What if we were to think of the internet as a sonic medium?
A material that vibrates?
Something that can be heard, or played?
What are the timbres and rhythms of this medium? Who sets those vibrations into motion?
Hacking With Rhythm is a sonic research project into how sound and internet infrastructures intertwine to create music.
The project's aim is to collect interventions by inquisitive composers and sound artists who challenge the concepts of what is an instrument and what is a stage.
Hacking With Rhythm is initiated by Slagwerk Den Haag in collaboration with Jonathan Reus and Buurmen.
Explore the experiments:
  1. Sinewave Windows

  2. Jangle Jangle

  3. Rhythm Writer

  4. Scrolling Compositions

  5. High and Low

  6. Warbler

  7. Submit your own