Re: [microsound] LAST MINUTE Herve BOGHOSSIAN (List-Raster-Noton) @ La BATIE festival Tomorrow !

From Riccardo Mantelli
Sent Wed, Aug 25th 2004, 16:06

rrrrrrrrrrreally good !
we see Tomorrow @18clck !



... . .. . . ... .. . .... .. Riccardo Mantelli
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hervé boghossian wrote:

>hi all, 
>
> i will make an outdoor performance in front of "Galerie ATTITUDE" (next to
>a "vernissage" on Raster-Noton exhibition)
>
>it's tomorrow  26.08.04 6 PM .
>
>it's all i know, more details on La Batie website http://www.batie.ch
>
>more infos on List and others personal performances soon .
>
>thanks for your attention
>
>all the best 
>
>herve 
>
>
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Hola,

Si puedes pasarte por Madrid el mes de Octubre te recomiendo el 
siguiente festival: EXPERIMENTACLUB

Te dejo dos enlaces con mas info:

http://www.offtechno.com/?sec=noticias&mdo=ver&off=334
http://www.experimentaclub.com/


Saludos


Juan Alberto Diez
Offtechno.com
Offaudio.com


cjitter wrote:

>hola,
>octubre es buena fecha en
>lo que se refiere a festivales
>de musica electronica/experimental
>en españa: 
>
>-lem (barcelona) 9 sept - 16 octubre
>http://www.gracia-territori.com/
>-observatori (valencia) 7-10 octubre
>http://www.observatori.com/
>
>no vivo en barcelona, pero te puedo
>recomendar estos sitios en cuanto
>a musica y libros:
>hub-bcn   - http://www.hub-bcn.com/
>lacentral - https://www.lacentral.com
>
>saludos
>jc
>
>
>
>
>el 14/8/04 12:51, Juanjose en xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx.xx escribió:
>
>  
>
>>Hello microsounders:
>>
>>
>>I’ll be travel to Barcelona from august 19 to december.
>>who anyone knows something about  contacts, places to play, bookstores,
>>musicstores arround Spain.
>>
>>Greetings.
>>
>>JUANJOSERIVASZUÑIGA
>>[RetraktorMantle]
>><mailto:xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx.xx> <
>>
>>
>>::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
>>
>>
>>Voy a viajar a Barcelona del 19 de agosto a diciembre.
>>Alguien sabe algo acerca de contactos o lugares para presentaciones en
>>vivo,
>>Librerías, tiendas de discos y lugares interesantes.
>>
>>Saludos.
>>
>>
>>JUANJOSERIVASZUÑIGA
>>[RetraktorMantle]
>><mailto:xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx.xx> <
>>
>>
>>
>>    
>>
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ola,

Si puedes pasarte por Madrid el mes de Octubre te recomiendo el 
siguiente festival: EXPERIMENTACLUB

Te dejo dos enlaces con mas info:

http://www.offtechno.com/?sec=noticias&mdo=ver&off=334
http://www.experimentaclub.com/


Saludos


Juan Alberto Diez
Offtechno.com
Offaudio.com



Juanjose wrote:

>Hello microsounders:
> 
> 
>I’ll be travel to Barcelona from august 19 to december.
>who anyone knows something about  contacts, places to play, bookstores,
>musicstores arround Spain.
> 
>Greetings.
> 
>JUANJOSERIVASZUÑIGA
>[RetraktorMantle]
> <mailto:xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx.xx> <
> 
> 
>::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
> 
> 
>Voy a viajar a Barcelona del 19 de agosto a diciembre.
>Alguien sabe algo acerca de contactos o lugares para presentaciones en
>vivo,
>Librerías, tiendas de discos y lugares interesantes.
> 
>Saludos.
> 
> 
>JUANJOSERIVASZUÑIGA
>[RetraktorMantle]
> <mailto:xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx.xx> <
> 
> 
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--// Call for Participation

Please participate in the creation of "Real Love Stories #2", an interactive 
sound and video installation.  "Real Love Stories #2" will be part of the 
SoundWalk event in Long Beach, California on August 21.

Just tell me a story about a person or thing you have loved -- first love, 
or a failed love, or the love of your life, or how you loved your parents or 
your dog or your Harley or your teddy bear... How you interpret "love" is up 
to you -- stories about everything from a love of cold lobster leftovers to 
how a married couple met the first time to having a crush in fifth grade to 
an extreme fondness for beer have been submitted.

It's easy to do: just visit my website and fill out a form:
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Thank you for your contribution...


--// About SoundWalk
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over 30 Southern California sound artists in a variety of indoor and outdoor 
spaces throughout the downtown Long Beach East Village Arts District. 
http://www.soundwalk.org/

Contributing artists to the SoundWalk event include Alan Nakagawa, Albert 
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-- D. Jean Hester
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Upcoming:  "Real Love Stories #2" an interactive sound and video 
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Hello everybody all the microsounder's...Como allez-vous???

WELCOME TO THE ELECTRONS LIBRES AND FUTURE (re)<MIX NEWSLETTER


-----------------------------------ELECTRONS-----------------
---------------LIBRES------------------------------------
--------------------POWERPLAY ---------01/08/04--------------------------
----------------------------------------------------------
1-A.Class:I don't like a prom (Nneon recordings, Stora)
    -ep "Ain't no future but our future"    http://www.stora.de
2-M83: Run Into Flowers [Jackson remix] (Goom disques)
    -ep "Run Into Flowers"    xxxx@xxxx.xx
3-Funkstorung: Souds like a breakrecord [feat TripleH] (K7!, Pias)
    -Lp "Appetite for distructions"
4-Murcof:Ulysses (The Leaf label, Chronowax)
    -Lp "Utopia"
5-Geeez'n'Gosh:012001 (Mille Plateaux, La Baleine)
    -V/A "Click's & Cuts 02"
6-Bill Wells, Stefan Schneider [of To Rococo Rot] & Annie Whitehead:Pick up
sticks (Leaf Label)
    -V/A "Delivery Room"
7-Si-Cut.Db & Full Swing:Cond.Verge (Bip-Hop, La Baleine)
    -Lp "Reciprocess 2"
8-Indopepsychics: D-P [Opiate remix] (Progressive Form 10)
    -Ep "Moxa"
9-Takafumi Ishikawa:Pilot (Ryoodo Tea, Import Japon)
    -V/A "Water Green"
10-Claro Intelecto:Peace of Mind (Ai records)
    -Lp "Neurofibro"

REAALY GOOD EXCLUSIF LIVE:
11-Alejandra & Aeron [Live @ Ultrahang festival in 2003]
    -A lovers feeling, very intimist!!!    http://www.luckykitchen.com

Let's go in holidays....
Je ne fait le Futur (re)mix le lundi 2 aout mais je suis de retour lundi
prochain!!!
Je ne fait pas "electrons libres"...non plus donc retour maybe le 15/08
(sauf Route du Rock)


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and
part II
[20'56" - 60'00"]
composed and produced feb - amy 2004

sound sources used:
bass clarinet without mouth piece, breathing, various kitchen devices, disturbed synth signal, feedback, cello, piano strings, splinters of glass on wet concrete, pneumatic brake of a freight wagon, self produced techno music through 1 broken speaker, the fragmented voice of victoria fernandez, the fragmented singing of blue lake choir


there has been countless research, poetics, allegory and politics around the phenomenon of brathing as one [or t-h-e] central function and symptom of being alive. [recently, another audio composition called 'as a breath has been featured on the ...as... radio series].


there are as many different potential forms of dealing with the 'material' of breath as there are people breathing. my personal concern is fragmentation - not merely as an artistic technique, but as a principle form of perception, communication, thinking , feeling and generally living in today's techno capitalist society. in my work, non-linear swithces between analogue and digital, sometimes beyond any calculation, are taking place. layers take over layers, transparency turns opaque. fragments infiltrate layers composed of other fragments. structures are being torn apart, rasterized digitally and then manually/illogically re-assembled.

disruption and disjointment in all that we receive as 'normalised' and 'funtionalised' is keeping us awake.

we can only breath if we are conscious of the gadgets and the dependencies...


requiem89[at]gmx.de
www.skam.org

........
14.08.04
Raymond Dijkstra: one hour as un oiseau enferme, sauf le tete, dans une boite contenant de l'hydrogene sulfure meurt assez rapidement

piece for two harmoniums

recorded Amsterdam, 12.01.04

........
21.08.04
Andrew Hayleck: one hour as... - - - ...

This piece was begun in August 2002 to be played through a four channel sound installation for the High Zero Festival in Baltimore. At that time it was called "Lazy Afternoon." The gong was played by bowing a 6 foot wire that was attached to it. Four microphones were place at various points on the gong. "Lazy Afternoon" was (is) 32 minutes long.


Since that time, "Lazy Afternoon" became an ironic title, and came to mean something different. I mixed the four channels down to two and added an additional 28 minutes. It has to do with memory.

andyhayleck[at]yahoo.com

........
28.08.04
Mike Shannon/Jeph Jerman/Luca Miti: 90 minutes as Spring-Summer 2002

recorded in Cottonwood, Arizona by Jeph Jerman, Rome, Italy by Luca Miti, and Seattle, Washington by Mike Shannon; mixed by Mike Shannon at Joy Street Studios, Florida April 2004


I AM PERPLEXED BEHIND THIS TAPE
if listening is the thing, why then all the fuss about anything else? when mind interferes can we not change it? if there is no discernable human intent behind a "work of art", is it then still worth the attention? this tape has taken a long time. about a year in fact, due to the careful considerations of it's makers. i initially thought we were going to make an improvised music tape through the mail. luca's idea was for the three of us to record the sounds of our environments, inside and out and then mix them together, which is what we ended up doing, luca in rome, mike in seattle and myself in cottonwood. mike did the mixing. after hearing the initial mixed tape, luca had some reservations, or so as he called them, "doubts and perplexities". the speed of his tape recorded was slightly different than either mike's or mine, the people who he'd recorded may not want their voices published, (which turned out not to be true), the subject matter of the conversation (shit) may not be "appropriate" for a "work of art", the tape was boring. mike fixed the speed problem by remixing the whole tape. conversations in italian may not be comprehensible to many, ...and boredom is a state of mind that can easily be overcome by changing it. truly listening supercedes all of these. luca admitted a quest for perfection. to my mind, these things are already perfect. we often do not perceive them as such. so where is the perfection, the boredom, the inappropriateness? ego very often conceals itself in seemingly correct thought. who would want to publish a work that did not bear the imprint of it's maker? behind the idea of "communication", there is often lurking the desire to be perceived in a certain special light. this impulse is difficult (though not impossible) to disengage, but i believe the results are much more interesting, if one can disengage it. each time i have listened to this tape i have heard something new. the mind not burdened by resistance is open to experience, and that is what this tape is. a sound experience that we offer you, and it's up to you to put it to use.

jeph jerman, cottonwood az, march 2003

Produced by:Mike Shannon/Joy Street Studios
joystreetstudios[at]hotmail.com

........

...as...  2cdr
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hey folks, if you live near any of these places, you
should come check out these shows. 
thanks.

> 
> *****************************
> 
> hello... we're taking the show on the road for
> the next few days. tell your friends. thanks.
> 
> *****************************
> 
> monday
> 08.02.04
> Red Herring
> 1209 West Oregon
> Urbana, IL 61801
> 
> music by:
> Lord of the Yum Yum
> Rotten Milk
> Brian Klien
> Koutaro Fukui
> 
> plus short films presented by
> Terry Plumming & Select Media
> 
> *****************************
> 
> tuesday
> 08.03.04
> Big V's Saloon
> 1567 University Ave.
> St. Paul, MN 55104
> 
> Growing
> The bran (...) pos
> Tarantism
> Wrong
> Lord of the Yum Yum
> Rotten Milk vs. the Machinist
> 
> *****************************
> 
> wednesday
> 08.04.04
> Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center
> 3301 Lemp Ave., St. Louis MO
> www.lemp-arts.org
> 
> Skeletons
> Anna Oxygen w/ Leg and Pants Danstheater
> An Emergency
> Rotten Milk/Brian Klein/Koutaro Fukui trio
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Hi all
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Special Summer Release

ctrl18:
OvO: LIVE AT CPA, Firenze 5 Giugno 2003


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archi[audio]textures:

if ftp would be easier than any of the other submission options email me 
(off list) and i will give you an address and password.

also n˙fold the pdf magazine is still accepting submissions for the 
first issue. the deadline for that is september 1. submissions can be 
articles, essays, interviews, photos, project summaries... NOT reviews.
for more info email me.

n˙fold (online gallery & pdf arts/design/architecture/sound... 'zine) 
is looking for field-recordings of architectural presence in audio. of 
course architecture often plays an important role in audio recordings, 
especially those made in urban areas; however for this project i am looking 
for pieces in which the architecture's effect on sound is what makes the 
sound interesting. or the architecture generates the sound in some way.
submissions should be mp3 files.
recordings can be unprocessed or slightly processed.
each individual or group can submit as many files as they wish, so long as 
the total playing time of these files is no more than 10 minutes.
all files received will be added to the exhibit. if enough files are 
received they will be online in groups for a shorter period of time.
if some of you wish to submit text or visual work along with your audio work 
you are more than welcome to do so and if i find that this work adds to the 
overall exhibit it will be included.
submissions can be emailed to me at: xxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx submitted by mail 
on a cdr to the address at www.petitesono.com
or you can upload files elsewhere and email me a link to them.(if possible 
this is the method i would prefer).
the submission due date is august 15.
i will leave architecture undefined for this project and hope that some of 
you find interesting ways of bending the guidelines and commonly accepted 
definitions.

petite sono] news:
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hello...info first i guess...

LIM + SHAWN SANDI
live at harlow's pub

thursday | august 19 2004 | 9:00 pm
21+ | $8

3 school street
peterborough, new hampshire

tickets + info | monadnockmusic.org
+                   | harlowspub.com


hmm...don.t know if anyone is interested, but if somebody.s from or gonna be
around new hampshire that night maybe they might want to come by.  i have a
couple songs online (links below), if you want to hear something
first...shawn sandi doesn.t have anything up yet, though.

we plan on splitting the night up between playing together and doing a
little bit of our own stuff.   but i don.t know...if there.s a chance
somebody on the list does stop by, i hope you stick around to say hi :)

ftp.scene.org/pub/music/groups/soulseek_records/releases/slsk001_va_-_soulse
ek_compilation_volume_1/05_lim_-_t_for_two.mp3

ftp.scene.org/pub/music/groups/soulseek_records/releases/slsk003_va_-_cenart
_compilation/12_lim_-_hushpointshelter.mp3

questions or something, e-mail me.

thanks for the time, and take care,
lim;.

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If you haven't checked SoundscapeFM out yet, now is the time to do it!
The radio brodcast and webstream will only be up until August 14! Of
course, the website and sound archive will be up for a lot longer, and
we hope to do more live broadcasts and projects with the site and archive:

http://www.soundscape-fm.net/

The turnout for the SoundscapeFM project was more than just a little
impressive. In about a week, over 170 field recordings from 46 different
artists were uploaded, mixed, broadcast and streamed! From our tiny
little half-watt transmitter, we were actually able to cover a good
section of the [admittedly small] city of Stralsund. Just about every
day during that week, I had requests for logins by people who had heard
about the project and wanted to contribute. The website is crammed full
of sounds from just about every corner of the world, and a simple browse
through these sounds will show a huge array of styles and approaches to
the art of phonography.

We will be travelling in the Baltics starting tomorrow, so I can't
guarentee that any new requests for users to upload sounds will get
taken care of, but you are welcome to try.

Most of all, I'd like to give a big shout-out to the artists who
contributed their amazing work to the broadcast. You all make it happen!

Best wishes,
Derek Holzer and Sara Kolster
http://www.soundscape-fm.net/
http://www.umatic.nl/


Thanks and Praise to the major supporters of SoundscapeFM:

* Carsten Stabenow and Garage Festival: http://www.garage-g.de [this
link breaks down walls!]
* Jan Meier for server-side and infrastructural support
* Marc Boon for Pretty Hot Programming assistance and endless patience
* Olaf Matthes for Pure Data streaming objects and radio tuning nimbleness
* Sasker Scheerder for use of his secret equipment
* Christian Engler for Icecast coolness


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Contenidos Onda Sonora (Radio Sesiones Experimentales) 04-08-2004

01. CARL KRUGER
Track: Silentcity
Album: Project Madrid
Label: Microsound

Dedicamos el programa de esta semana al completo a un proyecto promovido por 
el prestigioso artista sonoro de San francisco Kim Cascone a través de la 
página de Microsound, www.microsound.org. El proyecto surge como respuesta 
artística a los atentados del 11 de Marzo en Madrid, y en él participan 
hasta 25 artistas de la más variada procedencia. Entre ellos, el 
norteamericano de origen europeo Carl Kruger, que aporta este corte al 
proyecto Madrid: “silentcity”

This week’s programme is dedicated to a project promoted by the prestigious 
San Francisco sound artist Kim Cascone through the Microsound site. The 
project emerges as an artistic response to the 11-M bombings in Madrid, and 
25 artists from a variety of origins take part in it. Between them, this 
North American of European extraction, Carl Kruger, who contributes 
MadridProject with this track

02. CASTRO
Track: La voz de madrid
Album: Project Madrid
Label: Microsound

Jorge Castro es un músico portorriqueño, interesado en el ruido con su 
proyecto Cornucopia pero también en texturas ambientales y procesado de 
voces, en este caso la de una analista del Centro de Investigaciones para la 
Paz, recogida de una emisión de radio por internet, redconvoz, informativo 
que en Madrid puede escucharse en varias emisoras como Radio Vallekas y 
Radio Enlace

Puertorican musician Jorge Castro, interested in harsh noise with his 
project Cornucopia but also in ambient textures and voice processing, in 
this case the voice by an analyst from the Center of Investigations for 
Peace, received from a radio broadcast via internet in redconvoz

03. CJITTER
Track: Vidas
Album: Project Madrid
Label: Microsound

CJitter es Juan Carlos Blancas, mitad del dúo electrónico a caballo entre 
Málaga y Madrid Coeval, que en los últimos tiempos prepara su nuevo trabajo 
mientras colabora con artistas de la talla del propio Kim Cascone

“Vidas”, lives, is the work for the MadridProject by Juan Carlos Blancas, 
Cjitter, half of the electronic duo between Malaga and Madrid Coeval. In the 
last times, he has been working on his new album as well as collaborating 
with artists of considerable stature such as Kim Cascone  ias

04. EARTHART
Track: 40_25N_3_41W
Album: Project Madrid
Label: Microsound

Esta es la aportación del sueco Leif E. Boman, EarthArt, creador de la obra 
“Earthsimphony 1-186” que se presenta en Los Juegos Olímpicos de Atenas, 
donde el autor analiza a través de un espectroscopio trozos de tierra 
provenientes de todos los países del mundo para convertirlos después en 
frecuencias sonoras. Esta es su contribución al Proyecto, titulada con las 
coordenadas de latitud y longitud geográfica de Madrid, 40.25ºN y 3.41ºO. 
Además, escuchamos también la conversión en audio del campo electromagnético 
de la localización, junto a otros fenómenos de carácter más personal 
añadidos por el autor

Contribution of the Sweddish artist Leif E. Boman, EarthArt, creator of the 
work “Earthsimphony 1-186”, presented in the Olympic Games of Athens. He 
analyses earth samples from all the countries in the world with an 
spectroscopy to convert them into sound frequencies. In addition, we also 
listen to the audio conversion of the electromagnetic field of the location, 
together with other audio phenomena taken from more personal sources. This 
track is named with the geographic coordinates of Madrid

05.  NISI
Track: Nisi_api
Album: Project Madrid
Label: Microsound

Michael Nisi, artista multidisciplinar y diseñador alemán, ha creado este 
tema para el MadridProject utilizando como fuente de sonido grabaciones de 
campo e improvisación en entornos digitales como Pure Data o SuperCollider

Michael Nisi, multidisciplinar artist and designer from Germany, has created 
this track using field recordings as sound sources and improvising in 
digital environments such as Pure Data and SuperCollider

06. OMNID
Track: Cafe Con Leche
Album: Project Madrid
Label: Microsound

Norteamericano de ascendencia española llamado Albert Casais, habitual de 
los sellos que trabajan por internet, con obras en Antiopic, Stasisfield o 
Scarcelight Recordings

North American of Spanish extraction called Albert Casais, regular artist in 
the roster of some labels working on the internet, with works in Antiopic, 
Stasisfield, Scarcelight Recordings...

