Troublemakers, in collaboration with Hub Studio.
Hexaphone is an immersive multimedia installation built for public spaces.
For the project, three musical artists, Thaïs, Jorane and Kids from the Underground each recorded a song.
The installation consists of five individual modules arranged in a circle.
The sounds of the different instruments are isolated then distributed across the five module. This way, listeners can hear every musician’s contribution separately by walking near each module or hear the entire music mix by standing in the center of the circle.
This project is part of the cultural programming of the Safe Active Routes, funded under the Agreement on Cultural Development of Montreal and the Montreal Reflex Agreement between the City of Montreal and the Government of Quebec.
The Hexaphone is modular for outdoor and indoor spaces. The musical content is fully customizable. For more information and bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo and video credit: Mathieu Barrette (https://bboxprod.com/)
Thaïs : Boréal (2020)
Singer-Songwriter (Keyboard) : Thaïs Millet
Drums : Jérémie Essiambre
Bass : Louis-Philippe Quesnel
Guitar : Antoine Perreault
Singer-Songwrtier (Cello) : Jorane
Drums : Stephan Schneider
Contrabass : Mathieu Desy
Guitars : Jesse Mac Cormac + Eloi Painchaud
Vocals : Fernando Freiherr von Grünau (aka Fernie)
Vocals : Olivier Moses Boulard (aka Mosez Jones)
Drums : Samant Mathur (aka Samaether)
Fender Rhodes : Cédric de Saint-Rome (aka Housefly)
Bass : Roy Boutros
Creative Director & Producer: Manu Alberola
Music Producer: Marc Bell
Project Manager: Hugo Loïs
Executive Producer: Jean-Sébastien Giard
Creative Director: Gonzalo Soldi
Designer: Thomas Payette
Technological Director: Hughes Caillères
Multimedia Director: Antonin Gougeon Moisan
General Director: Hughes Monfroy
Videographers: Jean-Philippe Charlebois & Anthony Sifoni
Editing: Anthony Sifoni