Das Elektronische Orchester Charlottenburg

EOC at the TU Studio

The Electronic Orchestra Charlottenburg (EOC) explores the improvisation and interpretation of Electroacoustic Music. This includes the interaction of diverse electronic instruments and their spatialization in real time. The EOC was founded at the Electronic Music Studio at Technical University of Berlin within a seminar of the Audio Communication Group. It offers a platform for developing and applying new instruments and concepts in the realm of electroacoustic music.

** EOC Image Film by Torsten Porstmann **

A short movie, introducing the EOC:

The EOC consists of a group of electronic and/or electro-acoustic musicians and programmers. Its sound is dispersed over multi-channel systems with the help of spatial rendering techniques such as ambisonics.

Current members

  • Anyere Bendrien (Modular Synthesizer)

  • Robin Burke (Modular Synthesizer, Video Synthesizer)

  • Henrik von Coler (Mixing, Spatialization)

  • Miriam Hüpper (Flute, Electronics)

  • Alexander Maaß (Synthesizer, Keys)

  • David Runge (Modular Synthesizer)

  • Klaus Scheuermann (Modular Synthesizer)

  • Andreas Schuller (Modular Synthesizer)

  • Fares Schulz (Modular Synthesizer)

  • Max Weiduaer (Bass, Electronics)

Past and inactive members

  • Canberk Turan (Digital Effects)

  • Fabian Werfel (Effects/ Feedback System)

  • Juan Song (Guqin)

  • Lucas Weidinger (Modular Synthesizer)

  • Nicole Lujan (Processed Recordings)

  • Viktor Schlüter (Analog Synthesizer)

  • Rodrigo Sena (Modular Synthesizer)

  • Miriam Siebenstädt (Modular Synthesizer)

  • Jonas Margraf (Modular Synthesizer)

  • Pascal Staudt (Push Pull)

  • Andrea Lange (Modular Synthesizer, Electronics, Tape)