07. OWEN GREEN
Track: Rationalized Violence
Album: Project Madrid
Label: Microsound

El británico Owen Green, desde Cambridge, con una obra que gira alrededor de 
la justificación de actos violentos en tiempos de guerra

The British artist Owen Green, with a work that finds its focus on the 
justification of violence in times of war, the way the sides try to hide the 
suffering they cause

08. PAUL YATES
Track: Wmd
Album: Project Madrid
Label: Microsound

El también inglés Paul Yates, desde Kent, con un corte que parte de un 
discurso del primer ministro británico Tony Blair sobre las armas de 
destrucción masiva, editado con todo tipo de efectos digitales hasta que, en 
palabras del autor, “sus mentiras no se pueden escuchar más”

Another English composer called Paul Yates, from Kent, with a track 
departing from a speech of the British Prime Minister Tony Blair about 
massive destruction weapons, edited to the point that “his lies could be 
heard no more

09. PYO
Track: Attack Shock Dectruction
Album: Project Madrid
Label: Microsound

Desde Marsella, en el sur de Francia, escuchamos ahora la computer music de 
Pyó Pulisciano, que debutaba el año pasado con un trabajo publicado a través 
de su página en internet (pyo.free.fr) y que este año presenta su primer cd 
“knad tapes vol1: the wrong molecule”, además del corte que suena, para el 
MadridProject de Microsound

From Marseille, in the Southern France, Pyo Pulisciano, an artist whose 
debut was released last year on his own internet site (pyo.free.fr) and this 
year is presenting his first cd “knad tapes vol1: the wrong molecule”,apart 
from this cut for Microsound’s MadridProject

10. R ROWLAND
Track: Wmd
Album: Project Madrid
Label: Microsound

Volvemos al Reino Unido con Rob Rowlands, que trabaja emocional e 
intuitivamente sobre grabaciones de campo, muchas veces manipuladas como en 
su corte para el MadridProject, basado en una grabación realizada en el año 
pasado en España y que culmina la obra en cinco movimientos de la que forma 
parte

Back in the UK with Rob Rowlands, who works emotional and intuitively over 
field recordings, sometimes manipulated as in his piece for Microsound, 
based on a recording made in Spain last year, that culminates the work in 
five movements of which is the final part

11. SH YA
Track: But Morn
Album: Project Madrid
Label: Microsound

Otro de los mp3 que puedes descargar desde la página de Microsound, entre 
los dedicados al MadridProject, un proyecto artístico de reflexión social 
pero también un homenaje a las víctimas del 11-M, es este “but_morn” de SH 
YA

Another of the mp3 downloadable from Microsound, between those dedicated to 
the MadridProject, an artistic project of social reflection but also a 
tribute to the victims of the 11-M, is this “but_morn” by SH YA

12. SUMOTOIKI
Track: CheminementVersLhorreur
Album: Project Madrid
Label: Microsound

Los sonidos de Sumotoiki. No tenemos información sobre este misterioso 
artista pero nos ha parecido uno de los mejores cortes de los creados para 
el Proyecto Madrid: “cheminement versi horreur”

The sounds of Sumotoiki. We do not have information on this misterious 
artist but this looks like one of the best tracks created for the 
MadridProject: “cheminement versi horreur”

13. TALKSHOWHOST
Track: Madrinth
Album: Project Madrid
Label: Microsound

Desde la ciudad italiana de Padua, el grupo electrónico Talk Show Host, con 
un corte titulado “Madrinth” que han construido combinando microfonía de 
precisión, instrumentos clásicos y procesos digitales

From the town of Padova in Italy, the electronic group Talk Show Host, with 
a track called “Madrinth”, built up combining precission microphones, 
classic instruments and digital processes

14. THANOS CHRYSAKIS
Track: Tranquil_Rain_Upon_SurFaces
Album: Project Madrid
Label: Microsound

Griego residente en Londres que hace sólo unas semanas sonaba en Onda Sonora 
con su corte para el disco Sonority#1 (editado por Arrêt Arrêt Recordings), 
y también con su reciente primer disco en solitario en Stasisfield

A Greek native residing in London, just a few weeks ago he visited Onda 
Sonora with his track for the album Sonority#1 (Arrêt Arrêt Recordings) and 
a sample of his recent first solo work in Stasisfield

15. LOADBANG
Track: Konvu Tatis
Album: Project Madrid
Label: Microsound

Esta sesión especial de Onda Sonora dedicada al Proyecto Madrid culmina con 
un artista de Baltimore que se hace llamar Loadbang. Por limitaciones 
horarias no hemos podido escuchar a todos los artistas que han colaborado en 
este proyecto, algunos tan interesantes como desconocidos para nosotros 
hasta el momento: Andrew Duke, B. Owen, Andrew FS, Marco Messina, Heribert 
Friedl, Impostura, Js, Plochingen, Michael Northam y el propio Kim Cascone, 
de alguna manera coordinador de este MadridProject desarrollado desde el 
sitio Microsound.org

This special session dedicated to Microsound’s MadridProject ends up with an 
emerging Baltimore artist called Loadbang. Due to our time limitations, we 
were unable to program all the artists that have collaborated in this 
project, some of them as interesting as unknown for us until this moment. 
Between them, Andrew Duke, B. Owen, Andrew FS, Marco Messina, Heribert 
Friedl, Impostura, Js, Plochingen, Michael Northam and Kim Cascone himself, 
in some way coordinator of this project. Our most sincere gratitude for him

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The new Zygote preliminary tracks for the new full-length record were posted 
up for a select few to check out recently. I'm posting a new art/sound [the 
way love resonates / the way memory resonates] project up within the next 
few days and need the server space, so I'm taking them down within the next 
24 hours.

The demo versions of these tracks are going to be altered quite a bit, so I 
thought I'd just make them available for more people to download before I 
take them down. FYI, The tracks are a mix of live instrumentation, processed 
sound (via Peter Nyboer's MAX/MSP application Girl), and lofi indie 
weirdness......enjoy

http://www.undertheradar.net/demotracks/
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hello microsounders,

irving + orser will present a new sound/video work
in SF this week.  hope to see you there... i+o

info: http://sfemf.org/sfemf2004.html

WHAT: The 5th Annual San Francisco Electronic Music Festival

WHEN: Thursday-Saturday August 5-7, 2004 8 pm

WHERE: SomArts (934 Brannan Street, SF)


--Thurs-- 

Marcos Fernandes 

Cenk Ergun 

Tim Perkis/Wobbly

Joan Jeanrenaud


--Fri---

CMAU

Chris Willits

Krys Bobrowski

Keith Fullerton Whitman


--Sat--

Jorge Boehringer

Ramon Sender

Irving + Orser

Ikue Mori




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San Francisco Electronic Music Festival 2004
Thursday, August 5 - Saturday, August 7, 2004
8pm
SomArts Cultural Center (934 Brannan Street)
General Tickets & Passes: http://www.sfemf.org or at
the door
$15 General; $12 Student; $40 full festival pass
Further Information: http://www.sfemf.org

Thursday, August 5th
-        Cenk Ergun
-        Tim Perkis & Wobbly
-        Joan Jeanrenaud
-        Marcos Fernandes

Friday, August 6th
-        CMAU
-        Christopher Willits
-        Krys Bobrowski
-        Keith Fullerton Whitman

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-        Irving & Orser
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in Polish: grzyb

pozdrowienia,
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in Finnish:
sieni
(only one term)


Karri O.

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in spanish: callampa, champiños, hongo.
 
saludos, Mika Martini


vze26m98 <xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx> wrote:
On 7/23/04 at 2:09 PM, pelagius pelagius 
wrote:

> That's interesting because Gordon and Valentina Wasson also noted the
> Russian affinity toward mushrooms. They were the first americans to 
> search out and identify psychedelic mushrooms cultures in Mexico and 
> they initially became interested in mycology after noticing different 
> cultural attitudes to mushrooms. Valentina (born in Russia) loved to
> pick wild mushrooms while Gordon feared them, considering them
> all to be dangerous and poisonous.

They pointed out that mycologically-savvy cultures had one name for
mushrooms, where cultures that feared the great forest had two. For
example, although this is probably where I'll get in trouble with the
global list membership:

english: mushroom, toadstool
french: champignon, crapaudin
german: steinpilz, (only one name, right?)

anybody care to fill in:

russian:
italian:
hungarian:
spanish:
finnish:

all the rest?

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Hi... I'm a total newbie when it comes to this field so forgive me if this question has an obvious answer:

I want to try the MS/Stereo switchable circuit found at: http://mp3forkidz.com/mic/msmicV2.html
I found a place in Sweden that sells WM-61A's - but no other elements. Is it possible to use only those in the design or does it have to be a special pattern for the mid mic?

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www.soundtoys.net 

TRANSIGENCE.2004 

We have secured a series of exhibitions for interactive audio visual art and
net art for later in the year. These venues include The Watershed Media
Centre in Bristol and Dana Centre London.

We are looking for contributions of audio visual interactive works, net art,
music and art software, generative music, interactive environments, essays.
Work will be featured on the website and selected works made into offline
presentations at selected galleries.

We are seeking new work for the 2004 series of events and for the website.

1. Internet. New online audio visual experiences and interfaces. Works for
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etc. So send in via email.

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about the work and four images of the work. ie responsive environments,
soundspaces, new interfaces navigation control, new displays.

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interested in applications by artists who make their own software.


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you could make something special or send in previous work that would be
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Zip up your work and send all info about it.

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Hi... I'm a total newbie when it comes to this field so forgive me if this
question has an obvious answer:

I want to try the MS/Stereo switchable circuit found at:
http://mp3forkidz.com/mic/msmicV2.html
I found a place in Sweden that sells WM-61A's - but no other elements. Is it
possible to use only those in the design or does it have to be a special
pattern for the mid mic?

Regards,
Joakim



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>From: Joakim Lindén <xxxxxx.xxxxxx@xxxxxx.xx>
>Reply-To: microsound <xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx>
>To: "microsound" <xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx>
>Subject: [microsound] Can I make a MS mic from 3 WM-61a's?
>
>I found a place in Sweden that sells WM-61A's - but no other elements. Is 
>it possible to use only those in the design or does it have to be a special 
>pattern for the mid mic?

What pattern are those elements?  It's the side mics that matter, the mid 
can be pretty much anything.  M/S is usually a figure 8 mic for the side 
signal and the mid can be omni, cardioid, hypercardioid, etc.  It looks like 
the plan you're looking at is using 2 elements back to back to create the 
figure-8 pattern so as far as I know those have to be cardioid elements for 
it to work.  In other words if the WM-61a is a cardioid pattern you should 
be able to use 3 of those just fine but if it's an omni it won't work.  It 
looks like the plan specifies 3 WM55a's or alternately a 61a in the middle.  
To me that implies that the 55a is a cardioid and the 61a is something else. 
  I could be totally wrong though so take this advice with a grain of salt.

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Just chose "edit" on any topic page or main page and go ahead. Right now
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Yes, you are right... WM-61's are omni. I posted this at
xxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxxx.xxx - where it was intended to go in the first place
and got a similar answer to yours. I'm probably going with a stereo type
configuration and an amplifier. The guys at micbuilders will probably guide
me, they're very helpful.

Thank you for taking your time.
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> >From: Joakim Lindén <xxxxxx.xxxxxx@xxxxxx.xx>
> >Reply-To: microsound <xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx>
> >To: "microsound" <xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx>
> >Subject: [microsound] Can I make a MS mic from 3 WM-61a's?
> >
> >I found a place in Sweden that sells WM-61A's - but no other elements. Is
> >it possible to use only those in the design or does it have to be a
special
> >pattern for the mid mic?
>
> What pattern are those elements?  It's the side mics that matter, the mid
> can be pretty much anything.  M/S is usually a figure 8 mic for the side
> signal and the mid can be omni, cardioid, hypercardioid, etc.  It looks
like
> the plan you're looking at is using 2 elements back to back to create the
> figure-8 pattern so as far as I know those have to be cardioid elements
for
> it to work.  In other words if the WM-61a is a cardioid pattern you should
> be able to use 3 of those just fine but if it's an omni it won't work.  It
> looks like the plan specifies 3 WM55a's or alternately a 61a in the
middle.
> To me that implies that the 55a is a cardioid and the 61a is something
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Yes, I added the EVPmaker listing in Granular by copying the post above and
changing the text and links... I guess I should read the tutorial before
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> Just chose "edit" on any topic page or main page and go ahead. Right now
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> /Björn Eriksson
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Don't know who started this mushroom thread, but I find it quite amusing. So
amusing that I took the different translations and put them up on a TWiki
page. I think this page (or any aswell) can be a good starting point if you
want to learn more about how to edit and make TWiki topics (pages). Feel
free to add content/pointers and shape new topics etcetera.

You'll find the the topic(s) at
http://microsound.nexthop.net/bin/view.cgi/Main/WebHome

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On 8/5/04 at 3:28 PM, Björn Eriksson <xxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xx> wrote:

> Don't know who started this mushroom thread, but I find it
> quite amusing. So amusing that I took the different
> translations and put them up on a TWiki page.

Ah, a mushroom hunter! I was going to gather them together, but I'm glad
you beat me to it...

I've called in a copy of R. G. Wasson's book on Soma, and I'll post his
culturo-linguisitic discussion of mushroom naming to the Twiki page to
keep them company.

Best,

Tad



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I thought a while before posting off topic, but it can't be coincidence
that I run in to Giorgio Agamben on the same day that Laura Bush is
doing her meet 'n greet in the auditorium of (now) Fortress Citicorp.

Probably not an exciting read for the Adam Smith fans out there, but
perhaps someone may find this enlightening:

http://www.generation-online.org/p/fpagambenschmitt.htm

If there needs to be a connection to music, I don't think we need to
look any farther than John Adam's "Nixon in China" or Luciano Berio's
"Sinfonia."

Content anyone?

Tad



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Live tonight on OZONE web radio, live from Riga, in about a half hour 
[19:00 Central European Time]:

http://ozone.re-lab.net/live.ram

[ACOUSTIC SPACE] nr. 006-2004: Arturas Bumsteinas

Semiacoustic, semilive audio performance by Lithuanian sound and video
artist Arturas Bumsteinas. Main sound material for this improvisation
will consist of extended sine chord, slightly descending to very low
frequency area. Other layers are sound samples from soundtracks of
audio-video works: Horizon, Two Ways How To Say Three.
<http://www.bumstein.com/art/index.htm>

[AKUSTISKA TELPA] nr. 006-2004: Arturas Bumsteinas

Lietuviešu skanas un video makslinieka Arturas Bumšteinas semi-akustiska
/ semi-dziva performance - improvizacija, kura par skanas materialiem
tiek izmantoti sinusoidali akordi, kas pazeminati lidz loti zemu
frekvencu zonai. Parejos skanu limenus veido skanu sampli no makslinieka
audio-video darbiem: Horizon, Two Ways How To Say Three.
<http://www.bumstein.com/art/index.htm>

vai atnakot uz RIXC mediateku, 11. Novembra Krastmala 35, 201. telpaa.


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http://www.algomusic.com/jmsl/examples/MandelMusic.shtml

Make sure to install the JSyn plugin first.

P


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//Summer sale on Abflug t-shirts, bags and stuff

Abflug shop is having a summer sale! Order 30$ worth
of Abflug t-shirts (in sweet new colors like avocado,
bubble gum and gold), plus record bags, buttons, and
stickers, and you get $3 off your order. Just load up
your shopping cart at www.abflugrec.com/shop/ (or
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buttons and magnets, as well) and click "proceed to
checkout." To get the discount you MUST type BACK2SCHL
in the "Coupon/Promotional Code" field and click
"apply." The new price will be automatically
calculated for you. The coupon code is valid till
August 16, so get on that!

Please note that this discount does not apply to
Abflug CDs or MP3s. But at 12 euros a pop (incl.
shipping) they're still cheaper than a night out.
Support your friendly neighbourhood underground
musician and buy now!


//Upcoming gigs, new reviews

14 August - Karri O. at Koneisto festival, Helsinki
15-16 August - Abflug at ISEA 2004
16 September - Abflug at Mbar, Helsinki
October - Hinterlandt comes to Finland, more info soon

Check out www.abflugrec.com for a complete list of our
upcoming performances, plus new reviews.

Thank you for flying with us
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Did you try the other things on that site?

http://www.algomusic.com/algogallery/colinmarston/colin2.html

That thing is crazy!

I made this with samples I generated from the equation for the
Mandelbrot set:

http://noise.me.uk/tmp/Lucru.mp3

The strange bubbling sound is samples I generated by passing
data from the Mandelbrot set to an ifft, you could see images of
the set in a spectrogram before I cut them up and processed them.

