Angebote zu "Lewitt" (3 Treffer)

Kategorien

Shops

Lewitt LCT 240 Pro WH Mikrofon
151,00 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

"Den Fokus auf das Wesentliche legen" ist die Devise bei der Entwicklung des LCT 240 PRO gewesen. Das vielseitige Kondensatormikrofon mit Nierencharakteristik und ¾" Kapsel ist das Richtige für alle, die, die den nächsten Schritt in Richtung professionelle Aufnahmen gehen möchten, ohne dabei Ihren Geldbeutel zu sehr zu beanspruchen. Das LCT 240 PRO ermöglicht qualitativ hochwertige Aufnahmen in allen Anwendungsbereichen mit typischen detailreichen und transparenten Lewitt Sound. Für alle Anwendungsbereiche: Das LCT 240 liefert exzellente Resultate bei Gesangsaufnahmen, Akustikinstrumenten, Gitarrenverstärker, Drums um nur einige zu nennen. · Vocal/Instrument · Typ: Großmembranmikrofon · Instrumentengruppe: E-Gitarren/Bass Amp · Wandlerprinzip: Kondensator · Membran: Großmembran · Richtcharakteristik: Niere · Übertragungsbereich: 20 Hz - 20 kHz · Grenzschalldruckpegel: 142 dB · Impedanz: 1000 Ohm · Empfindlichkeit: 16 mV/Pa · Phantomspannung: 48 V · Anschlussstecker: 3pol XLR · Farbe: Weiß · Lieferumfang: Spinne, Etui, Mikrofon

Anbieter: Musik Produktiv
Stand: 28.10.2020
Zum Angebot
Other Mechanisms
35,00 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

OTHER MECHANISMS points to a present moment when machines don't look much like machines. Many aren't even called machines. Heavy and greasy machinery is absent from the smooth surfaces of digital interfaces and the weightlessness of cloud computing. Tool, appliance, device, apparatus, instrument, computer, hardware, software, program, server, processor, microchip, setting, algorithm, infrastructure, system, logistic, protocol, parameter - the terms for today's machines accumulate, evolve, and overlap.Machines are part of the air we breathe, overseeing our lives and our bodies, from the way we communicate and consume to the way we trade and travel. Some are made of metal, but many others are made of rules or algorithms, which are infinitely more fluid and flexible. Some are objects or devices, but others are systems and infrastructures - a machine can be a thing as well as a method for organizing things. Objects yield to infrastructure. Work turns to management. Machines become mechanisms.The works in this exhibition reflect on what it could mean to contest the regime of the machine. They compromise its tools, misuse its technologies, reroute its engineering, complicate its measurements. These other mechanisms add detours or dead ends to circulation routes, or insert delinquent trajectories that create distortions over time. They are made of knots, blanks, and incompatible settings. They demand more from their "users," forgoing protocols of convenience and immediate intelligibility. They reinsert the awkwardness of the human body, with all of its irregularities and inefficiencies.Art can't stop the machine - nothing can. The question is not whether or not to embrace the machine - it's too late for that - but how to complicate it by testing existing systems with impossible tools and elaborate protocols that misalign outputs from their inputs.Concept: Anthony HubermanTexts: Jennifer Alexander, Franco Berardi, Benjamin H. Bratton, Gilles Châtelet, Gilles Deleuze, Keller Easterling, Vilém Flusser, Sigfried Gideon, Martin Heidegger, Anthony Huberman, K.G. Hultén, Maurizio Lazzarato, Pamela Lee, Les Levine, Jean-François Lyotard, Robert King Merton, Meredith Meredith, Lewis Mumford, Gerald Raunig, Nishant Shah, Robert Snowden, Joseph VoglImages: Zarouhie Abdalian, Lutz Bacher, Nairy Baghramian, Eva Barto, Patricia L. Boyd, Nina Canell & Robin Watkins, Jay DeFeo, Trisha Donnelly, Harun Farocki, Howard Fried, Jacob Kassay, Garry Neill Kennedy, Frederick Kiesler, Pope.L, Louise Lawler, Sam Lewitt, Park McArthur, Jean-Luc Moulène, Cameron Rowland, Sturtevant, Danh Vo

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 28.10.2020
Zum Angebot

Ähnliche Suchbegriffe