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by Sonic Combine

Abstract music performed on metal sculptures, electronic instruments, world flutes, and Theremin by Kat Epple, Laurence Getford, and Lawrence Voytek.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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The alternative audio performance ensemble, Sonic Combine's abstract sound is not always musical, sometimes discordant, regularly beautiful, often powerful, and truly interesting. It is performed on metal sculptures, electronic instruments, world flutes, and Theremin. The band consists of long-time friends, Lawrence Voytek, Kat Epple, and Laurence Getford. 

Laurence Getford, has been creating electro acoustic music since 1970.  Writing and performing music for tape, live dance, film and digital video.  Other collaborative sound projects and extra musical art performances include work with Robert Rauschenberg,  E.A.T. , 2902 Dance Combo, Tourbillon Dance Project and Merce Cunningham Dance Company.  Laurence formally studied Video at Rhode Island School of Design and Sound at the Mc Coll Electronic Music Studio at Brown University 1974 -76 and received a Florida Council of the arts fellowship 1978.  Currently is a member of the alternative audio performance ensemble” Sonic Combine”

Kat Epple is an Emmy Award-winning and Grammy-nominated composer, synthesist, digital orchestrator, and world flutist. She has released 24 music albums, performs live in concert, at venues such as: the Guggenheim Museums, United Nations, National Gallery, and played for art openings around the world, for her friend, artist Robert Rauschenberg. Her original compositions include a wide variety of musical styles. Film music scores include "National Geographic", "Nova", for Carl Sagan, PBS, NASA, Apple Computers, "Guiding Light", and NY Metropolitan Museum of Art.  She was appointed as the Worldwide Peace Marker Project's Artist/Ambassador for the United States, and travels throughout the world collecting flutes from other cultures and features those flutes in her live performances. www.KatEpple.com

Lawrence Voytek 2010-
I have learned to think with my eyes and hands, and now my ears are telling me what to do. I graduated from R.I.S.D in 82. I started working for Bob Rauschenberg that same year. Learning from Bob and his crazy collaboraters have brought me here.
Below is my unsound statement about my sound.
"I am not your normal noisemaker, I make my sonic children, they are entities that have been prepared for their voices, I listen for those seldom heard, the weak, the strange the lost, the cries that last fast. Sound events that have never been remembered or heard. Even the voiceless- Play! "True alchemists know in the mix of the elements one must include magnetism to attract the essence of what matters". Living on this wet dirt ball spinning in space and knowing such great ghosts as Bob, John and Merce, I find my permission to Play... "

Gary Neiheisel's  years of friendship of all members, and experience of recording, live sound engineering, lighting design, work as a producer, designer and builder of recording studios, acoustician,  and other artistic influences, are a pivotal element in the band.   As charter member of I.A.T.S.E local 647,  Gary has worked on over 400 shows (Musicals, Plays, Operas, Dance, Live music events, art galleries....)  Including -Phantom of the Opera,  Les Mis, Lion King, Elton John, Pink Floyd, New York City Opera, Pilabolus, among many others.   Gary's company,ORBITACOUSTIC, designed and built over 50 studios in New York City for Jay -Z, RZA-Wu Tang Clan, Denice Rich, Julliard, Electric Lady, and others. Gary's new company ACOUART,  focuses on acoustic art, acoustic treatments for studios and wall street boardrooms, and other applications as well full recording studio design and construction.

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