On 5 Aug 2004, at 20:40, Phil Thomson wrote:
> http://www.algomusic.com/jmsl/examples/MandelMusic.shtml
>
> Make sure to install the JSyn plugin first.
>

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framework - phonography/field recording; contextual and decontextualized sound activity
presented by patrick mcginley

this edition featured a new long piece by jonathan coleclough, a resampling of seth nehil's edition... release, and two collections of shorter pieces.  the first was a set of short untreated recordings by scott smallwood documenting an amazing sonic phenomenon of princeton, new jersey: once every seventeen years precisely, princeton becomes infested with cicadas, large and more importantly loud insects somewhere between a locust and a cricket.  scott has made a series of recordings from all sorts of different indoor and outdoor locations in various situations documenting their all-pervasiveness.  you can find writings, images and all the sounds themselves on his website (see the playlist below).

the second set of recordings was a selection of compositions from a 2cd compilation released by a venue in hamburg germany called the hörbar.  the hörbar is a collective of artists and enthusiasts who gather weekly in a space they share with an alternative cinema (b-movie) to listen to a few records and have a few beers (or, better still, a few club-mate's - http://www.club-mate.de/).  the proceeds from these evenings go to support a monthly concert gathering artists form all over the world to the center of hamburg; i haven't encountered very many artists in this field who haven't at one time or another been invited to join them.  they are a great bunch a people running a great venue, and they've now released this double cd of contributions by the organisers and a few friends, all composed with a set of recordings taken on a river boat on the elbe by asmus tietchens (part of the collective), and a recording inside the quiet empty performance space which was taken for a performance by the hafler trio.  if you're passing through hamburg, check them out!

coming up in the near future: framework will be featuring a segment over several shows spotlighting compositions by some young artists learning about field recording and it's expressive possibilities on a course with the great chris watson.  we will also soon be featuring an exclusive composition by m. behrens made with sounds of the resonancefm studios themselves.

lastly a plug for a great radio project:  phonographic migrations 3: soudscapeFM is up and running now, broadcasting on the net and on 94.6 fm in straslund, germany.  for more info, or to have a listen, go here:  http://www.soundscape-fm.net/

again, we are always looking for material for the show, whether raw field recordings, field recording based composition or introduction submissions.  send material, released or not, on any format, to the address below.   we are also hoping to have live performances as often as possible, so if you are in or passing through london please get in touch! 

 
framework
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(artist  /  title  /  album  /  label)

framework intro  /  cedric peyronnet
recorded 18.07.04 at les peyroux, st goussard, a watery narrative with hundreds of hissing crickets
http://www.ingeos.org, http://www.kaon.org

jonathan coleclough  /  makruna  /  makruna . minya  /  icr
deep unidentifiable pulses mix with distant voices and human activity - a village fete?
http://www.minya98.freeserve.co.uk/

scott smallwood  /  brood x  /  -  /  -
multiple short recordings documenting the 17-yearly invasion of princeton, new jersey, by cicadas - recordings and more info here:
http://music.princeton.edu/~skot/cicada/index.html

seth nehil  /  situla  /  umbra  /  edition...
another sampling from this great album of layered dissonant drone music
http://www.kaon.org/seth_nehil/

y-ton-g  /  aus fluß  /  prosit zur letzten tide  /  hörbar
evapori  /  ausdehnungbeim gefrieren  /  prosit zur letzten tide  /  hörbar
tbc  /  tröpfchen für tröpfchen  /  prosit zur letzten tide  /  hörbar
[-hyph-]  /  hy-dro-PH-obie 1.3  /  prosit zur letzten tide  /  hörbar
murmer  /  elbe/ellbe/belle/bells  /  prosit zur letzten tide  /  hörbar
several tracks from a friends-of-the-hörbar 2cd compilation composed of river elbe sounds recorded by asmus tietchens and an empty room recording of the venue itself made for a concert by the hafler trio
http://members.aol.com/horbar/horbar.htm

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framework intro submissions:

1)    take yourself and an audio recording device to a location of your choice
2)    record for AT LEAST 1 minute before you -
3)    read the following text:

welcome to framework.

framework is a show consecrated to field recording, and it's use in composition.
field recording, phonography, the art of sound-hunting; open your ears and listen!

4)    continue your recording for AT LEAST 2 minutes after you've finish speaking
5)    send the recording on any format to the address above, or as an mp3 via email

thanks!


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the framework 2003 cd has been reprinted and is now once again available directly from the resonancefm online shop, along with a selection of other benefit cds, t-shirts, and general paraphernalia.  drop in here to have a look:

http://www.resonancefm.com/shop.php


framework 2003
resonancefm benefit cd featuring highlights from the year's broadcasting

rob grant & melanie clifford  /  framework intro
thomas dimuzio  /  unearth & lift and spear  /  sonicism  /  rrrecords
chris watson  /  river mara at night   /  stepping into the dark  /  touch
johannes helden / - / sketchbook / trente oiseaux
toy bizarre  /  -  /  kdi dctb 116  /  absurd
murmer  /  liquid solid  /  definition  /  absurd
jgrzinich & seth nehil  /  the distant edge  /  confluence  /  intransitive
seth nehil & jgrzinich  /  the mirrored corner  /  stria  /  erewhon
annette lissauer  /  framework intro
toby paddock  /  air, surface and magnetic vibrations  /  -  /  -
steve roden  /  -  /  resonant cities  /  trente oiseaux
francisco lopez  /  untitled #101  /  untitled (2000)  /  ignis projekt
mnortham  /  ancient sewer pipe, valletta, malta  /  phonography.org 5  /  phonography.org
the quiet american  /  donkey trains leaving marpha, nepal  /  phonography.org 4  /  phonography.org
steve barsotti  /  trainyard presence  /  phonography.org 5  /  phonography.org
k. m. krebs  /  jericho sailing center (nautical gamelan)  /  phonography.org 4  /  phonography.org
david daniell  /  highway 371, forty miles south of farmington, january 19, 1998, 2:25 pm  /  sem  /  antiopic
joyce hinterding  /  -  /  spectral  /  antiopic/sigma editions
david daniell  /  dixon lake road, july 31, 1999, 5:45 am  /  sem  /  antiopic
tacet ncv  /  live on framework
jean-luc guionnet & bertrand denzler  /  live on framework
dallas simpson  /  framework intro
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A few folks here might be interested in this upcoming festival in Riga, 
Latvia. No venues listed yet, but it look slike a good one, with a nice 
mix of international and local artists.

d.


SKAŅU,MEŽS -- Sound Forest Festival, Riga Latvia
September 3-4, 2004

Sound:

September 3:

Anti-reality — ambient noise
Geneva, Gonzo, & Macrone — concoction of video, prose, drone, rhythm and 
ambient
Carl Michael von Hauswolff (Sub Rosa, Ash International)
Apziņas parazīti (The Mind Parasites) — nihilistic and emotionally 
charged performance, music and poetry with black humour
Keith Rowe (Erstwhile)
Voldemārs Johansons — mathematically modulated electronics
Fe-mail (TV5)
Latvijas gāze — noisy, expansive ambient

September 4:

Ssvaa—faa meets My—ym (Audiot)
Santa Ratniece — harp, electronics
Ieva Parša — voice
Kaffe Matthews (Annetteworks)
Antans Jasenka/Raimunds Eimonts/Andrius Jakucionis (Electroshock)
Spunk (Rune Grammofon)
Radian (Mego, Thrill Jockey)
Rudens lapas (Claustrum) — industrial ambient
Thomas Ankersmit

Vision:

Videos of late Hardijs Lediņš, “godfather” of Latvian avant-garde multimedia
Videoart from Estonia
Decasia (Bill Morrison)
Decoder (Maeck, Muscha, Schäfer, Trimpop)
Subversion Agency (Mark Boswell)
Fuzzy Motion — Pictures Without Legs 1995-2002 by Tina Frank (Mego)
Warp videocollection


Sound fragments:

Kaffe Matthews
Keith Rowe
Carl Michael von Hauswolff
Spunk
Radian
Maja Ratkje

Pics:

Keith Rowe
Kaffe Matthews
Carl Michael von Hauswolff
Spunk
Fe-mail
Radian



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Sorry, forgot the URL:

http://www.skanumezs.lv/

There's a link for English at the bottom of the page ;-)

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hi

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::::::: JUST A QUICK UPDATE, for those who may be interested :::::::



( )
Recent article on Thinkbox that appeared in REAL DETROIT:
See:  http://beta.getrealdetroit.com/articles.php?aid=1214

(    )
The first 15 installments of Thinkbox member Steve Roy's "Turning 30" 
series up;
in which Roy releases one MP3 experiment per week for an entire year!
See:  http://www.thinkbox.ca/mp3/turning30.php


(        )
Thinkbox performed at this year's Mutek festival;
we have now posted an archive of images related to this event;
See:   http://www.thinkbox.ca/events/2004-mutek/


(               )
Thinkbox has recently expanded its distribution to include:

- Canadian Music Centre (Canada)  http://www.musiccentre.ca/
- Forced Exposure (USA) 
http://www.forcedexposure.com/labels/thinkbox.canada.html
- PLOP (Japan)  http://www.inpartmaint.com/plop/e/distribution.html
- Mp3s of select releases available for purchase online via: 
http://www.nufonix.com



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thought you guys were great @ mutek, steve roy especially.  i'd love to
host a toronto show for you guys, maybe in the fall if possible.

g.

Mark Laliberte wrote:

> ::::::: JUST A QUICK UPDATE, for those who may be interested :::::::
>
> ( )
> Recent article on Thinkbox that appeared in REAL DETROIT:
> See:  http://beta.getrealdetroit.com/articles.php?aid=1214
>
> (    )
> The first 15 installments of Thinkbox member Steve Roy's "Turning 30"
> series up;
> in which Roy releases one MP3 experiment per week for an entire year!
> See:  http://www.thinkbox.ca/mp3/turning30.php
>
> (        )
> Thinkbox performed at this year's Mutek festival;
> we have now posted an archive of images related to this event;
> See:   http://www.thinkbox.ca/events/2004-mutek/
>
> (               )
> Thinkbox has recently expanded its distribution to include:
>
> - Canadian Music Centre (Canada)  http://www.musiccentre.ca/
> - Forced Exposure (USA)
> http://www.forcedexposure.com/labels/thinkbox.canada.html
> - PLOP (Japan)  http://www.inpartmaint.com/plop/e/distribution.html
> - Mp3s of select releases available for purchase online via:
> http://www.nufonix.com
>
> ........................
> ........................
> ........................
>
> THINKBOX
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Hi all,

It's been a busy week this week so the Symbiosis update is firing off a
little late... the opening of Tsunoda'a Westspace installation and his show
last night with Francisco Lopez were both excellent. If you're in Melbourne,
the Westspace show continues until 21st August
(http://www.westspace.org.au).

This week (8/8): The lovely and diminuitive Toshiya Tsunoda (JP) and I try
to overcome the language barrier... he talks about his new cd on Naturestrip
(http://www.naturestrip.com/) and how the science of sound is a part of his
recordings. Thanks to Ai Yamamoto for translating!

Coming up:

15/8: David Shea (US) chats about his performance of "The Art of (Sampled)
Memory 2". It is dedicated to found, stolen and imagined memories, in the
form of sound and image fragments and is realized through electronic
collage. Friday 20 August & Saturday 21 August, ACMI Cinemas
(www.acmi.net.au or www.dshea.net)

22/8: Tarab (Eamon Sprod, AUS, Melbourne) comes down to the show to chat
about the 4th installment of the Outer series at BUS Gallery and perform
live. Patrick O' Brien has put on another killer lineup for 28th August
including Tarab, Chris Smith, Dure Dara, and Anthony Guerra.

Don't forget that it's Radiothon from Friday 14th - Sunday 22nd... start
saving those hard earned dollars to keep Triple R on the airwaves for
another year!

In the pipeline: Antiopic feature, mix from Sub Rosa, Fallt feature, Ian
Andrews

Until next week stay safe and warm,

Simon.
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recent film recommendations: Spiderman 2 (can't resist a bit of Sam Raimi:)
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Show Date: 1/8/04

Guests/Features:
Toshiya Tsunoda & Francisco Lopez are coming to town this week so their
recordings featured prominently in the mix... New releases from Fallt,
Antiopic, Lapilli, Plop & Naturestrip saw the light of day..

Artist :: Track :: Album :: Label

Toshiya Tsunoda :: curved pipe :: Scenery Of Decalcomania :: Naturestrip

Ian Andrews :: jaffa :: Ceremonial :: Fallt

Noto :: 2 :: 20' to 2000 :: Raster-Noton

Francisco Lopez :: untitled #119 :: untitled #119 :: Lapilli

Duul_Drv :: -40 degrees centigrade :: Fade With Consequence :: and/Oar

Sadaiche :: meeir (excerpt) :: The Undertow :: Shame File Music

Toshiya Tsunoda :: deck of a wharf :: o respirar da paisagem ::
Sirr.ecords

Murcof :: ultimatum :: Utopia :: Leaf

Si-Cut.DB :: pass out :: Offices At Night [Volume 1 - Originals] ::
Fallt

Taylor Deupree & Christopher Willits :: bancha :: Mujo :: Plop

Tu M' :: nervous breakdown :: Pop Involved [Version 3.0] :: Fallt

Black Dice :: creature :: Creature Comforts :: Fat Cat

Pateras/Baxter/Brown :: hexadactyly :: Ataxia :: Synaesthesia

Sakada :: never give up on the margins of logic :: Live Series Volume 2
:: Antiopic

Francisco Lopez :: neuvas aventuras del gusano medidor... :: Addy en
elpaid de las fruitas y los chunches :: Alien8 Recordings

Christian H Sotemann :: VI - cryptic scenery :: Being :: Bloated
Sasquach Beer Theatre Audio

Toshiya Tsunoda :: recorded landscape: pier :: Edition25oct ::
Bremssstrahlung Recordings

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Links from this week's show:

Artists

Toshiya Tsunoda: xxxxxxx@xx.xxxx.xx.xx
Ian Andrews: http://www.radioscopia.org/
Noto: http://noton.raster-noton.de/
Francisco Lopez: http://www.franciscolopez.net/
Duul_Drv: http://members.shaw.ca/duul_drv/
Sadaiche: http://www.sadaiche.com/
Murcof: http://www.murcof.com/
Si-Cut.db: http://home.earthlink.net/~efrans/benford/
Taylor Deupree: http://www.12k.com/
Christopher Willits: http://www.christopherwillits.com/
Tu M': http://www.tu-m.com/
Black Dice: http://www.dfarecords.com/blackdice/dicemain.htm
Pateras/Baxter/Brown: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx / xxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx
Sakada: http://antiopic.com/catalog/an006.html (contains links to each
artist)
Christian H Sotemann:
http://www.cryptic-scenery.de/discography.html#Anchor-christian-22257

Labels

Naturestrip: http://www.naturestrip.com/
Fallt: http://www.fallt.com/
Raster-Noton: http://www.raster-noton.de/
Lapilli: http://www.lapilli.org/
and/OAR: http://www.and-oar.org/
Shame File Music: http://shamefile.tripod.com/
Leaf: http://www.theleaflabel.com/
Plop: http://www.inpartmaint.com/plop/
Fat Cat: http://www.fat-cat.co.uk/
Synaesthesia: http://www.synrecords.com/label.html
Antiopic: http://www.antiopic.com/

Misc

Westspace: http://www.westspace.org.au/

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framework broadcasts live alternate fridays on resonance104.4fm  in london (uk) or worldwide on http://www.resonancefm.com between 8:30 and 9:30pm bst, and repeated the following wednesday between 11:00am and 12:00 noon bst 

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framework - phonography/field recording; contextual and decontextualized sound activity
presented by patrick mcginley

we started off this edition with a classic recording that's been in our 'to play' pile for a very, very long time, michael prime's opening to his 1996 disc cellular radar, finis terra.  this led us through several new releases on helen scarsdale and the reappeared kaon, one unreleased work, and one new to me (87 central's 2001 cd formation.  bruno moreigne's kaon disc, locus niger, is an interesting exercise in minimal sourcing - his heavily treated works from virtually silent ambient geographical recordings (ranging from sources such as tien anmen square to the world trade centre pre-9/11, to various historical sites throughout the french countryside) led me to believe before reading the liner notes that the disc might be entirely comprised of synthetic sound.  post-reading, however, the traces of weather patterns, bird and insect song, etc, do begin to reveal themselves...

coming up in the near future: framework will be featuring a segment over several shows spotlighting compositions by some young artists learning about field recording and it's expressive possibilities on a course with the great chris watson.  we will also soon be featuring an exclusive composition by m. behrens made with sounds of the resonancefm studios themselves.

lastly a plug for a great radio project:  phonographic migrations 3: soundscapeFM is up and running now, broadcasting on the net and on 94.6 fm in straslund, germany.  for more info, or to have a listen, go here:  http://www.soundscape-fm.net/

again, we are always looking for material for the show, whether raw field recordings, field recording based composition or introduction submissions.  send material, released or not, on any format, to the address below.   we are also hoping to have live performances as often as possible, so if you are in or passing through london please get in touch! 

 
framework
31 nevill road
london n16 8sl
uk

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06.08.04

this edition will be rebroadcast this wednesday (tomorrow!), 11.08.04, at 11:00am bst 
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(artist  /  title  /  album  /  label)

framework intro  /  logoplasm
a beautifully constructed intro involving crisp rain, passing traffic, breath and wind from this italian duo and purveyors of the s'agita recordings label
http://www.logoplasm.org, http://www.logoplasm.org/sagita

michael prime  /  finis terra  /  cellular radar  /  mycophile
a glorious classic swirling of acoustic events, breath and electricity from this 1996 release
xxxxx@xxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx

87 central  /  fire  /  formation  /  staalplaat
deep rumbles, no-input sound generation, and the fine cracklings of flames and ash
http://www.radiantslab.com/87central, http://www.staalplaat.com

fAb  /  tiempu ca era, tiempu pi crae  /  -  /  -
unreleased minimal work from this new italian artist - field recordings, radio frequencies and objects in a long slow-forming atmosphere
xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx

coelacanth  /  -  /  mud wall  /  helen scarsdale agency
duo of loren chasse and jim haynes sounding rust and static into fields of acoustic buzzing energy
http://www.helenscarsdale.com/coelacanth, http://www.helenscarsdale.com

irr.app.(ext.)  /  ozeanische gefühle  /   ozeanische gefühle  /  helen scarsdale agency
oceanic indeed - spectacularly epic composition tying together the grandest of weathers with the smallest of sonic resonances
http://www.holocenesound.org/irr, http://www.helenscarsdale.com

bruno moreigne  /  sileo 
                        /  -
                        /  oradour
                        /  -            /  locus niger  /  kaon
two examples of moreigne's reworkings of locational recordings followed by their source recordings on the relaunched kaon records
xxxxx@xxxx.xxx, http://www.kaon.org



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framework intro submissions:

1)    take yourself and an audio recording device to a location of your choice
2)    record for AT LEAST 1 minute before you -
3)    read the following text:

welcome to framework.

framework is a show consecrated to field recording, and it's use in composition.
field recording, phonography, the art of sound-hunting; open your ears and listen!

4)    continue your recording for AT LEAST 2 minutes after you've finish speaking
5)    send the recording on any format to the address above, or as an mp3 via email

thanks!



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the framework 2003 cd has been reprinted and is now once again available directly from the resonancefm online shop, along with a selection of other benefit cds, t-shirts, and general paraphernalia.  drop in here to have a look:

http://www.resonancefm.com/shop.php


framework 2003
resonancefm benefit cd featuring highlights from the year's broadcasting

rob grant & melanie clifford  /  framework intro
thomas dimuzio  /  unearth & lift and spear  /  sonicism  /  rrrecords
chris watson  /  river mara at night   /  stepping into the dark  /  touch
johannes helden / - / sketchbook / trente oiseaux
toy bizarre  /  -  /  kdi dctb 116  /  absurd
murmer  /  liquid solid  /  definition  /  absurd
jgrzinich & seth nehil  /  the distant edge  /  confluence  /  intransitive
seth nehil & jgrzinich  /  the mirrored corner  /  stria  /  erewhon
annette lissauer  /  framework intro
toby paddock  /  air, surface and magnetic vibrations  /  -  /  -
steve roden  /  -  /  resonant cities  /  trente oiseaux
francisco lopez  /  untitled #101  /  untitled (2000)  /  ignis projekt
mnortham  /  ancient sewer pipe, valletta, malta  /  phonography.org 5  /  phonography.org
the quiet american  /  donkey trains leaving marpha, nepal  /  phonography.org 4  /  phonography.org
steve barsotti  /  trainyard presence  /  phonography.org 5  /  phonography.org
k. m. krebs  /  jericho sailing center (nautical gamelan)  /  phonography.org 4  /  phonography.org
david daniell  /  highway 371, forty miles south of farmington, january 19, 1998, 2:25 pm  /  sem  /  antiopic
joyce hinterding  /  -  /  spectral  /  antiopic/sigma editions
david daniell  /  dixon lake road, july 31, 1999, 5:45 am  /  sem  /  antiopic
tacet ncv  /  live on framework
jean-luc guionnet & bertrand denzler  /  live on framework
dallas simpson  /  framework intro
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hello to all of you,

after a fantastic visit to berlin and the garage festival in stralsund.
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- NEW / RECENT RELEASES

 > CD OUT NOW . William Basinski + Richard Chartier [ Spekk, Japan ]
 > CD OUT NOW . CHESSMACHINE [ Mutek_rec, Canada ]  http://www.mutek.ca

a very limited number of signed copies of these releases are now 
available through via the 3particles pay pal shop:  
http://www.3particles.com/paypal
check out the pay pal site for a special summer sale price on 
3particles02 + 3particles03 together!

- AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER
CD . Set or Performance  [ LINE ] out early September, 2004. first Live 
performance recording release. recorded live to disc at VOLT/AA deep 
listening event held at SAT [ Montreal, Canada ] December 2003. more 
info on http://www.12k.com/line

 > 4CD . Edition [ LINE ] shipping mid august, 2004
In celebration of LINE's 4th anniversary documenting installations and 
works by composers exploring the aesthetics of contemporary and digital 
minimalism we are proud to announce the release of this special limited 
edition packaging 4 CD set entitled "Edition"

Edition is a collection of the 4 critically acclaimed full length LINE 
cd releases: Series from 2000 (LINE_001), Of Surfaces from 2002 
(LINE_008), Two Locations from 2003 (LINE_013), and the brand new live 
recording Set or Performance (LINE_018). For more information on each 
CD please view them in the LINE catalog and reviews section. This 
special re-packaging release is strictly limited to 100 signed and 
numbered units. Lavishly yet simply designed, Edition is a double 
gatefold package offset printed in 3 inks in which the CDs rest on high 
density foam hubs separated by diecut vellum sheets. Liner notes from 
each original sleeve are reprinted within. This cd will only be 
available through the 12k/LINE website store, 3particles.com, and my 
live shows.

due to the limited quantities these can be reserved in advance. please 
contact me directly (xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx) EDITION will come out 
prior to "Set or Performance"


- UPCOMING EVENTS

 > EXHIBIT . "Herein, Then" in Ecoute @ Centre Pompidou [ Paris, France 
] Sept 2004-Jan 2005
 > LIVE .  (date to be confirmed) October, NYC
 > LIVE . Presences Electronique [ Paris, France ] February 2005


- UPCOMING RELEASES, ETC

 > 2x12" . 1.8 compilation. The compilation will be 2x12" records with 4 
tracks, 8 artists on each. Each artist has contributed a 1.8 second 
sound file to be a lock groove. Each work ends with another artists' 
lockgroove. Includes tracks by Richard Chartier, Tim Hecker, Mitchell 
Akiyama, Duul_Drv, Taylor Deupree, Kim Cascone, 3x3is9, Roel Meelkop. 
Autumn 2004. (1.8)sec.records is an electronic label based out of 
Canada.  (1.8)sec.records LP releases utilize the physical properties 
of the medium within each release.

 > LP . Retrieval  [ ERS, The Netherlands ] 2004. my first solo vinyl 
release. Autumn 2004. This will be two works that were created at my 
artist residency at the Music Research Centre @ York University, UK. 
based on soundfiles and loops of mine from 1990-1993.

 > BOOK . "On the surface of silence: reticence in the music of Richard 
Chartier" by Will Montgomery in BLOCKS OF CONSCIOUSNESS AND THE 
UNBROKEN CONTINUUM. Publisher: Sound 323. Editors: Brian Marley+Mark 
Wastell. Fall 2004

 > CD . Placode [ n160, Japan ]  Autumn 2004. http://www.n160.com . This 
elaborately aluminum packaged cd compilation curated by Nibo [ 
LINE/Raster-Noton] will contain the piece "retrieval#3(for placodes). 
artists on this compilation: carsten nicolai, christophe charles, frank 
bretschneider, nibo, byetone, richard chartier, sachiko.m, sogar, steve 
roden, taylor deupree, and otomo yoshihide.

 > CD . SPEC.2 / Specification.fifteen with Taylor Deupree [ LINE ] 
2005. initial work has begun on this collaboration. It will be based on 
our collaborative performances in Rome and Madrid in March and our ICC 
installation

 > PRINT . "L-NExtraction" limited edition of 30 signed/numbered edition 
4 color process iris graphic print on archival rives BFK. more details 
to come.

 > CD . Interior/Exterior (working title) [ Raster-Noton. Germany ] 2005


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please read the message from our grain of sound´s sister label
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we are happy to announce the first release ever on Ristretto:


asamo - "niju"

rist01/2004
3" cd-r



all music composed by young musician, shinjiro yamaguchi, based
in tokyo.
"niju" brings circular ethereal music with digital interferences. the
track that closes the loop, "velve", shows asamo flirting around
with a gentle melodic drone that seems to have no end. in a
brilliant hypnotic
fashion.

we´re offering a free download of "niju 2" (encoded in the aac
format), track taken from the "niju" 3" cd-r release. enjoy...




+ info:

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Hello microsounders,

I would like to introduce you to a free resource on
the net for experimental electronic music. It's free
to submit and listen to works. I'm attaching a call
for audio with a brief description below..

If there is list interest, we can maintain a playlist
featuring different microsound artists. Comments and
suggestions are welcome.

Thanks,
Andrew

Call for submissions 

Introducing SONUS.ca, a free online listening library
featuring all forms of experimental electronic music. 
With over 1200 works from artists around the world,
SONUS.ca is the world's most extensive audio
web-resource dedicated to technology-based sound
exploration.  Best of all, it's free to listen and
free to submit your work. 

Sonus is built around a Flash interface, which makes
the site simple to use and navigate. It's easy to
create and modify playlists, or find music in the
library with the powerful search engine. Curated
galleries will be a regular feature, showcasing work
from different labels and festivals, or presenting
work chosen by a curator around a particular theme or
style.

With these features, Sonus is a great way to promote
your work. You can include biographical information,
track notes and links to personal webpages. So why not
send in your audio? The CEC will encode it as high
quality mp3 and include it in the Sonus library. 

If you run a weblabel or have a personal webpage, you
can use Sonus to house your audio with a link directly
from your page. Contact us for more information.

Sonus.ca is supported by the membership of the CEC and
the Canada Council for the Arts. Sonus.ca is dedicated
to presenting experimental electronic music of all
kinds, and has attracted over a quarter of a million
listeners since its inception. Check it out:
www.sonus.ca 

For submissions: http://sonus.ca/call.html 

For more information: xxxx@xxxxx.xx 

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Sweet...great resource!

Joakim
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Sent: Tuesday, August 10, 2004 4:47 AM
Subject: [microsound] Free resource, call for works


> Hello microsounders,
> 
> I would like to introduce you to a free resource on
> the net for experimental electronic music. It's free
> to submit and listen to works. I'm attaching a call
> for audio with a brief description below..
> 
> If there is list interest, we can maintain a playlist
> featuring different microsound artists. Comments and
> suggestions are welcome.
> 
> Thanks,
> Andrew
> 
> Call for submissions 
> 
> Introducing SONUS.ca, a free online listening library
> featuring all forms of experimental electronic music. 
> With over 1200 works from artists around the world,
> SONUS.ca is the world's most extensive audio
> web-resource dedicated to technology-based sound
> exploration.  Best of all, it's free to listen and
> free to submit your work. 
> 
> Sonus is built around a Flash interface, which makes
> the site simple to use and navigate. It's easy to
> create and modify playlists, or find music in the
> library with the powerful search engine. Curated
> galleries will be a regular feature, showcasing work
> from different labels and festivals, or presenting
> work chosen by a curator around a particular theme or
> style.
> 
> With these features, Sonus is a great way to promote
> your work. You can include biographical information,
> track notes and links to personal webpages. So why not
> send in your audio? The CEC will encode it as high
> quality mp3 and include it in the Sonus library. 
> 
> If you run a weblabel or have a personal webpage, you
> can use Sonus to house your audio with a link directly
> from your page. Contact us for more information.
> 
> Sonus.ca is supported by the membership of the CEC and
> the Canada Council for the Arts. Sonus.ca is dedicated
> to presenting experimental electronic music of all
> kinds, and has attracted over a quarter of a million
> listeners since its inception. Check it out:
> www.sonus.ca 
> 
> For submissions: http://sonus.ca/call.html 
> 
> For more information: xxxx@xxxxx.xx 
> 
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> 
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Hello everybody all the microsounder's...Como allez-vous???

WELCOME TO THE ELECTRONS LIBRES AND FUTURE (re)<MIX NEWSLETTER

-----------------------------FUTUR (re)MIX--------------
------------POWERPLAY--------------------------
----------------------------09/08/04-------------------
Part1:
C'est le mois du mix....so...
    -DJ Brian Ffar in da mix [Micro-Funk] with Audion, Ark & Cabanne,
Release od Orac records...
            http://www.orac.vu

Part2:
1-Double U: Never Feel darker (Wool, Sonar Kollectiv)
    -Lp "Life behind a window"    http://www.woolrecordings.com
2-Umod [Aka Domu] :On the down low (Sonar Kollectiv)
    -Lp "Enter the Umod"
3-Brother Jack McDuff:Oblighetto [J Dilla remix] (Blue Note)
    -V/A "Blue Note revisited"
4-Madvillain: Raid [Feat Medaphoar] (Stones Throw)
    -Lp "Madvillainy"
5-Dabrye:Game over (Ghostly)
    -Ep "Game Over"    http://www.ghostly.com
6-Rufus with Chaka Khan:Sweet thing (Strunt, Pias)
    -V/A "Ashley Beedle-Grass Roots"
7-La Funk Mob:No time for hesitation (Chronowax)
    -Lp "The bad seeds 93-97"
8-Royksopp: Poor Leno [Silikon Soul remix] (K7!)
    -DJ Kicks by Erlend oye
9-EGG:Yema (Mutek records, La Baleine)
    -Lp "Don't postpone joy"
10-Vauxhall 44:Mas (Inflatabl Labl)
    -Lp "Sub-I"    
11-Teknik:Sonar [Jirku remix] (Nice & Nasty)
    -Ep "Vorsprung Durch Celtik"    
12-Matthew Jonson:Magic throught music (Itiswhatitis)
    -Typerope ep
13-Gustavo Lamas:profundos (Onitor 22, La baleine)
    -Lp "Brotes"
14-Crackhaus: Blow Brotha blow (Musique risquee Canada)
    -Ep "Blow Brotha blow"
15-Matthew Herbert: On your feet (Accidental)
    -Ep "on your feet"
16-APSCI: Runaway (Ecler'O'Shock)
    -From the forthcoming album "Get It Twisted"    http://www.apsci.net
17-The Konki Duet: Il fait tt gris (Active Suspension, Chronowax)
    -From the forthcoming album "Il fait tt gris"
18-Lullatone: Music For Appartment (observatory online Weblabel)
    
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For your feet in the summer time, all time, enjoy:

11/08 dj chloe, feist, hypno-love (record makers), jef k - (bateau concorde
atlantique)
15/08 del wire / encre / her space holiday - sous la plage (parc andre
citroen) 15h

PERIPH SUMMER FESTIVAL 2004 (7ème édition) invite BTRAX Records @ Glaz¹art &
Batofar  
_____________________________________________________________________________
Samedi 21/08/2004 @  Glaz¹art
23h00 ­ 06h00   Paf : 10 euros

BEN MEN     BTRAX       <http://www.djbenmen.com/>
D¹JEDI          CALME         http://www.D-jedi.com/
TARLOUF X BTRAX        <http://www.djtarloufx.com/>
__________________________________________________________________________
Dimanche  22/08/2004  @  Le Batofar
06h00 ­ 12h00    Paf : 10 euros

KAINE          LUMINA        http://www.lumina.ws/
VIN¹Z            ORGAN X     http://www.organx.com/
TARLOUF X BTRAX       <http://www.djtarloufx.com/>
____________________________________________________________________________
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Métro pte de la ViIlette ­ Parking gratuit.
Salle de projection ­ Terrasse ­ Salle climatisée
Infoline 01 40 36 55 65 http://www.glazart.com/glazart/index.php?p=0

12 au 14 aout stralsund http://www.garage-g.de
13 au 14 aout helsinki http://koneisto.com
13 au 15 aout St-Malo La route du Rock (with Fennesz, Murcof, TV On the
Radio, Air, Phoenix, DJ Oil, Colleen, Blonde Redhead, Velma...)
http://www.laroutedurock.com
14 au 22 aout tallin/helsinki http://isea2004.net
20 au 21 aout vienne http://www.temp-records.net/festival2004
27 au 29 aout scheebel http://www.lovefield.de
28 au 29 aout paris feed back 2 (paris) with B.Fleishmann, Portable,
A.Class, Minimal Compact...
21/09 au 3/10 paris http://www.villette-numerique.com

Heee ya....
Happyness all and "see the Sun"
Bye!!!

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Subject: [microsound] [ot] musical instruments shops in berlin?
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hello german people
can you suggest me some shops of musical intruments in berlin? especialy 
something strange and unusual, toy pianos, music boxes, thumb 
instruments, etc etc

thank you deeply
and sorry for the ot

baci
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Hi all,

I am looking for tracks themed around "Home Is Where the Heart Is" for the
radiothon edition of Symbiosis. Details as follows:

Show Dates: 15th & 22nd August (apologies for the short notice)
Format: CD, MD, MP3
Length: Any (though depending on submissions longer tracks may only be
played as excerpts)

Please email me links or forward physical copies to:

Symbiosis
c/o Triple R
PO Box 304
Fitzroy, VIC  3068
Australia


Thanks,

Simon.

Symbiosis - Experimental Sound Textures and Rhythms
Sunday nights, 12am - 2am
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Contenidos Onda Sonora (Radio Sesiones Experimentales) 11-08-2004

01. LYS
Track: Ro
Album: Naunuee
Label: Sutemos

Joven talento de la música electrónica de Vilnius, Lituania. Con tan solo 18 
años, Vilius Siaulys, LYS, debuta con un álbum en dos partes, una más 
rítmica y otra más ambiental, titulado Naunuee y publicado por el netlabel 
lituano Sutemos

A young talented electronic musician from Vilnius, Lthuania. With just 18 
y.o., Lys (Vilius Siaulys) debuts with an album titled Naunuee released by 
Lithuanian net-label Sutemos

02. REC OVERFLOW
Track: Coevalsoundlibrary (Flow Remix)
Album: Live 25 04 2003 KlangMaschine Club Madrid Spain
Label: Plataforma-ltw

Grabación en directo de Rec Overflow desde el club Klangmaschine de Madrid 
en abril del año pasado, un directo que puedes descargar gratuitamente de 
internet (dividido en tres cortes) desde archive.org en colaboración con el 
netlabel francés Signa-Zero

Rec Overflow is one of the finest electronic musicians in Madrid. Live 
recording from Madrid’s Klangmaschine club last year, freely downloadable 
–in three tracks- via internet from archive.org in collaboration with the 
Frech net-label Signa-Zero

03. REC OVERFLOW
Track: Chastisement
Album: Doomed
Label: Plataforma Ltw

Otro trabajo de Rec Overflow, en este caso se trata de uno de los cuatro 
nuevos cortes que componen su nuevo Doomed EP, también descargables de 
manera gratuita, en este caso desde el sitio del net-label madrileño 
Plataforma-LTW

Once again Rec Overflow, this time with one of the four new tracks included 
in his new Doomed EP, downloadable as well thanks to a net-label he’s 
involved in: Madrid’s Plataforma-LTW

04. RADIAN
Track: Shift
Album: Juxtaposition
Label: Thrill Jockey

Nuevo trabajo de los austríacos Radian, una formación vienesa cuyo éxito ha 
servido de trampolín a muchos otros artistas de la escena experimental de su 
ciudad y los ha llevado a una extensa gira que incluía una fecha en Madrid. 
Se trata de su tercer disco, finalizado en los estudios Soma de John 
McEntire en Chicago, y titulado propiamente Juxtaposition debido al método 
compositivo utilizado por la banda, combinando el sonido de instrumentos 
reales con grabaciones de esos mismos instrumentos de forma poco usual, a 
través de parches electrónicos y técnicas micrófonicas alternativas

New work by the Austrian combo Radian, after the great success of Rec.Extern 
that has taken the band on tour all over XXXXXXXXXXXXX, including a Madrid 
date. It’s their third album, finished in John McEntire’s Soma studios in 
Chicago, so called Juxtaposition due to the composition method: sounds 
coming from real instruments layered with non-conventional recordings of 
those instruments, such as electronic patches and alternative microphonic 
strategies

05. MNORTHAM
Track: When_inaccesible
Album: Another Kind Of Language: Dedicated To Andrei Tarkovsky
Label: And/Oar

Pieza compuesta para un doble cd publicado por el sello And/Oar en homenaje 
al cineasta de la época soviética Andrei Tarkovsky, que incluye 14 obras de 
otros tantos artistas inspiradas en cada una de sus 7 películas. Entre los 
autores, se encuentran nombres como John Hudak, Duul_drv, Sawako o el 
artista sonoro de Utah Michael Northam, por nombrar sólo algunos

Composed for a double cd tribute to the Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky, 
including 14 pieces created by so many artists, inspired in his seven 
movies. Between the collaborators, John Hudak, Duul_drv, Sawako or Utah’s 
sound artist Michael Northam, to name just a few

06. LUSTMORD
Track: Inmersion
Album: Carbon Core
Label: Happy Pencil

Pantanosos ambientes repletos de tensión los de Lustmord, un pionero del 
dark ambient industrial desde principios de los 80 con un estilo único, que 
presenta su nuevo trabajo, Carbon/Core, un álbum desarrollado a lo largo de 
más de una hora a partir de su colaboración para el proyecto 
happypencil.com/dark

Marshy ambients full of tension by Lustmord, a pioneer in the industrial 
dark ambient from the early 80s with a unique style. His new work, 
Carbon/Core, is the development over an hour of his 2-minute collaboration 
for the happypencil.com/dark project

07. MAJA S.K RATKJE & LASSE MARHAUG
Track:  4-23: A tribute To Arnold Schöemberg
Album: Music For Loving
Label: Bottrop-boy

El sello alemán Bottrop-Boy ha editado la segunda colaboración entre dos 
maestros de la experimentación con ruido y voz, Maja Ratkje y Lasse Marhaug, 
ambos noruegos y con un interesante curriculum a sus espaldas, tanto en 
solitario como en las diversas formaciones en las que colaboran. Después de 
su Music for Shopping on Synesthetic Records, este es su nuevo trabajo, 
Music for Loving

The German label Bottrop Boy has released the second recording fruit of the 
collaboration between two Norwegian masters of the investigation with noise 
and voice, Lasse Marhaug and Maja Ratkje

08. WOLF EYES
Track: Black Vomito
Album: Burned Mind
Label: Sub Pop

A falta de un mes para la publicación de Burned Mind, el nuevo álbum en Sub 
Pop de Wolf Eyes, puedes escuchar ya un adelanto de lo que será el último 
corte de los 9 que contendrá el cuarto disco de la banda, embarcada 
actualmente en una gira por los Estados Unidos junto a Sonic Youth

Advance from Wolf Eyes’ new record in Sub Pop. This will be the last track 
between the nine completing the fourth album of the band, currently on the 
road through the United States playing with bands as Sonic Youth, SunnO))) 
and Kevin Drumm

09. PAIK
Track: Dizzy Stars / Jayne Field
Album: Satin Black
Label: Strange Attractors

Terminamos en la escena de Michigan con el cuarto disco de un interesante 
trio de noise rock llamado Paik, la última novedad del sello de Portland 
Strange Attractors

Still in Michigan to end with the fourth record of the noise rock trio Paik, 
a new release by Portland label Strange Attractors

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Hi all,

Sorry for the off-topic post, but I just thought I would ask if anyone 
knows good places for data recovery from Mac hard drives. I'm in Vancouver 
Canada, but would be willing to get the drives shipped elsewhere in 
Canada. I'd also be interested to know if anyone has any leads on good data
recovery software for Mac OS X. I've tried Data Rescue and Tech Tool with 
no luck. The hard drive was accidentally deleted and no other data has 
been written to it, so it should be relatively easy to recover the data. 
Please email me *offlist* with any info. TIA.

