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Alva Noto

Alva Noto

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Alva Noto ( )  (Carsten Nicolai), (, clicks`n`cuts, microwave), raster-noton.

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Noto () Aleph-1. (Frank Bretschneider) (Byetone) Signal.

Ryoji Ikeda Cyclo.

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  • Prototypes  2000 (Mille Plateaux)
  • Transform  2001 (Mille Plateaux)
  • Transrapid  2004 (Raster-Noton)
  • Transvision  2005 (Raster-Noton)
  • Transspray  2006 (Raster-Noton)
  • For  2006 (Line (a division of 12k))  , 4 .
  • Xerrox Vol.1  2007 (Raster-Noton)
  • aleph-1  2007 (iDeal Recordings)
  • Unitxt  2008 (Raster-Noton)
  • Xerrox Vol.2  2009 (Raster-Noton)
  • For 2  2010 (Line (a division of 12k))  , 7 .

  • Transrapid  2004 (Raster-Noton).
  • Transvision  2005 (Raster-Noton).
  • Transspray  2006 (Raster-Noton).

  • For  2006 (Line, a division of 12k). A collection of unreleased tracks created over the previous 4 years.
  • For 2  2010 (Line, a division of 12k). A collection of unreleased tracks created over the previous 7 years.

(Alva Noto + Ryuichi Sakamoto):

  • Vrioon  2002 (Raster-Noton)
  • Insen  2005 (Raster-Noton)
  • Revep  2006 (Raster-Noton)
  • utp_  2008 (Raster-Noton)
  • summvs-2011 (Raster-Noton)

with Ryoji Ikeda

  • Cyclo  2001 (Raster-Noton)
  • Cyclo.id  2011 (Raster-Noton)

(Scanner) (Robin Rimbaud)

  • Uniform: SF MoMA 2001. CD Contains 1 track, "Uniform, " performed and recorded by Carsten Nicolai and Robin Rimbaud (Scanner) for the exhibition of 010101: Art In Technological Times at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) on March 3, 2001.

, ANBB

  • Ret Marut Handshake  2010 (Raster-Noton)
  • Mimikry  2010 (Raster-Noton)

(Thomas Knak), Opto

  • Opto Files  2001 (Raster-Noton). Limited CD release. Number 6 in the raster.static series. CD Comes in a silver anti-static bag with green card insert.
  • Opto: 2nd  June 2004 (Hobby Industries). The CD Contains ten tracks, all titled with times of the day. The collaboration was created in a 48-hour period and was inspired by the restored recording from a cassette found in a forest in Eastern Germany.

Zeitkratzer

  • Zeitkratzer & Carsten Nicolai: Electronics  2008 (Zeitkratzer Records)

Compilation appearances (exclusive/non-albums tracks)

  • Monophaser 4 from V.a.  :2 (2008)
  • Garment from Sound Canvas | 1 (2008)
  • Planet Rock from Recovery (2008)
  • Stalker from In Memoriam Andrey Tarkovsky (2008)
  • Haloid Xerrox Copy 3 (Paris) from Mind The Gap Volume 70 (2007)
  • 06.1 Quanta Random from Tribute to Iannis Xenakis (2007)
  • Sonolumi (For Camera Lucida) from Camera Lucida (2007)
  • Odradek (Music to Play in the Dark) from It Just Is In Memoriam Jhonn Balance (2005)
  • Re10 from Landscape 2 (2005)
  • Post-Remo from Richard Chartier + Various  RePostPostfabricated (2005)
  • Party Plasibenpuis (for Rune Lindblad) from The Hidden City: Sound Portraits from Goteborg (2004)
  • TimeDot (3) from An Anthology of Noise & Electronic Music / Third A-Chronology 19522004 (2004)
  • m6re from SoundxVision 2004 (2004)
  • Obi 2 Min. from Frecuencies [Hz] (2003)
  • 60 sec from Soundcultures (2003)
  • Strategies Against War 1.0--Covering All Information with White Noise from 60 Sound Artists Protest the War (2003) as Carsten Nicolai
  • MM, Time Dot from Raster-Noton. Archiv 1 (2003) as Noto
  • Obi_2.3 from Electrograph 02  Athens Sound Media Festival 02 (2002)
  • Menschmaschine from Klangmaschine_Soundmachine (2002)
  • Crystal R from Various  Live Sets At Ego 19982000 (2002) as Noto
  • M 06 Short from Electric Ladyland Clickhop Version 1.0 (2001)
  • Neue Stadt (Skizze 8) from Clicks & Cuts, Vol. 2 (2001)
  • Modul 4, Impulse from Raster-Noton.(O)acis Box (2001) as Noto
  • Neue Stadt Skizze 1 from Between Two Points (2001) as Noto
  • Sound Mobile from Ringtones (2001)
  • Prototyp P from Raster-Noton. Oacis (2000)
  • Prototype n. from Clicks & Cuts (2000)
  • Crystal s 10 60 sec. from Computer Music Journal Sound Anthology, vol. 24 (2000) as Noto
  • Crystal.s2 from Microscopic Sound (1999) as Noto
  • [Radio Teeth Edit] from Various  Because Tomorrow Comes #2 (1999) as Carsten Nicolai
  • Polyfoto 1a-1 from Modulation & Transformation 4 (1999) as Noto
  • Zeit T3 from Effe 1999 (1999)
  • POL .Motor, .Test, .Versuch, .Anordnung, .Variation, .Modell from Just About Now (1998) as Carsten Nicolai
  • Chemnitz from Decay (1997) as Noto

  • Ryuichi Sakamoto  Insensatez (Re-model by Alva Noto)
  • Ryuichi Sakamoto  Undercooled (Alva Noto Remodel)
  • Bjrk  Innocence (Alva Noto Unitxt Remodel 12" Remix)
  • Bjrk dark matter (alva noto remodel)[1]
  • Byetone  Plastic Star (Alva Noto Remix)
  • Modwheelmood  Things Will Change (Remodeled by Alva Noto)
  • Spyweirdos  Wiesbaden (Already Happened Tomorrow) (Schwarzer Bock Mix)
  • Ludovico Einaudi  Divenire (Alva Noto Remodel)
  • Pomassl  Sol (Alva Noto Rmx)
  • Machinefabriek  Stofstuk (Alva Noto Remix)
  • Opiate  100301 (Re-Model by Alva Noto)
  • Greie Gut Fraktion  Wir Bauen Eine Neue Stadt (Alva Noto Remodel)
  • Kangding Ray  Pruitt Igoe (Rise) (Alva Noto Remodel)

Installations, etc.

  • Audio installation in the Piazza del Plebiscito, Naples, Italy, December, 2009
  • Opening performance for 010101: Art In Technological Times at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) on March 3, 2001
  • Lovebytes Digital Festival, Sheffield, England, 2003
  • Snar Music Festival, 2004 and 2009
  • Netmage, Bologna, Italy, 2006
  • BBmix Festival, 31 October 2008
  • Club Transmediale, Berlin, Germany, 2009, 2008 and 2000
  • Pace Gallery, New York, 2010

Opiate

  • Opto Files  2001 (Raster-Noton)