Jerobeam Fenderson grew up in Traunstein, Germany. After an education for electronics engineering and then audio engineering he has now turned all his focus to audio installations, music projects, and performances.
Hansi Raber grew up in Austria, where he still lives. He really likes mathematics, computer programming and music. His work ranges from serious software projects to playful little experiments. Since 2014 he spends a large part of his time in a collaboration with Jerobeam Fenderson. Together they explore the curious world of oscilloscope music.
Oscilloscope Music is audiovisual music, where the visuals are drawn by the sound.
In order to get the closest possible correlation between image and sound, the exact same signal that is connected to the left and right speakers is also connected to an analog oscilloscope’s X and Y inputs, producing complex images and sounds.
In this concert they will show some older works, and some parts of the forever almost done album.