P


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hi!

how large an mp3 will yr email account accept?  (I just don't think 
that a cd will get from my home in the US to yours in Australia in good 
time)

thanks!
billy


> Hi all,
>
> I am looking for tracks themed around "Home Is Where the Heart Is" for 
> the
> radiothon edition of Symbiosis. Details as follows:
>
> Show Dates: 15th & 22nd August (apologies for the short notice)
> Format: CD, MD, MP3
> Length: Any (though depending on submissions longer tracks may only be
> played as excerpts)
>
> Please email me links or forward physical copies to:
>
> Symbiosis
> c/o Triple R
> PO Box 304
> Fitzroy, VIC  3068
> Australia
>
>
> Thanks,
>
> Simon.
>
> Symbiosis - Experimental Sound Textures and Rhythms
> Sunday nights, 12am - 2am
> 102.7 FM / www.rrr.org.au
> Melbourne, Australia
>
> xxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx.xx
>
"a clock without hands is my kind of thing.  you don't see time 
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d'oh!

(sorry for fillin' yr mailboxes with more STUFF)

On Aug 10, 2004, at 7:14 PM, billy wrote:

> hi!
>
> how large an mp3 will yr email account accept?  (I just don't think 
> that a cd will get from my home in the US to yours in Australia in 
> good time)
>
> thanks!
> billy
>
>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I am looking for tracks themed around "Home Is Where the Heart Is" 
>> for the
>> radiothon edition of Symbiosis. Details as follows:
>>
>> Show Dates: 15th & 22nd August (apologies for the short notice)
>> Format: CD, MD, MP3
>> Length: Any (though depending on submissions longer tracks may only be
>> played as excerpts)
>>
>> Please email me links or forward physical copies to:
>>
>> Symbiosis
>> c/o Triple R
>> PO Box 304
>> Fitzroy, VIC  3068
>> Australia
>>
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Simon.
>>
>> Symbiosis - Experimental Sound Textures and Rhythms
>> Sunday nights, 12am - 2am
>> 102.7 FM / www.rrr.org.au
>> Melbourne, Australia
>>
>> xxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx.xx
>>
> "a clock without hands is my kind of thing.  you don't see time 
> passing."  agnes varda
>
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*******************************
before I begin, I want to apologise fir my previous
x-posting.  I didnt even realize that I was doing it
but alas, I was, so I apologise.
**************************************and now:


yep.  its about that time...

well we are only doing a few more of these so you had
better come on out if you are going to.

this week, in my infinite ego, I will play music for
you

"oh, it never ends, now he plays on his own concert
series." yes, its true.  

but thats not all.  Ches Smith will be performing some
solo percussion music.

and if we manage to start early enough, and the
neighbors withhold thier endless whining and
complaining, we may even play somefin together for
you.  so there, it makes it all better, right?

in short (with exclamation points, to be exclaimed
with a loud voice and sharp tongue and reddening
tonsils)

THIS THURSDAY!
CURIOUS F PRESENTS!
AT 8PM, AND FREE!
CHES SMITH &
SEVENCENTRALANDMOUNTAIN!
DIRECTIONS FOLLOW!

 

http://www.curiousf.porkbelly.org/


jorge



Eddie's Park is in Peralta Studios in West Oakland
next to the enterance to the Bay Bridge on Grand St.

2121 Peralta St.
#170 
Oakland, CA
510.986.0836


Directions/Instructions:

Driving: From SF, follow 880 after the bay bridge
ends. Get in the far right lane and take the first
exit, Grand Ave & Maritime. At the 3rd light make a
right. The studio is in the large brick building on
the corner. Call Eddie's Park from the call box
outside and we will buzz you in.

From the East Bay, find your way to Grand Ave (I know
that is ambiguous but there are many ways to get
there) and drive West on it towards San Francisco.
When you get to Mandela Parkway (it's a large road
with a big median) make a left turn onto Peralta St.
The studio building is on the Corner of Grand and
Peralta. Call Eddie's Park from the call box outside
and we will buzz you in.

Public Transportation: You can Bart to West Oakland
and  Walk (but biking is  much much easier and more
fun) up Mandela Parkway. It's a little less then
a mile to the studio. There are several bus lines that
go along Grand Ave up to Mandela Parkway as well. 
Call Eddie's Park from the call box outside and we
will buzz you in.

If you have any questions please call 510.986.0836




                
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   new works in  -  a u d i o  .  g r a p h i c  .  v i d e o



   DEBUT live audio/visual performance : AMSTERDAM /september
   
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Hi Enrico,

> hello german people

I'm Irish, but I was in Berlin in May and some friends recommended that I visit
the shop of Michael Metzler. He is a bell maker. The shop was closed when I
visited, but I had a look in the window and it looked very interesting, so I'd
say it's worth a visit.

It's near Auguststrasse: a Google should come up with the address ;)

> can you suggest me some shops of musical intruments in berlin? especialy 
> something strange and unusual, toy pianos, music boxes, thumb 
> instruments, etc etc

best of luck,

d.


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    http://www.dustedmagazine.com/features/279



SONAR 2004


+ "the new critical"

    tV


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http://www.thisistheonlyart.com --
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// Karri O - Kids Used To Dream Of Becoming Astronauts
(Abflug, ABCD05)

Der Titel mag stimmen. DJ zu werden ist da schon ein
ganz schöner Abstieg eigentlich. Vielleicht aber auch
nicht. Die Tracks dieser 5 Track CD machen jedenfalls
auch so Spaß, denn sie schaffen es im Feld minimaler
Technotracks doch immer wieder, eine nicht so
ausgetretene Nuance zu finden, die weder zu straight
auf den Dancefloor zielt, noch einfach so vor sich
herclickt, und kicken dabei, wenn es sein muss, mit
einer Elektronica Jazz Attitude, die sich nicht von
den Samples herleitet wie so oft. Sehr sympathisch.

- De-Bug, Bleed, **** - *****

Here's the link:
http://www.de-bug.de/cgi-bin/debug.pl?what=show&part=review&search=label&keyword=abflug&ID=22963

Check out www.abflugrec.com for a list of
distributors, or buy the CD online at Abflug Shop.

// Karri O. at Koneisto, Abflug at ISEA 2004 this
weekend

Check out www.koneisto.com, www.isea2004.net and
www.abflugrec.com for more information.


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Hi all,
nice piece of writing.  Thanks.
Now a silly question: how can I contact someone off list? Yes, I tried the address on
the site...
Peace,
Iván

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Hello microsounders:
 
 
I’ll be travel to Barcelona from august 19 to december.
who anyone knows something about  contacts, places to play, bookstores,
musicstores arround Spain.
 
Greetings.
 
JUANJOSERIVASZUÑIGA
[RetraktorMantle]
 <mailto:xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx.xx> <
 
 
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Voy a viajar a Barcelona del 19 de agosto a diciembre.
Alguien sabe algo acerca de contactos o lugares para presentaciones en
vivo,
Librerías, tiendas de discos y lugares interesantes.
 
Saludos.
 
 
JUANJOSERIVASZUÑIGA
[RetraktorMantle]
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hola,
octubre es buena fecha en
lo que se refiere a festivales
de musica electronica/experimental
en españa: 

-lem (barcelona) 9 sept - 16 octubre
http://www.gracia-territori.com/
-observatori (valencia) 7-10 octubre
http://www.observatori.com/

no vivo en barcelona, pero te puedo
recomendar estos sitios en cuanto
a musica y libros:
hub-bcn   - http://www.hub-bcn.com/
lacentral - https://www.lacentral.com

saludos
jc




el 14/8/04 12:51, Juanjose en xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx.xx escribió:

> Hello microsounders:
> 
> 
> I’ll be travel to Barcelona from august 19 to december.
> who anyone knows something about  contacts, places to play, bookstores,
> musicstores arround Spain.
> 
> Greetings.
> 
> JUANJOSERIVASZUÑIGA
> [RetraktorMantle]
> <mailto:xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx.xx> <
> 
> 
> ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
> 
> 
> Voy a viajar a Barcelona del 19 de agosto a diciembre.
> Alguien sabe algo acerca de contactos o lugares para presentaciones en
> vivo,
> Librerías, tiendas de discos y lugares interesantes.
> 
> Saludos.
> 
> 
> JUANJOSERIVASZUÑIGA
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Sueño con el dia en que la música enlatada solo sea el catalizador que
haga explotar en tu mente los armónicos acumulados en tantos años de
asimilar información sonora. La música estará dentro de nosotros. Solo
necesitaremos una excitación artificial externa que nos haga
recordar-reactivar distintos pasajes sonoros de manera aleatoria, sin
referencia temporal -algo asi como una base de datos anarquica- y en la
que nosotros realizaremos una mezcla personal -algo que me ocurre en
modo incipiente con algunos temas de Fennesz-.
 
Será una forma de virtud musical que ira intrinsecamente ligada a la
acumulacion de fragmentos en la zona de memoria cerebral destinada a
ello en nuestro cerebro a la vez que a la sensibilización en grado
extremo de la sugestión generadora de intertonos en el oído, quedando
obsoleto por tanto cualquier tipo de soporte físico de almacenamiento
comercial de datos a excepción de ese mínimo impulso generador del que
hablaba al principio. ¿la excelencia minimalista?.

Los avances tecnológicos serán en este campo útiles simplemente para la
generación de ese catilazador. La música generada analizada como se
analiza hoy en dia no tendrá sentido ya que pasaremos de un estado
pasivo-contemplativo a un estado activo-individual-generativo. Cada cual
fabricará sus propios éxitos. Seremos al fin productores.


I dream with the day in which the tinned music only is the catalyst that
makes exploit in your mind the harmonic accumulated ones in so many
years of assimilating sonorous information. The music will be inside us.
Only we will need an artificial external excitation that makes remember
us to reactivate different sonorous passages of random way, without
temporary reference - slightly like that as an anarchic base of
information - and in that we will realize a personal mixture - something
that happens to me in incipient way with some Fennesz's topics-

Sera a form of musical virtue that ire intrinsically tied to the
accumulation of fragments in the zone of cerebral memory destined for it
in our brain simultaneously that to the sensitization in extreme degree
of the generating suggestion of intertones in the ear, remaining
obsolete therefore any type of physical support of commercial storage of
information with the exception of this minimal generating impulse about
which one was speaking initially. The excellence minimalista?. The
technological advances will be in this field useful simply for the
generation of this catilazador. The generated analyzed music since it is
analyzed today in day will not make sense since we will go on of a
passive - contemplative condition to a condition assets-
individual-generativo. Everyone will make his own successes. We will be
to the end productores.

http://personales.ya.com/rafaudio/index.html


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Hello all,

Found this interesting article on signal processing by Curtis Roads,Stephan
Pope etc. Thought some of you might enjoy it too...

http://www.swets.nl/jnmr/snmr/roads_overview.html

later,
omnid


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Symbiosis

Experimental Sound Textures and Rhythms
[Headphones recommended]

12am - 2am Sunday nights
(1pm - 3pm Sunday afternoon GMT)


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Symbiosis
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PO Box 304
Fitzroy, VIC  3068
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presented by Simon Hampson

--------------------------------------------
Hi all,

It's Radiothon at Triple R - the one time that we ask you to support the
station in another year of broadcasting.

Triple R is run by a small group of dedicated staff and kept operating by a
tireless group of volunteers. The station is non-profit and has been around
since 1978. There is no playlisting and best of all the sheer diversity of
the station means that there is something for everyone.

With so many sources asking you for money these days you could be forgiven
for turning off at the very mention of the subject. But this year the
Radiothon is the most important for some time. Triple R's lease recently
finished and we have bought a new location - now more than ever the
Radiothon will ensure that the station can keep running for the next 12
months. We are asking for your support to keep us strong in this time of
upheaval.

Asking for your support comes with some responsibility and I want to thank
those who have made Symbiosis so strong: my wife, Erin, for her continued
support, all the staff at Triple R, every artist who has appeared on the
show, the labels who continue to supply great tunes to the show out of their
already stretched budgets, Mark Harwood @ Synaesthesia for extending my
collection and keeping things interesting, and last (but certainly not
least!) all the listeners. Thank you all.

This week on Symbiosis, David Shea chats about his performance of "The Art
of (Sampled) Memory 2". It is dedicated to found, stolen and imagined
memories, in the form of sound and image fragments and is realized through
electronic collage. Friday 20 August & Saturday 21 August, ACMI Cinemas
(www.acmi.net.au or www.dshea.net)

Coming soon...

22/8: Tarab (Eamon Sprod, AUS, Melbourne) comes down to the show to chat
about the 4th installment of the Outer series at BUS Gallery and perform
live. Patrick O' Brien has put on another killer lineup for 28th August
including Tarab, Chris Smith, Dure Dara, and Anthony Guerra.

In the pipeline: Antiopic feature, mix from Sub Rosa, Fallt feature, Ian
Andrews, Philip Samartzis

Until next week stay safe and warm,

Simon.
listening to: Taylor Deupree & Christopher Willits - Mujo (Plop)
watching:
--------------------------------------------
Show Date: 8/8/04

Guests/Features:
Toshiya Tsunoda (JP) and I overcame the language barrier (with the help of
Ai Yamamoto). Tsunoda was in town to launch his exhibition at Westspace and
performed with Francisco Lopez over the weekend. It was a pleasure to chat
with Toshiya and a big thanks to Ai and Hamish (Naturestrip) for
facilitating the interview.

Artist :: Track :: Album :: Label

Himuro :: ushimitz :: Clear Without Items :: Couchblip

Prefuse 73 :: plastic :: One Word Extinguisher :: Warp

City Frequencies :: pedestrian pulsars :: CDR ::
http://www.akm.net.au/cityfreqs/

Pateras/Baxter/Brown :: bulbous :: Ataxia :: Synaesthesia

Toshiya Tsunoda interview including:

Toshiya Tsunoda :: cicada and window :: O Respirar Da Paisagem ::
Sirr.ecords

Toshiya Tsunoda :: cut diagonally :: Scenery of Decalcomania :: Naturestrip

Toshiya Tsunoda :: recorded landscape: pier :: Edition25Oct ::
Bremssstrahlung Recordings

Asa-Chang & Junray :: parlor :: Delivery Room :: Leaf

Qua :: secret space :: Painting Monsters On Clouds :: Surgery Records

Ghislain Poirier :: la danse du plaisir :: Bip-Hop Generation V 7 :: Bip-Hop

Rechenzentrum :: 35mm :: Director's Cut :: Mille Plateaux

J.Frede :: page 2 :: J.Frede Rewrites Scanner's Diary :: Current Recordings

Cray :: szitzophreen (dual directional mix) :: Motion :: Preservation

David Shea :: remixes scanner :: Double Articulation :: Sub Rosa

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Links from this week:

Artists

Himuro: http://tngrm.com/
City Frequencies: http://www.akm.net.au/cityfreqs/
Pateras/Baxter/Brown: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx /
xxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx
Toshiya Tsunoda: xxxxxxx@xx.xxxx.xx.xx
Asa-Chang & Junray: http://www.riverrun.co.jp/asa-chang/
Qua: http://www.quamusic.com/
Ghislain Poirier: xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx
Rechenzentrum: http://www.rechenzentrum.org/
J.Frede: http://www.jfrede.com/
Cray: http://www.pandemoniumrecords.com/bip-hop/catalog/lp_cray.htm
David Shea: http://www.dshea.net/

Labels

Couchblip: http://www.couchblip.com/
Synaesthesia: http://www.synrecords.com/label.html
Sirr.ecords: http://www.sirr-ecords.com/
Leaf: http://www.theleaflabel.com/
Surgery Records: http://www.surgeryrecords.com.au/
Bip-Hop: http://www.bip-hop.com/
Current Recordings: http://current-recordings.com/
Preservation: http://www.preservation.com.au/
Sub Rosa: http://www.subrosa.net/

Misc

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Hi Billy,

Will accept up to about 2 Meg - other option is soulseek.. do you have a
username there??

Best,

Simon.

Symbiosis - Experimental Sound Textures and Rhythms
Sunday nights, 12am - 2am
102.7 FM / www.rrr.org.au
Melbourne, Australia

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-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Wednesday, 11 August 2004 9:15 AM
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Is


hi!

how large an mp3 will yr email account accept?  (I just don't think
that a cd will get from my home in the US to yours in Australia in good
time)

thanks!
billy


> Hi all,
>
> I am looking for tracks themed around "Home Is Where the Heart Is" for
> the
> radiothon edition of Symbiosis. Details as follows:
>
> Show Dates: 15th & 22nd August (apologies for the short notice)
> Format: CD, MD, MP3
> Length: Any (though depending on submissions longer tracks may only be
> played as excerpts)
>
> Please email me links or forward physical copies to:
>
> Symbiosis
> c/o Triple R
> PO Box 304
> Fitzroy, VIC  3068
> Australia
>
>
> Thanks,
>
> Simon.
>
> Symbiosis - Experimental Sound Textures and Rhythms
> Sunday nights, 12am - 2am
> 102.7 FM / www.rrr.org.au
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> xxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx.xx
>
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A big thank you to all the artists who have contributed to this project to
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this is an off-topic question, but does anyone out there know whether it's 
possible to superimpose an image on top of another using simple downloadable 
software or plugins?

i use irfanview and i am wondering if it's possible to recreate the effect 
one encounters, for example, when one looks through a window and can see 
through the window and one's own reflection simultaneously.

thanks for any help.

and sorry for being off-topic.

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Several new releases from devslashnull on CommTom.

http://www.commtom.com/artists/devslashnull/devslashnull_index.html

Ranges from vintage field recordings of trash burning powerplants and 
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Yeah, I'm all over the map. So?

Feedback appreciated on any of this stuff.


