At ten years old, Kenaxis has circled the globe! From Croatia to Australia, throughout North America, and all over Europe, Kenaxis products have become an integral part of exciting new projects everywhere.

Here’s just a sampling. Have you got a project to share? Let us know.

Brian Lamb

I use Kenaxis to represent the permeable nature of digital media in live performance and in pre-recorded mashups. I struggled with other tools, but Kenaxis got me mashing instantly. It’s nimble, intuitive, and full of anarchic surprises. Playing with it has changed how I think about and listen to music.

- Brian Lamb, Educational Program Discoordinator, Vancouver, BC

Brian Lamb mashing it up. Photo by D'Arcy Norman

Brian Lamb mashing it up. Photo by D'Arcy Norman

For more about Brian’s work see:

  • The experience of his work in Second Life
  • Confessions of a Mashup Unartist (mp3)

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  • And another mashup:

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Eric Powell

I use Kenaxis both in the studio and in live performance. I find it to be one of the most intuitive granulation programs I have used. The functionality and ease of use separates Kenaxis from other sound generation programs. The wonderful utility of Kenaxis as an all-in-one program comes the seamless integration of granulation, looping and other generative functions with the MIDI live performance interface and the VBAP diffusion generators.
- Eric Powell, Composer/Sound Designer, Vancouver BC /Regina SK

Doug Opel

Kenaxis has become an invaluable addition to the ever expanding  set of tools I use for composing and live performance. It’s ease of use and incredible versatility, allow me to use music technology as it should be used: to add to/not detract from the creative process. It’s great for both brainstorming, improvisation, you name it.

- Doug Opel, Composer, Long Island, New York

You’ll also find Doug at MySpace.

Kelly Churko

I use Kenaxis for live noise performance and as a studio tool.

-Kelly Churko Composer, Improviser, Guitarist, Computer musician, Tokyo, Japan

Bonesfield

I use Kenaxis as my secret weapon for live sets and studio recordings, it’s one of the most important tools I have ever used on my music, and I played and tested a lot of stuff, analog and digital systems.

Kenaxis has so many goals, Multitrack channels, pink / white noise generator, which is awesome!, pitch, delay, filter are simply brilliant!!!

Also, the chance of using VST plug-ins, I tested a lot of different plug-ins on Kenaxis and never had a single problem.

You know what ?? 1 month later after my first show I played a second show and of course I used the powerful Filter that comes with Kenaxis 2v28, the point is that I blown one of the stage monitors using that filters, that filter can create such arrange of powerful sound in such short time, enough to blown away part of the stage monitors, a friend of mine came who is sound engineer came after the show to tell me how fucked his ears was because of the frequencies created by the Kenaxis, seriously true.

Bonesfield, Noise Artist (Madrid, Spain)

Check out some tracks by Bonesfield or watch his Kenaxis-fueled performance The Troglodyte Lounge:

Vjeran Salamon

Kenaxis is a beautiful environment for avoiding compositional habits we all tend to fall to.

Thnx Stefan! with Kenaxis i did part of the soundtrack for a short experimental movie that won at Aubagne film festival… and i will be using it for sound designing the Nikola Tesla birth house Museum in Smiljan

Vjeran Salamon, Composer and sound designer, Zagreb, Croatia

Manolis Manousakis & Medea Electronique

I use kenaxis for live electronics and mixed media.

Manolis Manousakis – Sound Artist, Athens Greece

Watch the Medea Electronique video below to see some of the exciting multimedia work that is happening in Greece.


Medea (Short Film By Medea Electronique) from Medea Electronique on Vimeo.

Theodore Lotis

A great tool for live performance, live electronics and sound transformation.

Corfu, Greece

Theodore Lotis – Composer, Lecturer Ionian University

zorei

I use kenaxis for live improv with real time recorded loops, mixed with noise and frequencies.

zorei – Noise artist, Rochesson, France

Thorsten Wagner

I use Kenaxis for some weeks only. For me it is a great tool in creating improvised electroacoustic music.

Thorsten Wagner – Improvising musician (live-electronic and piano), Bochum, Germany

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