Fabi­an is pas­sio­na­te about the inter­sec­tions of art and tech­no­lo­gy, as well as music and electronics. 

As a media edu­ca­tor, he stri­ves to make the elec­tro­nic devices we use every day trans­pa­rent. In work­shops, par­ti­ci­pan­ts build sound­ing cir­cuits and MIDI con­trol­lers, mani­pu­la­te tape loops and elec­tric gui­tars, pro­gram effects units, and loop machi­nes. Through aes­the­tic expe­ri­en­ces with elec­tro­nics, light is shed on the mys­te­ries of black boxes, and the crea­ti­ve power inher­ent in each of us is awakened.


#Jam #PureDa­ta #Ardui­no #Elec­tro­nics #Oscil­lo­scope #Sound­Phy­sics #NIME


Fabi­an Werfel's pas­si­on for music was igni­ted through jams with fri­ends, enga­ging in col­la­bo­ra­ti­ve impro­vi­sa­ti­on. Gra­du­al­ly, he auto­no­mously deve­lo­ped his musi­cal­i­ty, expe­ri­men­ting with any instru­ments within reach and even­tual­ly explo­ring any­thing that pro­du­ces sound.

In his bachelor's the­sis, Fabi­an built a pair of head­pho­nes that could mani­pu­la­te one's own audi­to­ry per­cep­ti­on, using this sys­tem for an empa­the­tic simu­la­ti­on of hea­ring impairm­ents. He fur­ther deve­lo­ped this sys­tem into a sound game cal­led Loco­Loop for up to eight par­ti­ci­pan­ts. With this game, play­ers can record sounds into an end­less loop, mani­pu­la­te them, and col­la­bo­ra­tively play music while explo­ring the world of hearing.


loco­loop sam­pler: https://locoloop.net/

Live-Impro Kon­zert: Wizard Girl
Direk­te Klang-Visua­li­sie­rung mit Oszil­lo­skop: theora­di­cals – Faust Hoch
Live-Elek­tro­nik Kon­zert: encoun­ters – DAZZLE