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hi sarah,
have you tried photoshop using layers?
you can always use the blend layer command and also you can dim the 
layer to obtain the reflection effect.
then in order to use the image in other apps you should flatten the 
image [in the layers options] and save it with whatever extension you 
want! [.tif, .jpg, .gif, etc...]
for a better effect you can play with one of the images making it a 
little bit out of focus by applying the blur filter .
let me know if you need extra help, i make my living as a digital 
photographer...
please contact me off list
good luck
paz
J21


On Aug 15, 2004, at 7:28 PM, sarah-michelle geller wrote:

> this is an off-topic question, but does anyone out there know whether 
> it's possible to superimpose an image on top of another using simple 
> downloadable software or plugins?
>
> i use irfanview and i am wondering if it's possible to recreate the 
> effect one encounters, for example, when one looks through a window 
> and can see through the window and one's own reflection 
> simultaneously.
>
> thanks for any help.
>
> and sorry for being off-topic.

justino
aka jorge bachmann                                sculpture-photography-sound
P.O.Box 15953
San Francisco, CA 94115-0953
M-415-706-9629
W-415-750-3517                                        http://anihilo.com


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try gimp if you don't want to spend $$$ for Photoshop:

http://www.gimp.org/


Cheers,

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Hello,

Just a short note that the compilation "Poetry and Chaos"  is now 
available. You can find infos and samples at 
http://nocords.net/poetry/chaos.html

Peace,
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I am on the road now (on holiday) and will be back in SF Friday next 
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lucky you! enjoy your vacations!
paz
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I am giving a workshop this fall in Europe which will make use of a 
simple genetic algorithm to model workflow in collaborative content 
creation...I will post a schedule when I have a better idea as to 
actual dates and times but in the meantime here is a URL for the 
workshop I'm giving at STEIM in October:
http://www.steim.org/steim/workshops.php?id=67&b=1&r=1
also, I'll be doing a performance with Merzbow in Amsterdam around the 
same time as my workshop and will post more info when I get it from the 
organizer...
stay untuned,
KIM


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hello all
i will be visiting lovely san francisco for about
10 days, from sat. 8/21 through sun. 8/29 and
would be interested in checking out any events
going on during that time frame. i will possibly
be playing one gig with my friend dominic cramp
on either 8/27 or 8/28, place tbd. any suggestions
welcome, and i'm open to meeting any sf-based
artists for some coffee and dialog.
best
bruce

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anyone in Southern (or Northern) California should make a point of checking out this massive one night sound installation exhibition,,, its free and in public spaces in long beach this coming Saturday. . . if any list members do make it down, stop by the SYWS Gallery and say hi.

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F L O O D
Presents
SoundWalk 2004

CONTACT: 
Shea Gauer at Open (562) 499-OPEN
Visit soundwalk.org to learn more about SoundWalk 2004
Email: xxxxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxx.xxx 

LONG BEACH, CA- On August 21st, 2004, the Long Beach
artist group, FLOOD is breaking new ground by
organizing the first annual SoundWalk event. 
SoundWalk is a day of installation of works by over 30
Southern California sound artists in a variety of
indoor and outdoor spaces throughout the downtown Long
Beach East Village Arts District.  Performances are
scheduled in a few locations, including the first art
event to be scheduled in the East Village Art Park. 
Please see the complete list of participating artists
and their locations that follows.

WHAT: Sound Art Festival "SoundWalk 2004", a day of
discovery of sound art installations by over 30
Southern California sound artists
WHERE: In a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces
throughout the downtown Long Beach East Village Arts
District, specifically located in the area encompassed
by Broadway, Atlantic, Ocean and Elm.  Maps available
at Koo's, 540 E. Broadway or at Open, 144 Linden, in
Long Beach.
WHEN: August 21st, 2004 from 6 - 10 pm (see map for
performance schedules)
Reception for artists, 5-6pm at Koo's, 540 E. Broadway
Closing Performances, 10-11pm at Koo's.
ADMISSION: Free
PARKING: Free parking is available on the street, or
in the SST parking lot at the SW corner of 4th and
Linden.


SoundWalk 2004
Groundbreaking Art Event Produced by Long Beach Artist
Group, FLOOD

This event, conceived of as SoundWalk, is a variation
on the concept of the usual "ArtWalk" events that
happen every 2nd Saturday in the Arts District.  We
envision an environmental experience, which alters the
participants' perception of their sense of being in a
familiar space.  Habituation blunts our
inquisitiveness, our engagement in the visual as well
as audible surroundings.  Sound installations will
thus not only be an exciting moment of perception, but
a way of rethinking our sensory engagement with the
spaces in which we function.
In contrast to indoor art installations, which are
seen and experienced as separate from our daily
routines, we are visited with the expectation of the
extra-ordinary.  Our sound-installations function in
concert with the sounds of the city, thus adding,
altering and intermingling with the customary.  The
outdoor locations keep the ordinary din of the city in
the extra-ordinary event.   The viewer may thus
perceive common occurrences in startling new ways.
We wish to surprise, puzzle, enchant, excite and
delight those who intentionally or unintentionally
participate in SoundWalk.
This event is free to the public and is being
sponsored by the Downtown Long Beach Associates
(DLBA), Gallery 33 East, 689 Design and the East
Village Association (EVA).  A Catalog/CD about some of
the artists involved in this project will be available
for sale to the public during and after the event. 
More information about FLOOD and the artists is
available upon request.


-About FLOOD-

The artist group, FLOOD has been working together on
projects successfully for the last two years.  FLOOD
is interested in testing the limits of artistic
expression through collaboration and experimentation
within a variety of artistic genres.  

Soundwalk 2004 Artists, Performers & Their Locations*
*subject to change

Alan Nakagawa -in the tree in front of Koo's, Broadway
Albert Ortega -in the Broadlind stairwell, Linden 
Bobby June -at Seams, 1st Street
D. Jean Hester -at the Inn of Long Beach, Broadway
Die A Virgin -between 1st & Ocean, Elm
Emily Tanaka -in front of Sithea Salon, Broadway
Eric Strauss -at Koo's, Broadway & walking-around
piece
Ever Lovely Lightning Heart -in the kitchen of the
Lafayette, Broadway
FLOOD - at Koo's, Broadway
Glenn Bach -at the Art Park, Elm
Gregg Egg -in front of the California National Bank,
Ocean
Hop Frog -Community Vegetable Garden, 1st street
j. frede -SWYS Gallery, 1st Street
James Adams -Restrooms of Koo's, Broadway; Open,
Linden; Gallery 11/7, Linden
Jeremy Drake -at Koo's, Broadway
Kadet Kuhne -upstairs at Logistic Media, 1st Street
Kate Harding -in the alley, 1st Street 
Leticia Castaneda -in front of Courtyard by Marriott
parking structure, 1st Street
Loren Nerell -in Surya Gallery, Broadway
Mitchell Brown - in front of Courtyard by Marriott
parking structure, 1st Street
Noah Thomas -Embassy Ballroom of the Lafayette,
Broadway
Phaul -at Koo's, Broadway
S.E. Barnet & Hilary Mushkin -at Open, Linden
Sander Wolff -at Seams, 1st Street
Shelley RuggThorp - on the California National Bank
rooftop, Ocean
smgsap -in the alley, Linden
Spastic Colon -at Koo's, Broadway
Steven Soria -at Flowers by Vicky, Linden & 1st Street
Sumako -at Open, Linden
Surrealestate - coutyards of the California National
Bank, Ocean
Yong Soon Min & Allan de Souza - at Koo's, Broadway

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Hello all the Microsounders...How are you??

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-----------------------------------ELECTRONS LIBRES---------------------------------------
--------------------POWER PLAYLIST-----------------------------------------------
----------------------------------------------------15/08/04---------------------------------------
--------------Fil rouge de l'émission : Fields recordings from Quiet America----
1-Staffan Wessman: Circulation (N-Rec 04, Metamkine)
    -Lp "Debut"    http://www.n-rec.com
2-Skane (Bauri remix) : Revisited (New Speak)
    -Lp "Skane revisited"    http://www.new-speak.com
3-Cathode: Spincycle (Expanding records Uk)
    -Lp "Special Measures"    http://www.expandingrecords.com
4-Christian Kleine: That's why you came (City Centre Offices, La baleine)
    -Lp "Real Ghosts"    http://www.city-centre-offices.de
5-Ludvig Elblaus: Inflytt (New Speak)
    -Ep "Inflytt"
6-People Like Us: I'm From (Zeromoon media)
7-Springintgut: Walden (Pingipung, Kompakt)
    -Lp "Posten 90"    http://www.pingipung.de
8-Vauxhall 44: Rdb (Inflatabl Labl)
    -Lp "Sub-I"    http://www.inflatabl.com
9-Slow Chocolate Autopsy: Rotten Peter Rooter (Nice & Nasty)
    -Ep "Vorsprung durch celtik"    http://www.niceandnasty.net
10-Farmvred: Run/Stop restore (Miisc)
    -V/A "Fields of fire"

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--------------------------FUTURE (re)MIX-------------------------------------------
------------------------16/08/04--------------------------------13h/16h-----
Part1:
Florian Keller Radioshow (Compost records exclusive)
    -Good all day's on Funk 70's, soul, hip-hop 80's and disco tracks!!!

Part2:
1-Mylo: Sunworshipper (Breastfed)
    -Lp "Destroy Rock'n'Roll"    release the end of september http://www.breastfed.tv
2-Bubbley Kaur (Cornershop productions): Natch (Pias)
3-Matthew Dear: Takes on you (Spectral, Ghostly)
    -Lp "Backstroke"    http://www.ghostly.com
4-Mike Shannon: Munlighta (Force-Inc)
    -Lp "Slight of Hand"
5-Paul Nazca (Mayer remix): Emotion (Kompakt)
    -V/A "Schaffelfieber 2"    http://www.kompakt.com
6-Mr Oizo: Stunt (F.Com)
    -Ep "Stunt"    
7-Leandro Fresco (Kompakt, Pias)
    -V/A "Kompakt 100"
8-Dapayk: Beutekunst ouf 20khz (Textone weblabel)
    -ep "Black white orange lines"    http://textone.org
9-Robag Wruhme: Skubbs (Musik Krause, Kompakt)
    -Lp "Wuzzelbud KK"    http://www.musikkrause.de
10-Sven Wegner: Keep on to myself (Lebensfreude 05)
    -Ep "Are u logged"    http://www.lebensfreuderecords.de
11-Yora Moorush: Millenium (Trapez, La Baleine)    
    -V/A "Trapez 01"
12-Matt John: Dsicokiller ( http://textone.org )
    -Ep "Holographic mothers"
13-Teknik: Sonar (Fabrice Lig's Dark Bubble mix) (Nice & Nasty)
    -Ep "VDCeltik"
14-Dj Mitsu feat Lady Alma: Away 
    -Lp "Rude Awakening"
15-Plain Brown Rapper: Mellowd out (Inflatabl 02)
    -Ep "Back in Black"
16-Domu: Worldwide (Loungin' records Uk)
    -Ep "Worldwide" http://www.lounginrecordings.com
17-Cruz: Analyse (Morris Audio)
    -Ep "Analyse"
18-No Comment: You Know (What you find) (Loungin' records)
    -Ep "you know"    release in september
19-Citizens feat Girlzklub: Get the fuck out (Lebensfreude 03)
    -Ep "Get the fuck out"
20-Roy Ayers: Everybody loves the sunshine (BBE)
    -Lp "Virgin Ubiquity"

mini agenda :

21/08 de 15h30 a 21h jean-yves leloup / yull & le batt (ginettes armees/cherie) - bassin de la villette (66 quai de la loire)
22/08 krikor cabanne - bassin de la villette (66 quai de la loire)
25/08 soiree capsule hotel : tonsil et wakame (opa)
27/08 y2mars / saint remy vs phil stumpf - bassin de la villette (66 quai de la loire)
28/08 alexis bernier / guillaume la tortue & jef k - bassin de la villette (66 quai de la loire)
28/08 automat / candie hank / electro_shoke / christophe lemaire & idol / jennifer cardini - nouveau casino
28/29/08 festival feed back 2 http://www.c13.fr
29/08 occitek teknival du sud

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soiree capsule hotel au bar opa, le mercredi 25/08 (19h - 2h) 
room 2 = 2 grooms-selectors : tonsil et wakame (seppuku RL 89.4/mochi mochi). 
musiques domestiques au m2 et sons d'interieur. Sons électroniques & expérimentaux (electronica, micro techno, ambient...) et autres (abstract hip hop, avant rock...).

que la force des algues soit avec nous !

sequence evasion :

6 au 22 aout cologne http://www.c-o-pop.de
14 au 22 aout tallin/helsinki http://isea2004.net
20 au 21 aout vienne http://www.temp-records.net/festival2004
27 au 29 aout scheebel http://www.lovefield.de
28 au 29 aout paris : feed back 2 http://www.c13.fr
21/09 au 3/10 paris http://www.villette-numerique.com

Heee ya....
Happyness all and "see the Sun"
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**YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION & ACTION IS REQUESTED**

Call For Content:

POLYPHONIC VOICES OF DIGITAL DISSENT:
"a collection of highly opinionated responses to the state of the union"

Communications Of Tomorrow (CommTom) announces a call for content for a 
fast’n’furious turnaround on a CD-R compilation that will be targeted 
to select broadcasters across the United States for pre-election 
delivery.

Please join CommTom in an effort to edify & to entertain in a political 
climate that apparently seeks to nullify & restrain.  CommTom requests 
that you submit electronic political audio works — by September 15th, 
less than a month away!

GUIDELINES:
- Sept. 15, 2004 deadline
- Completed works may be submitted at any time between now and Sept. 
15th
- Tracks should be between 3-5 minutes in length, no more than 8
- Provide a downloadable MP3 link, or a CD via snail mail
- If sending via snail mail, please send to:

805 East Chester
Lafayette, CO  80026
USA

- If providing a Link, please encode MP3 at 160kbps minimum, up to 
16/44 AIFF or WAV audio format quality
- Use of voice samples encouraged, especially ones emanating from 
political speeches, debates, comments & other public-domain soundbites
- Works of an experimental and/or adventurous nature are encouraged
- Keep in mind that the intent is to garner radio airplay on community, 
independent and college radio stations as an "election novelty"
- Only highly opinionated work will be considered

ACCEPTANCE
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>
> A friend is trying to track down an old plug-in called 'Eternal Machine',
> from APB Tools, and would be willing to buy a copy. Any leads appreciated!
> Please contact off-list. Thanks,
>
> Ian
>

APB??? I guess that is not refering to the Norwegian synth-pop band
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 F! Yasi Perata! Don Buchla! and MIBA! Free!
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> this Friday (rather than the usual thursday)
> but in the same place
> 
> its Curious, F
> 
> eaturing:
> 
> Don Buchla and Yasi Perata
> and
> Mark Bartscher and Kristin Miltner
> 
> their playing music!
>  
> 
> http://www.curiousf.porkbelly.org/
> 
> yep,
> jorge
> 
> 
> 
> Eddie's Park is in Peralta Studios in West Oakland
> next to the enterance to the Bay Bridge on Grand St.
> 
> 2121 Peralta St.
> #170 
> Oakland, CA
> 510.986.0836
> 
> 
> Directions/Instructions:
> 
> Driving: From SF, follow 880 after the bay bridge
> ends. Get in the far right lane and take the first
> exit, Grand Ave & Maritime. At the 3rd light make a
> right. The studio is in the large brick building on
> the corner. Call Eddie's Park from the call box
> outside and we will buzz you in.
> 
> From the East Bay, find your way to Grand Ave (I
> know
> that is ambiguous but there are many ways to get
> there) and drive West on it towards San Francisco.
> When you get to Mandela Parkway (it's a large road
> with a big median) make a left turn onto Peralta St.
> The studio building is on the Corner of Grand and
> Peralta. Call Eddie's Park from the call box outside
> and we will buzz you in.
> 
> Public Transportation: You can Bart to West Oakland
> and  Walk (but biking is  much much easier and more
> fun) up Mandela Parkway. It's a little less then
> a mile to the studio. There are several bus lines
> that
> go along Grand Ave up to Mandela Parkway as well. 
> Call Eddie's Park from the call box outside and we
> will buzz you in.

> If you have any questions please call 510.986.0836



                
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Contenidos Onda Sonora (Radio Sesiones Experimentales) 18-08-2004

01. OUTPOST
Track: Rubber
Album: Time Based Landscapes
Label: Transacoustic Research

Abrimos la sesión de esta semana desde el Institut for Transakustiche 
Forschung, instituto de investigaciones electroacústicas de Viena, fundado 
en 1998 con la intención de reinterpretar la forma convencional de escuchar 
el sonido y ampliar los límites de la percepción auditiva a niveles más allá 
de los que estamos acostumbrados. Diferentes artistas exploran en este 
contexto los conceptos de micro y macro sonido, como un cuarteto llamado 
Outpost, cuyos Time Based Landscapes, paisajes basados en el tiempo, sirven 
de presentación internacional de las actividades del instituto

The opening for this week’s session from the Institut for Transakustiche 
Forschung, the institute for transacoustic research in Vienna, established 
in 1998 as an attempt of re-interpreting the conventional way of listening 
to sound and expanding the limits of auditive perception to levels beyond 
what we are normally used to. Different artist explore into this context the 
concepts of micro and macro sound. Time Based Landscapes involve the 
international presentation of the Institute’s activities

02. VEENFABRIEK / KYRIAKIDES
Track: -
Album: The Thing Like Us
Label: Unsounds

Colaboración entre el quinteto holandés de contemporánea Veenfabriek y el 
artista sonoro chipriota Yannis Kyriakides, que publica el sello Unsounds 
con el título The Thing Like Us, un encuentro que surgió con el objetivo de 
poner música a un proyecto teatral dedicado al denostado pensador 
racionalista holandés Baruch Spinoza

Meeting between the Dutch contemporary quintet Veenfabriek and Cypriot sound 
artist Yannis Kyriakides to music a theatral project dedicated to the 
stigmatized Dutch rationalist Baruch Spinoza

03. ALEXEI BORISOV / ANTON NIKKILÄ
Track: Doctors and Young Politicians
Album: Typical Human Beings
Label: N&B Research Digest

Typical Human Beings es el título con el que el músico y escritor ruso 
Alexei Borisov y el artista sonoro finlandés Anton Nikkilä firman la primera 
de sus colaboraciones, desde 1994, que ve la luz en formato cd. Edita el N&B 
Research Digest, sello dirigido por ambos desde sus residencias en Moscú y 
Helsinki

Typical Human Beings is the first cd release by the Russian musician and 
writer Alexei Borisov and Finnish sound artist Anton Nikkilä, though their 
collaborations go back to 1994. Releases the N&B Research Digest, their own 
label managed from their residences in Moscow and Helsinki

04. MÜLLER / MÖSLANG
Track: Freelance Frontier
Album: Boom Box
Label: Grob

La primera de las novedades del sello alemán de improvisación GroB esta 
semana es el encuentro entre un investigador de las posibilidades de la 
percusión mediante la electrónica, Günter Müller, y Norbert Moslang, mitad 
del actualmente difunto proyecto de improvisación y manipulación sonora 
hasta el extremo Voice Crack, una reunión que tuvo lugar hace ya tres años 
en Colonia

The first of the new releases of the German improvisation label GroB this 
week is the encounter –Cologne, 2001- between Günter Müller, an investigator 
of the possibilities of percussion through electronics, and Norbert Moslang, 
half of Voice Crack, a late project of improvisation and sound processing to 
the limits

