Arnold „Noid“ Haberl (born 1970 in Steyr) is a composer, performer and improviser.
He collaborated with artists of different fields: choreographers, like João Fiadeiro, Colette Sadler, Akemi Takeya, Philipp Gehmacher, etc., also with visual artists as for instance Alexander Schellow, Heike Kaltenbrunner, Erik Hable or andré goncalves.
As an improvisor he performs among others with: Klaus Filip, Taku Unami, o.blaat, Axel Doerner, Christian Weber, erikM, dieb13, Kazuhisa Uchihashi, Burkhard Stangl, Yan Jun, Taku Han-Noda, Carl Stone, Mattin, etc.
He is programmer for the ppooll project: an open source / copyleft / freeware, designed for live–improvisation, composition, interactive installations, etc.
Together with Klaus Fillip (the main programmer) he was invited to present this software at the cycling74 user conference in san francisco april 2009.
He is part of the organizing team for the annual reheat interdisciplinary festival, and he was curating soundart exhibitions in the frame of the Konfrontationen festival in Nickelsdorf, Austria festival in 2009 and 2010.