried-Willem Raes – Professor, Composer, music maker and President of the Logos Foundation and general director of the Logos M&M ensemble.
Aos. Hello Dr. Godfried-Willem Raes and Welcome to ‘Architect of Sound‘. Firstly I would like you to give us a brief introduction about yourself and what you do? Dr. Godfried-Willem Raes: I tend to call myself a musicmaker, rather than a musician or a composer. […]
The Moog Prodigy is a Synthesizer produced by Moog Music between the years 1979 to 1984. This Synthesizer is an entry-level monosynth from Moog Music. The Prodigy was not designed by Robert Moog himself and because of this some would argue it is not a […]