05. ALESSANDRO BOSETTI
Track: 1
Album: Zona
Label: Grob

Nuevo trabajo de Alessandro Bosetti, en este caso junto a Ronny Trocker, al 
saxo soprano, reivindicando un instrumento habitualmente denostado por el 
jazz y la música improvisada. Todas las piezas fueron grabadas en tiempo 
real con 6 micrófonos colocados en diferentes posiciones, con los que 
Bosetti reinterpreta las improvisaciones en la fase de mezcla

New work by Alessandro Bosetti, in this case together with Ronny Trocker, 
with a soprano sax, vindicating an instrument normally neglected in jazz and 
improvisation. All the pieces were recorded in real time with 6 mics placed 
in different locations, with which Bosetti reinterprets the improvisation in 
the mixing process

06. KLAUS FILIP / MATTIN / DEAN ROBERTS / RADU MALTAFFI
Track: 1
Album: Building Excess
Label: Grob

La última de las novedades del sello alemán GroB que te presentamos esta 
semana es otro disco de improvisación en esta ocasión entre cuatro artistas 
con muy diferentes intereses: el programador musical vienés Klaus Filip, el 
investigador electrónico vasco Mattin, el guitarrista norteamericano Dean 
Roberts, conocido por sus grabaciones para Erstwhile, Mille Plateaux o 
Kranky, y el trombonista radical Radu Maltaffi, que inspiró de alguna forma 
este disco con su estética de la pausa
Another GroB release in the field of improvisation, this time between four 
artists with different interests: Vienna musical programmer Klaus Filip, 
Basque sound investigator Mattin, North-American guitar explorer Dean 
Roberts, known for his works for Erswhile, Mille Plateaux or Kranky, and 
radical trombonist Radu Maltaffi, somehow inspiration for the rest of the 
collaborators with his aesthetic of the pause

07. ALEXANDER RISHAUG
Track:  3
Album: Possible Landscape
Label: Asphodel

De GroB pasamos ahora a la compañía Asphodel, con base en San Francisco. 
Segundo álbum del noruego Alexander Rishaug, tras su debut de hace dos años 
en el también noruego sello Smalltown Supersound. Se titula Possible 
Landscape, pero lo interesante reside en el método de creación del disco, 
basado en grabaciones de instrumentos tocados por él mismo en combinación 
con grabaciones de campo procesadas, recreando texturas repletas de detalles

From GroB to the Asphodel label, based in San Francisco. Second album for 
the Norwegian Alexander Rishaug after his debut in Smalltown Supersound. 
Titled Possible Landscape, the work is based around the combination of real 
instruments played by the author himself with processed field recordings, 
creating detailed textures

08. CHRISTIAN MARCLAY
Track: Detroit, December 21, 2002
Album: Djtrio
Label: Asphodel

También desde el sello Asphodel, este es el regreso de Christian Marclay 
cuatro años después de su colaboración con Otomo Yoshihide. Se trata de un 
compositor pionero en el uso de múltiples platos como base de sus 
actuaciones improvisadas como dj. A través de este disco presenta su 
proyecto DjTrio, fundado en 1996, en el que el dj se convierte en un 
instrumentista que trabaja en un contexto colectivo en lugar de limitarse a 
mezclar grabaciones. Para ello, Marclay se ha rodeado en los últimos 8 años 
de un amplio elenco de artistas a la vanguardia de los platos, como el 
propio Otomo Yoshihide, Tom Recchion y Peter Rehberg entre otros, aunque en 
este trabajo colaboran otros cuatro instrumentistas de los platos como 
Toshio Kajiwara, Erik M, DJ Olive y Marina Rosenfeld

Also from Asphodel, the return of Christian Marclay four years after his 
collaboration with Otomo Yoshihide. Marclay is a pioneer composer in the use 
of several turntables as a base for creating and performing. This cd 
presents his DjTrio project, operating since 1996, in which context the 
presence of the dj is re-interpreted as an instrumentist working for a 
collective. With this aim, Marclay has surrounded himself of a wide range of 
avantgarde artists of the turntable, such as Otomo Yoshihide, Tom Recchion 
and Peter Rehberg, though for this work he finds the collaboration of Toshio 
Kajiwara, Erik M, Dj Olive and Marina Rosenfeld

09. FIRES WERE SHOT
Track: Letter Home
Album: Solace
Label: Asphodel

Uno de los cortes que conforman el segundo álbum del dúo de Texas Fires Were 
Shot, formado por los guitarristas John Wilkins y Clay Walton: Solace, un 
disco que también edita Asphodel y del que ya pudiste escuchar un adelanto 
hace unos meses en Onda Sonora

One of the tracks included in the second album by Austin (TX) duo Fires Were 
Shot, formed by the guitarrists John Wilkins and Clay Walton: Solace, 
another Asphodel release that we advanced some months ago in Onda Sonora

10. SZELY
Track: Welcome To My World
Album: Welcome To My World
Label: Mosz

Los sonidos de otro artista vienés, Peter Szely, conocido por sus 
instalaciones de sonido, intervenciones en espacios abiertos y sus trabajos 
de arte radiofónico y en el campo teatral. A pesar de tan extenso 
curriculum, Welcome to My World es su presentación como compositor, un disco 
que edita el sello austríaco Mosz

The sounds of the Vienna artist Peter Szely, known for his sound 
installations, open-air interventions and his works for theatre and radio 
art. Despite of this extense curriculum, Welcome to my World is his 
presentation as a composer

11. THE ANIMAL COLLECTIVE
Track: Baby Day
Album: Who Could Win A Rabbit
Label: Fat Cat

Desde Brooklyn, cerramos la sesión de esta semana en Onda Sonora con The 
Animal Collective, un caótico dúo que ha recibido los elogios de la prensa 
especializada de medio mundo y que retorna con un single extraído de su 
exitoso último trabajo editado por Fat Cat, Sung Tones. Who Could Win A 
Rabbit, el tema titular, se complementa con un corte extra, Baby Day, y una 
pista de video

The end for this week’s session comes from Brooklyn with The Animal 
Collective, a chaotic duo that has received critical acclaim for their last 
LP in Fat Cat, Sung Tones. They return with the single Who Could Win A 
Rabbit, included in the album and complemented here by an extra song and a 
video track

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Well finally-

After switching to a LINUX-based ISP (hooray!), I've now got the
COMPLETE microsound list archive up and running with robust search
capabilities.

All 31,737 messages between October 1999 and July 2004 (380megs
messages, 260megs indexes!) are now available.

you can find it at:

<http://65.109.217.60/microsound.html>

or it's accessible through:

<http://propheticdsire.com>

(NB: I'm moving my entire website over to a new provider, hopefully
before September 1st, so the IP address will dissappear and be replaced
by a propheticdesire address.  I'll let the list know when that
happens...)

As is my modus operandi, things are a bit crude, but I'll tighten them
up over the next month or so.  Please email me here or at
<xxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx> with bugs, suggestions, complaints, etc.

As I spend more time with it, I'll create a microsound TWiki page with
searching tips and revisions notes, but right now, I've got to do
something else with my life...

Hope it delivers the goods,

Tad


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Tad, the microsound archive is a dream come true for me. Thanks for all 
your hard work on this (and thanks for switiching to a Linux server!). I 
know many people on the list appreciate your work as much as I do.

P



> Well finally-
>
> After switching to a LINUX-based ISP (hooray!), I've now got the
> COMPLETE microsound list archive up and running with robust search
> capabilities.
>
> All 31,737 messages between October 1999 and July 2004 (380megs
> messages, 260megs indexes!) are now available.
>
> you can find it at:
>
> <http://65.109.217.60/microsound.html>
>
> or it's accessible through:
>
> <http://propheticdsire.com>
>
> (NB: I'm moving my entire website over to a new provider, hopefully
> before September 1st, so the IP address will dissappear and be replaced
> by a propheticdesire address.  I'll let the list know when that
> happens...)
>
> As is my modus operandi, things are a bit crude, but I'll tighten them
> up over the next month or so.  Please email me here or at
> <xxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx> with bugs, suggestions, complaints, etc.
>
> As I spend more time with it, I'll create a microsound TWiki page with
> searching tips and revisions notes, but right now, I've got to do
> something else with my life...
>
> Hope it delivers the goods,
>
> Tad
>
>
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In the process of providing search capabilties for the list archive, I
learned a bit about how Google works that may be of use to someone:

After a month of waiting, I finally found a place on the Google site
where one could enter a URL, with no guarantee that Google's bots would
visit.

After a second month, I realized that Google had long ago indexed my
page on installing Bill Orcutt's nyptho/python external for Max/MSP, but
nothing else except my homepage.

So Google seems to be very selective about what it indexes, down to the
page level on a site.  If there aren't any links to your page, you're
dead I guess.

So I was in a Catch-22 where no one could use the archive without search
capabilties, but Google wouldn't visit because no one had linked to it
because it didn't have search capabilties...

Best,

Tad


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On 8/18/04 at 4:25 PM, Phil Thomson <xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx> wrote:

> Tad, the microsound archive is a dream come true for me.
> Thanks for all your hard work on this (and thanks for
> switiching to a Linux server!). I know many people on the list
> appreciate your work as much as I do.

Thanks Phil-

There's some amazing exchanges that have gone on: hilarious, angry,
"deep."

Well worth a browse, although I hope it signals a renewal and not an
entombment of microsound...

FYI: you can also download the raw text by month or the complete thing
if you want to process it yourself in some way.  The files conform
roughly to an mbox format, so you can do your own indexing or
Python-ing.

As for LINUX, the combination of that and Darwin on my MacIntosh is
amazing.  Open Source is a profound amplifier!

Best,

Tad


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   according to an ad in the new Wire mag for the Asphodel label, there is a Curtis Roads cd/dvd out, or coming out, doesnt seem to be a date. dvd  features visuals by Brian O Reilly, hopefully its the stuff they showed off at ATP last year. Hoorah i say, been waiting for this for a while. It's called  "Point Line Cloud" btw



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Yes, a thank you is in order. Excellent. tV

> Well finally-
> 
> After switching to a LINUX-based ISP (hooray!), I've now got the
> COMPLETE microsound list archive up and running with robust search
> capabilities.
> 
> All 31,737 messages between October 1999 and July 2004 (380megs
> messages, 260megs indexes!) are now available.
> 
> you can find it at:
> 
> <http://65.109.217.60/microsound.html>
> 
> or it's accessible through:
> 
> <http://propheticdsire.com>
> 
> (NB: I'm moving my entire website over to a new provider, hopefully
> before September 1st, so the IP address will dissappear and be replaced
> by a propheticdesire address.  I'll let the list know when that
> happens...)
> 
> As is my modus operandi, things are a bit crude, but I'll tighten them
> up over the next month or so.  Please email me here or at
> <xxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx> with bugs, suggestions, complaints, etc.
> 
> As I spend more time with it, I'll create a microsound TWiki page with
> searching tips and revisions notes, but right now, I've got to do
> something else with my life...
> 
> Hope it delivers the goods,
> 
> Tad
> 
> 
> <xxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx>
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wow. thanks.

vze26m98 wrote:

> Well finally-
>
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> COMPLETE microsound list archive up and running with robust search
> capabilities.
>
> All 31,737 messages between October 1999 and July 2004 (380megs
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>
> you can find it at:
>
> <http://65.109.217.60/microsound.html>
>
> or it's accessible through:
>
> <http://propheticdsire.com>
>
> (NB: I'm moving my entire website over to a new provider, hopefully
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> happens...)
>
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> up over the next month or so.  Please email me here or at
> <xxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx> with bugs, suggestions, complaints, etc.
>
> As I spend more time with it, I'll create a microsound TWiki page with
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> something else with my life...
>
> Hope it delivers the goods,
>
> Tad
>
> <xxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx>
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Hi all,

Hope you've all been having a great week! Radiothon continues with great
success at Triple R. For those of you who haven't pledged a subscription
yet, Symbiosis will be the last show in this year's Radiothon... you gotta
be in it to win it!

Just came back from an excellent show at First Floor - Andy Smith spinning
Northern Soul.. will be dancing for days off that one.

This week on Symbiosis: Tarab (Eamon Sprod, AUS, Melbourne) comes down to
the show to chat about the 4th installment of the Outer series at BUS
Gallery. Patrick O' Brien has put on another killer lineup for 28th August
including Tarab, Chris Smith, Dure Dara, and Anthony Guerra. Eamon will also
be performing live and will follow the theme of "Home Is Where the Heart
Is". Pluuusssss - all the great tracks that have been submitted along the
same theme.

Coming soon...

29/8: Antiopic label feature - including a full retrospective of the
net-based Allegorical Power series, excerpts of each of the label's
releases, and a chat with David and James.

In the pipeline: Toshimaru Nakamura, Brett Larner, Fallt feature, Ian
Andrews, Philip Samartzis, Dallas Simpson, Listening to the Mind concert

Local events:

Fri 20th: Dynamo Productions @ Hi-Fi Bar // Safe & Sound @ Bourgie

Friday 20 August & Saturday 21 August, 8pm:
The Art of (Sampled) Memory 2 - David Shea (US)
ACMI Cinemas, Federation Square, Flinders Street, Melbourne

Sat 21st: UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL - Composer Seminar Series
5.30pm, at the Cecil Street Studio / 66 Cecil St Fitzroy
Catherine Schieve - Moving Between the Eye and the Ear: 20 Years of Work
with Graphic
Notation and Morphing Media

Mon 23rd: Pateras/Baxter/Brown @ Empress Hotel, Melbourne
Sat 28th: Outer 04 @ BUS Gallery, Melbourne

(got a show to list? let me know...)

Flashback with a twist: http://www.donkeyjohn.com/donkeyjohn/

Until next week, stay safe and warm,

Simon.

listening to: Archive (Mike Hallenbeck) - Immersion: Water Works
watching: The Fog of War
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Show Date: 15/7/04

Guests/Features:
David Shea came down to the show to chat about his performance of "The Art
of (Sampled) Memory 2". It is dedicated to found, stolen and imagined
memories, in the form of sound and image fragments and is realized through
electronic collage. Friday 20 August & Saturday 21 August, ACMI Cinemas
(www.acmi.net.au or www.dshea.net)


Artist :: Track :: Album :: Label


Vladislav Delay :: onttola :: Demo(n) tracks :: Huume Recordings

Arovane :: thaem nue :: Atol Scrap :: Din

SIRC :: through the ringer :: Electronic Emotional Music Vol 1 :: EEM

Kid606 :: together :: PS I Love You :: Mille Plateaux

Team Shadetek :: infamy :: Burnerism :: Warp

Chris Clark :: farewell track :: Empty The Bones Of You :: Warp

Thomas Brinkmann :: clara eins :: Rosa :: Ernst

Opiate :: last dr pepper :: While You Were Sleeping :: April Records

Biosphere :: gravityassist :: Shenzhou :: Touch

- David Shea interview -

Hecker :: stocha acid vlook :: Pandamonium 9 Playlist :: Mego/Synaesthesia

Minit :: now right here (edit) :: Tempo Technik Teamwork :: Staubgold

Matthew Thomas :: approach :: Strewth :: Synaesthesia

J.Frede :: treated 1 (revised) :: Unprepared Piano :: Current Recordings

Quiet American :: donkey trains leaving marpha, nepal :: Phonography.Org Vol
4 :: www.phonography.org

Ben Owen :: 2 :: Leaves Series 009 - Florida Evergades :: Autumn Records

Max Eastley & David Toop :: bandaged moments :: Doll Creature :: Bip-Hop

Greg Davis :: an alternate view of a thicket :: Curling Pond Woods ::
Carpark Records

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Links from this week's show:

Artists

Vladislav Delay: http://www.phinnweb.com/delay/interviews/wire.html
Arovane: http://www.arovane.de/
SIRC: xxxxx@xxxxxxxx.xxx.xx
Kid606: http://www.brainwashed.com/kid606/
Team Shadetek: http://www.wearechangeagent.com/shadetek/
Chris Clark: http://www.warprecords.com/chrisclark/
Thomas Brinkmann: http://www.max-ernst.de/
Opiate: http://www.hobbyind.com/
Biosphere: http://www.notam02.no/~geirje/
David Shea: http://www.dshea.net/
Hecker: http://www.livedigitally.net/sound_FlorianHecker.html
Minit:
http://www.staubgold.com/cgi-bin/staubgold.pl?aktion=start&seite=index_sound
Matthew Thomas: http://www.angbase.com/interviews/matthew_thomas.html
J.Frede: http://www.jfrede.com/
Quiet American: http://www.quietamerican.org/
Ben Owen: http://www.phonography.org/phonographers/o.htm
Max Eastley: http://www.maxeastley.com/
David Toop: http://www.davidtoop.com/
Greg Davis: http://www.carparkrecords.com/greg_davis.html

Labels

Huume Recordings: http://www.huumerecordings.com/
Din: http://www.din-records.de/
EEM: http://eem.i2pi.com/
Mille Plateaux: Label has closed
Warp Records: http://www.warprecords.com/
Ernst: http://www.max-ernst.de/
April Records: http://www.aprilrecords.net/
Touch: http://www.touchmusic.org.uk/
Mego: http://www.mego.at/
Synaesthesia: http://www.synrecords.com/label.html
Staubgold: http://www.staubgold.com/
Current Recordings: http://www.current-recordings.com/
Autumn Records: http://www.autumnrecords.com/
Bip-Hop: http://www.bip-hop.com/
Carpark Records: http://www.carparkrecords.com/


Misc

www.phonography.org
ACMI: www.acmi.net

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BROKEN SLEEP dark ambient/noise glitchcomassault is
still looking for european gigs late-august to
early-october....and january 25-february 6 2005
(primarily in germany)..and even just people who can't
set up a show but would be interested in jamming,
pointing me in the direction of any interesting
events..or putting up a travelling drone-noisician :) 

confirmed shows:

(august 22 vancouver @the brickyard
http://zapan.net/flyer_archive/0000-fm.jpg
w/ captain ahab /atole / zapan / spark / 
the square root of evil / vincent parker)

august 29 vienna @fluc 
(noisecamp: 3days extreme electronic music)
http://www.skug.at/termine/index.php?id=2161
http://noisecamp.com
(w/ pan sonic / one bomb - one target)

september 13 paris @kata bar (elekt-n-dust)
http://freewebs.com/brokensleep/paris1309.jpg
(w/ dave phillips / tourette)

october 6 frankfurt @hohenstaufenstr. 27

elsewhere??..04: prague, belguim, berlin, koln ?? /
05: munich, ulm, hamburg ??

this will be a laptop-based tour (perhaps w. some
external/kinetic input) unlike my effects pedal-based
sets that i played in paris, strasbourg, and leipzig
last year (as "clone")

("broken sleep" aka "clone", "monotonaut") mp3 links:
http://freewebs.com/brokensleep

contact: monotonaut at yahoo dot ca
or dj3dfont at yahoo dot com if you have one of those
'does not accept web-based emails from foreign
servers' deals

cheers, colin

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anyone know of any microsound etc opportunities in india?

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Hi all,

Can anyone recommend a fairly comprehensive history of computing? I'd like 
it to be something of a reference book, and covering the development of 
electronic binary digital computing machines, as well as some words about 
their precursors (difference engine et al.) And it would be great if it 
were reasonably cheap or at least common enough to be found in a 
university or public library.

And of course, any other book recommendations are welcome as well!

Reply on- or off-list.

