For years she has listened to some music, has learned some notions about the history of classical music. Lover of musical DIY. With some basic notions of mathematics, electroacoustics, electronics and some instrument amplification.
Her recent interest in occultism, esotericism and quantum physics, among others, are associated with sound art. Thus she introduces everything she has experienced into the mixer and throws himself into the uncertain in a radio program with high vitalistic aspirations.
It is an experimental proposal as a radio program format that will allow research based on trial and error, to discover myths that are often created with respect to the origins of aesthetics, instruments, sound trends and musical structures. In order to build an endless flow of information to clarify, deepen and experience music. Teoría Incertidumbre proposes to enter a state of vibration, oscillation and energy for those who have the restlessness to enter the game.
Produced by Andrea Bravo.
Uncertainty Theory #32 / + info About the Variophone
Uncertainty Theory #31 / + info About Daphne Oram, Annika Henderson (Anika and Exploited View) and Balago
Uncertainty Theory #30 / + info About the Umbráfono by Enrique del Castillo
Uncertainty Theory #29 / + info Imaging of the human body with respect to music with Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technology.
Uncertainty Theory #28 / + info About Gamelan (music ensemble format) and Gamelan records by Robert E. Brown plus music by Deep Space and Brian Eno.
Uncertainty Theory #27 / + info About the Waterphone by Richard Waters and his GAEB band plus dark music by Salva Alambre and David Lynch.
Uncertainty Theory #26 / + info Sounding bowls or more commonly known as Tibetan bowls
Uncertainty Theory #25 / + info On some of the precepts proposed by Ted Gioia on music in the history of mankind.
Uncertainty Theory #24 / + info The practice of Deep Listening by Pauline Oliveros
Uncertainty Theory #23 / + info On listening in human pre-existence and sound or holophonic immersion. Part II.
Uncertainty Theory #22 / + info On listening in human pre-existence and sound or holophonic immersion. Part I.
Uncertainty Theory #21 / + info The sound sculptures of Harry Bertoia
Uncertainty Theory #20 / + info Fuyuki Yamakawa's heart used as a musical instrument.
Uncertainty Theory #19 / + info Juan García Castillejo and his electrocomposer
Uncertainty Theory #18 / + info David Bowie's Blackstar related to occultism
Uncertainty Theory #17 / + info About Afrofuturism focused on Detroit techno particularly on the Drexciya band and the Roland TR-808 drum machine.
Uncertainty Theory #16 / + info Fluxus and its influence
Uncertainty Theory #15 / + info About the musical instrument Yaybahar and about music and its influence on plants.
Uncertainty Theory #14 / + info Anarchestra by Alex Ferris II, the abstract creation and Helena Blavatsky, the music of Einstürzende Neubauten
Uncertainty Theory #13 / + info Anarchestra by Alex Ferris, Joana Moher and Sly & The Family Drone
Uncertainty Theory #12 / + info The Lithophone and The Kybalion Principle of Vibration
Uncertainty Theory #11 / + info Resonance
Uncertainty Theory #10 / + info The number 10 in the Tarot, Lehman Hisey's Guide to the Occult, Alan Moore, KLF and the tapeloop.
Uncertainty Theory #9 / + info Tesla and the number 9, the trombone and Dead Can Dance
Uncertainty Theory #8 / + info Crystal Harmonica
Uncertainty Theory #7 / + info Harry Partch, Diamond Marimba and The Residents
Uncertainty Theory #6 / + info Harry Partch and the Chromelodeon
Uncertainty Theory #5 / + info Harry Partch and his instruments
Uncertainty Theory #4 / + info Pierre Schaeffer, Steve Reich, Charles Dodge, Yoji Yuasa, Olivier Messiaen and Ondes Martenot
Uncertainty Theory #3 / + info Henry Cowell and Rhythmicon
Uncertainty Theory #2 / + info Alexander Scriabin, ANS synthesizer and Coil
Uncertainty Theory #1 / + info ANS, Coil and Martí Guillem Synthesizer