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The Sounds Within
Submitted by Akhil Kodamanchili (@koda) on Wednesday, 28 January 2015
Technical level: Advanced
To develop an online discussion platform for the seemingly esoteric aspects of music/art, thereby enabling a better perspective to collaborate with truely like minded people at a philosophical level.
The session would initially walk the participants through the vision and scope of “The Sounds Within” from a wider vantage point before demonstrating some of the techniques that have been developed so far. The project is designed to fit into a creative commons model in terms of legality to ideally blur the lines of ownership whilst maintaining due credit for all the contributors/participants and also changing the way people learn and share their growth with others.
Curiosity would be the only pre-requisite, but an inclination towards music/art and education of any kind will greatly improve the sense of context one might feel during the session. Paper & writing impliments might also come in handy.
Akhil Kodamanchili is a consequence of an exitential crisis at an early age. Amidst the apparent chaos of life, he happened upon music and art as a exciting mode of validation, exploration and toleration of being. Over the past 9 years he has recieved informal and formal training in music around the world and currently shares his findings and research as a music teacher and creator. Although his first love is the guitar in all its rock and distorted glory, over the course of time he found himself unable to stay faithful to any singlular style - this lead to up to exploring the inner workings of the mind along side mashing every influence that came his way into his mode of constantly evolving expression. His personal work is perpetuated under the title of “Framing The Question”.