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SIGGRAPH 2017 – Official Music Theme and forgotten future Live Performance

July 17th 2017  || by  || Add Reply
forgotten future live at SIGGRAPH Los Angeles 2017

is the world’s largest, most influential annual conference and exhibition in computer graphics and interactive techniques, attended by tens of thousands of professionals in the areas of film, games, VR and other new visual media.

This July, Julius composed the official SIGGRAPH Theme Music, which will be heard throughout the conference and in various event communications. You can download an mp3 file of the music from here.


This year’s 5-day-long event will be held in Los Angeles, California.  Julius as forgotten future will be performing a 10-minute block at SIGGRAPH on Sunday, July 30th at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The show will include a brand new, live version of a forgotten future track from the W1 album, as well as a live “forgotten future-ized” mix of the new SIGGRAPH Theme.

In order to attend the performance (and witness the latest in computer graphics and new media), you must have a Sunday F or FP event ticket. The SIGGRAPH website gives you plenty of options to choose from.

Culture vs Creativity in Music Production – Silicon Valley Talk on April 27

April 15th 2017  || by  || Add Reply
Julius Dobos - forgotten future - 2017 talk about creativity, culture, art and technology

Julius [forgotten future] will give a talk at the invitation of the Laptop Music Production Workshop group in Silicon Valley, on Thursday, April 27th.

Topics will include culture’s effect on creativity in music production, technology’s effect on music and sound, and the relationship between the ways art is consumed and created.

Check out this page for more information. The talk is free to attend, but registration is recommended.



forgotten future: W1 Interactive Online Experience – Ready for Your Exploration

February 17th 2017  || by  || Add Reply

Don't just listen to music. – Explore it.
The music of forgotten future is about layers, details and emotions. The aim of the interactive online music experience is to give you the opportunity to discover dozens upon dozens of layers, each full of intricate details, for every scene of the W1 journey. Not only you will encounter philosophical and aesthetic links between the visuals, sonics and emotional ingredients, you’ll also be able to create your own mix of them by using six faders that adjust the sonic, musical, visual and emotional subtleties of the music, the artwork and the multiversal concepts.

Get lost in discovering new details for your philosophical endeavors. Or, keep it minimal and create an ambient soundtrack as the sonic backdrop for your evening in the exhibition view —
the experience is yours to shape.