P


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Feynman Lectures on Computation:
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0738202967/qid=1092960811/sr=8-1/ref=sr_8_xs_ap_i1_xgl14/103-3582918-4167003?v=glance&s=books&n=507846

Ignore the reviews from physicists who wanted a physics book, this is a 
great overview of the foundations of computation with a physics spin.

Would go well with a book on the history side.  Some good background on 
thermodynamics, which is related to information theory, which provides 
good insight into writing maximally interesting music.

        -Sean

Phil Thomson wrote:
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> Can anyone recommend a fairly comprehensive history of computing? I'd 
> like it to be something of a reference book, and covering the 
> development of electronic binary digital computing machines, as well as 
> some words about their precursors (difference engine et al.) And it 
> would be great if it were reasonably cheap or at least common enough to 
> be found in a university or public library.
> 
> And of course, any other book recommendations are welcome as well!
> 
> Reply on- or off-list.
> 
> P
> 
> 
> =========
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there's a great illustrated one called 'computers: an illustrated history' by
christian wurster out on taschen. great pictures of all the old computers
from the ENIAC up. there's some great ads from the sixties too, of all these
beehive haircut models posing sexily around various mainframes. i really love
the design and colour schemes of the old IBM 360s and what not. i'd love a
cray in my place as a sofa. i always wanted to do a bar that had that whole
cray aesthetic... wonder if you can buy 'em on ebay...

g.

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> it to be something of a reference book, and covering the development of
> electronic binary digital computing machines, as well as some words about
> their precursors (difference engine et al.) And it would be great if it
> were reasonably cheap or at least common enough to be found in a
> university or public library.
>
> And of course, any other book recommendations are welcome as well!
>
> Reply on- or off-list.
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> P
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A History of Computing Technology by Michael R. Williams is the most
comprehensive book I've read on the subject.

http://www.computer.org/cspress/CATALOG/bp07739.htm

It should be available in most public libraries - and just about every
university library.

My favorite chapters: "The Analog Animals" and "The Mechanical Monsters"

dan.

On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 20:35:16 -0400, graham miller
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> there's a great illustrated one called 'computers: an illustrated history' by
> christian wurster out on taschen. great pictures of all the old computers
> from the ENIAC up. there's some great ads from the sixties too, of all these
> beehive haircut models posing sexily around various mainframes. i really love
> the design and colour schemes of the old IBM 360s and what not. i'd love a
> cray in my place as a sofa. i always wanted to do a bar that had that whole
> cray aesthetic... wonder if you can buy 'em on ebay...
> 
> g.
> 
> 
> 
> Phil Thomson wrote:
> 
> > Hi all,
> >
> > Can anyone recommend a fairly comprehensive history of computing? I'd like
> > it to be something of a reference book, and covering the development of
> > electronic binary digital computing machines, as well as some words about
> > their precursors (difference engine et al.) And it would be great if it
> > were reasonably cheap or at least common enough to be found in a
> > university or public library.
> >
> > And of course, any other book recommendations are welcome as well!
> >
> > Reply on- or off-list.
> >
> > P
> >
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On 8/20/04 at 12:07 AM, Phil Thomson <xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx> wrote:

> Can anyone recommend a fairly comprehensive history of
> computing? I'd like it to be something of a reference book,
> and covering the development of electronic binary digital
> computing machines, as well as some words about their
> precursors (difference engine et al.) And it would be great if
> it were reasonably cheap or at least common enough to be found
> in a university or public library.
> 
> And of course, any other book recommendations are welcome as
> well!

Phil-

You owe it to yourself to check out the IEEE journal, _Annals in the
History of Computing_.  I can't imagine that any college library
wouldn't have it, or more likely (and better) have it online via
IEEEexplore.

It's amazing.

I'd also put in a vote for Howard Rhiengold's _Tools for Thought_, which
covers a later period in the development of computers, but is a
wonderful book.

Best,

Tad

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I've been lurking on this list for a few weeks now and wanted to post some
mp3's of some music that I've been working on.  The recordings here:
http://www.erstwhile.net/audio/index.php?pdir=1bit&page=audiomenu

are some output from a generative music application that I wrote in QBASIC
about 7 years ago on my 486DX, after my soundblaster died on me and I was
left with only the beeper on my computer to compose music with.  The result
was a study in trying to create polyphonic music using a single, crude
oscillator.  This was accomplished by playing trills as quickly as the
soundcard could handle them (around 200 alterations per second) and playing
a complex melody spread out over several octaves so the ear perceives 2 or
more different "voices" playing in counterpoint (inspired by a particular
movement from a Bach suite for unaccompanied violin (though I don't remember
exactly which one offhand)).  The algorithm for the overall structure of the
works is loosely based on a dodecaphonic technique outlined by Charles
Wourinen in his book "Simple Composition", which combines groups of notes,
and then groups of those groups, to create a composition of nested,
self-similar patterns.
The result inevitably sounds like a primitive video-game rendition of some
short-attention-span punk-prog band like Lightning Bolt.  The 4 mp3's are a
recording of 25 minutes of output from the same initial tone row, and can be
listened to continuously as one composition.
Feedback would be appreciated, and if anybody one here is interested I can
post more recordings of different tone rows, or make the executable
available for download (it's about a 50k DOS executable that should run
under windows XP (the machine I developed the program on still runs
Win98)and will work on any computer w/ a PC speaker.)

Thanks for listening
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tasteful playlist Simon, happy to read toop/eastley in such a good
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thanx for your support
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 hi fellow folks, girls, dudes, buddies.. music lovers.. 
a bunch of news this month: 

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 

CONTENT: 
I. headphone festival documentation 
II. new music + video downloads 
III. live dates, events 
IIII. press mirror 
IV. playlist 

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 

I. HEADPHONE FESTIVAL 2004 DOCUMENTATION 

in the next weeks we will update our project page http://headphone-festival.de 
with a huge load of downloads documenting this year´s streaming event. 
the site will then feature 

- almost all complete live sets as high quality mp3 
- tons of pics 
- and, later: a movie documentation. 

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 

II. NEW MUSIC & VIDEO DOWNLOADS 

brandnew mp3 by Igor Hax: falkner square´s door 
http://www.privatelektro.de/musik/hax%20-%20falkner%20squares%20door.mp3 

****************************************************************

video: Rev. Benn Schippers: Psychicksex Dub: (VideoEdit) . 
download a 3:23 minute clip directed by triPhaze aka. m. brandt : file-format: mpg 
http://www.privatelektro-news.de/video/schipper_psychicksexdub.mpg 

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 

III. LIVE DATES: EVENTS: ART 

mr. sakori alias K. Reid is running an exhibition project called ganghut: 
opening in bristol / UK Spike Island: 27. - 28th August 2004 :: 
Igor Hax & triPhaze are going to present some work there 
(among other very interesting artists and musicans..) 

***************************************************************
the parachute video clip "succeeding where the hippies failed" 
will be screened at the Fringe Festival in Seoul / South Korea / 
as part of the e4oS programm: it will be presented as an exhibition at 
the Art Space [hue] in end of August / September 2004 

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 

IIII. PRESS MIRROR 

some new reviews on the recently released privatelektro compilation 
"a monumental struggle of good vs.evil" 
by de-bug, neural and spex 
read here: 
http://www.privatelektro.de/reviews_monumental_struggle.html 

****************************************************************

feature in the german "Ostseezeitung": 
topic: triPhaze: "music for fish: performance @the garage festival / 
stralsund germany : read: (only in german) 

http://www.ostsee-zeitung.de/st/start_112754_1303263.html 

****************************************************************

triPhaze Interview for resonance FM / London 

http://www.privatelektro-news.de/mp3/triphaze_int_0704.mp3 

44:11 minutes mp3, july 04 
triphaze talking with klexxer / frequenzen about privatelektro and 
especially his new project "music for animals". in the background: 
tracks from "a monumental struggle of good vs. evil" and a couple of 
unreleased triPhaze soloworks. 

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 


IV. Playlist: 

triPhaze / august 

Fat Cat Compilation . Across Uneven Terrain 
aRtonal - best of unreleased (cd002)
Muslimgauze - Salaam Alekum Bastard 
12x50 - Carbon Serie 2003 - Volume 2 
M. Amacher - Sound Character 
Dog Faced Herrmans - (all) 
The Rip-Of Artist - Pump 
Compilation of Scottish Electronic - Alba Absurdia 
Goodspeed Your Black Emperior - Yanqui u.x.o. 
Illáchime Quartet - unreleased promo 
a.f.r.i. studios - goodbye if you call that gone 

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 

thx for your attention. - 
fresh greetings 
the privatelektro - crew! 

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hi

( 04.08.20 13:03 -0700 ) Kim Cascone:
> http://www.lifeaftercapitalism.org/

there is going to be a ton of stuff going on in nyc then. here are some
other resources:
http://www.rncnotwelcome.org
http://www.counterconvention.org
http://www.stillwerise.org
http://www.a31.org
http://rncwatch.typepad.com
http://rncguide.com
http://www.lifeaftercapitalism.org
http://www.nlgnyc.org/RNC.html
http://www.norncposters.org
http://nycplc.mahost.org
http://www.times-up.org/rnc_2004.php
http://www.campshutdown.com

i think it's going to be a major event here in the usa. i know tons of
people are going to show up in central park even though the city has
denied the permit for the rally.

i've been thinking about going myself- any microsounders in nyc who can
put me up for a night or two? maybe we can do laptops in the street for
some impromptu protest music ...

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on 8/19/04 10:53 AM, monotonaut at xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxx.xx wrote:

> anyone know of any microsound etc opportunities in india?

not actually, however i was reading a piece by Robert Nichols 'Daily Lives
in Nghsi-Altai' which is about a fictitious "asian country".

 -couldn't find anything online to cut and paste, yet i type a bit for you
since i found it oddly inspiring:


This is from '6th MILLENIUM TO THE PRESENT/The Explosion of a Theocracy'




 The Deodars retreated further into the woods. Meanwhile their shamans had
become smiths. They set up forges in the deep woods, operated by skin
bellows decorated with feathers; there they worked the metal traded from the
Karsts. They learned how to draw wire: copper, for which there was only an
ornamental use at this time, for jewelry; and steel wire which replaced
catgut for musical instrument strings.

 It was at this time among the Deodars that the forest universities began.
They had originally been hospitals. Diseases had infected the Drunes from
the Rift, among the most serious being syphilis. For some reason the highest
incidence of this was among the former shamans. The disease was cured by
herbal medicine. It has been said the practice of celibacy among the Drune
priesthood originated at this time. In any case a religious revival
transformed the hospitals into monasteries. From monasteries they became
universities.


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I posted to the list a while ago asking for help making videos.  I've 
made my first video and several visual pieces using Processing which I 
would like to share with everyone.

I often try to use mathematical constructs that remind me of the 
natural world to create music and animations.  However, when I made the 
video (Graviconcentrate), I decided to try and find natural things that 
reminded me of algorithms.

Here's the video and Java applets:

http://noise.me.uk/video/

If you like the music I wrote for the video, you can access it here:

http://noise.me.uk/video/graviconcentrate/Graviconcentrate.mp3

Cheers,

Alex Young

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is this taken from the archive????

http://skylined.org/microsound/2004-07/msg00284.html

David
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> major kudos to Tad for setting up the microsound archives! thanks!
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----- Original Message -----
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> is this taken from the archive????
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> http://skylined.org/microsound/2004-07/msg00284.html

Although I don't get your question, you can find that message here:

http://65.109.217.60/microsound/0407/msg00118.html

Best,

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Coming up During the Republican Convention in NYC 
LIVE WEBSTREAM 8-27 thru 9-2

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hi,

just one last note on the August Sound Coaliton during
the RNC. 
- Andrew
*************

a ton will be happening in nyc during the rnc! 

microsounders, mashcore people, psycho-geography
montage sound artists, ill freestyle, field recording
folks, guerilla/DIY/grassroots reporting, noise
meisters etc etc. ->  join up with the August Sound
Coalition. Free 103 folks key in the organizing mix. 
We're recording works now, and there are slots for
live performances.   Check out the A-Noise playlist
preview up now at http://radio.indymedia.org/  

And we need your help, with editing material as it
comes in, doing reports from the protests and *simply*
giving a picture of what is going on, with live call
ins to the studio. We'll be going live starting 8-27.
Relayed near and far, on the web and fm stations.
Enemy Combatant Radio and many others a part of this.
Check out http://radio.socialtechnology.net   And/or
http://www.free103point9.org   Write 
xxxxxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxx.xxx for more info! 

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                       si de passage à bruxelles...




27. 08. 04
BiP_HOp Generation  night # 66
GRATUIT / de 23h. à 06h.
RecyclArt. - Gare Bruxelles-Chapelle // Rue des Ursulines 25 // 1000
Brussel
http://www.recyclart.be


23:00 à 00:00 Philippe Petit présente la musique du label Raster:Noton
VJing : PHASE 04
www.bip-hop.com
www.pandemoniumrecords.com
Fondateur des labels BiP_Hop et Pandemonium Rdz, résident sur Radio
Grenouille, co-fondateur et résident DJ des soirées Playschool, Dj/ip
est devenu une
référence et une personnalité respecté dans le milieu electronica
international.
Dj/ip se spécialise dans les sons  electronica, avant-hip-hop, ambient,
dubby ou minimal-techno. Sur scène, il utilise 2 platines CD + un laptop
qui lui permet
de rajouter des couches sonores. Ces amalgames sont constitués de
sonorités qui empruntent à la science-fiction, de guitares préparées, de
divers clicks,
électro-acousticismes ou field recordings qui forment un tapis sonore et
donnent une profondeur de champs vertigineuse à l'ensemble. Il improvise
souvent au
gré des fréquences de sa radio dont la molette tourne à toute vitesse
mêlant et entremêlant les ondes. Philippe Petit aime ainsi varier les
plaisirs. Tout comme
les disques qui sortent chez BiP_HOp, ses sets se suivent mais ne se
ressemblent pas.. Ce soir, en guise d'introduction, préparation au set
de Komet, Philippe
ne jouera que des extraits du catalogue du label allemand dirigé par
Bretschneider, Carsten Nicolai et Olaf Bender (Byetone).


00:00 à 00:50 FRANK BRETSCHNEIDER aka KOMET (live - Allemagne) (Mille
Plateaux/Raster:Noton/BiP_HOp)
Live image / son
L’allemand Frank Bretschneider  est bien connu pour ses albums de techno
minimale chez Mille Plateaux dans le genre click n’ cut et demeure un
producteur
décisif dans la sphère électronique. Il est également le co-fondateur
(avec Carsten Nicolai en 96) du prestigieux label Art Digital
Contemporain, Raster:Noton,
dont l’ambition est. de faire passer une musique répetitive minimale
dans le format pop. Komet joue une musique physique dont les sub-bass
font vrombir
nos estomacs, mais reste minimale ou comme préfère la qualifier son
créateur : "économique".


00:50 à 01:40 SI-CUT.DB (live - UK) (BiP_HOp / Background / Sprawl /
Fällt)
VJing : PHASE 04
http://home.earthlink.net/~efrans/benford
http://www.dfuse.com/sprawl/
Si-cut.db signe pour BiP_Hop ou Background/Touch Of Class un dub digital
enivrant et posé. Le londonien Douglas Benford fait de la musique
électronique
depuis le début des années 90, il est aussi la moitié du double Tennis
et le fondateur du label et des soirées Sprawl (connu pour ses fêtes
virtuelles ou ses
performances de platines sérieusement malmenées…). Un récent album vient
de paraître chez Highpointlowlife ainsi que deux titres sur les
compilations
Background (aux côtés de Sutekh, Akufen, Andy Vaz…). Si-cut.db est
également apparu sur le très couru Warpmart sampler, a travaillé avec
Scanner, Anderw
Weatherall ou Add N’ to X. Il vient d’achever la réalisation d’un nouvel
album pour BiP_HOp : "from tears : beach archive" [bleep 28]
Une personnalité influente à plus d’un titre.


01:40 à 03:40 dj/xx@xxx-xxx.xxx (BiP_HOp) ElectroFlash mix
VJing : PHASE 04
Philippe Petit anime BiP_HOp.
Lorsqu'il mixe, il cherche à faire danser les gens, à développer la
culture de ses auditeurs, c'est à dire les divertir, les surprendre, les
emmener hors du
quotidien. Le contenu d'un mix est donc primordial et la technique doit
venir en appui créatif et ajouter une note live à l'enchaînement des
enregistrements, de
sorte que la prestation du Dj soit un vrai spectacle vivant. Pour
l'occasion il mixera un set rassemblant uniquement des titres joués,
chantés ou composés par
des "droles de dames", très electro rythmé, ludique. Un ElectroFlash !!!

http://www.bip-hop.com


03:40 à 04:40 PAN/TONE (live - Canada) (BiP_HOp / Ladomat / Onitor /
Background / Sub-Static)
VJing : Obtic
www.techno.ca/pantone
Pan/Tone est l'une des révélations de la scène techno minimale
canadienne, promu “Best Techno Act, 2003” par le magazine NOW, ses
prestations ont été
très remarquées lors des festivals MUTEK (Montréal, Canada), et AVANT
MUTEK (Toronto, Canada) ou North by Northwest.
Pan/Tone joue régulièrement en Europe et au Japon. Sa discographie est
riche de 28 enregistrements parus sur des labels tels que Sub Static,
Revolver,
Background Records… Cette année sera celle de sa consécration puisqu'il
sort un Maxi sur B-Pitch Control, un album sur Onitor, et un autre chez
Ladomat,
un Maxi chez SubStatic... Et le double CD chez BiP_HOp : "newfound urban
calm" (+ CD bonus de remixes) [bleep 26/27].


04:40 à 05:30 Gilles Obtic (live)
Gilles Berne présentera un mix de sa musique avec ses images.
Obtic explore le montage vidéo en temps réel, utilisant tables et
logiciels de mix.Par ce truchement, Obtic quitte le monde audiovisuel
pour une dimension
audiographique, créant une ligne de rencontre entre l'image et ce
qu'elle suggère, le son et ce qu'il pénètre. La mise en scène d'un
inédit visuel explore l'espace
live des musiques électroniques et permet l'élaboration d'une écriture
sans cesse en renouvellement d'histoires et de sens. Obtic cherche ainsi
des trames
oniriques et séquentielles, à 25 images seconde, des corps en suspension
sur des rythmes et sur des fréquences synthétiques. Leur conscience d'un
visuel
alerte est dirigée non vers une application effective de ce que nous
voyons mais de ce que nous pouvons projeter à distance.
Le monde et son image, la résultante et le sensible libéré des circuits
classiques de projection pour que l'image devienne sonore sans discours.

Les images d'Obtic accompagneront aussi la musique de Pan/Tone.


Vidéos :

-- PHASE 04 (Cleveland / Ohio - USA)  Images / mix vidéo
Ric Hudgins est le vidéaste du groupe Twine, aussi animateur sur Pirate
TV, télépirate anglaise montée par Coldcut. Ses vidéos accompagnent les
sets de
Philippe Petit (BiP_HOp) partout ou il joue. Issus des arts-plastiques,
il retravaille et s’approprie les images, usant de techniques et
démarches (collage,
sampling, mixage) particulièrement proches de celles du DJ qu'il
accompagne. Un raz de marée pixelesque où se succédent ondes et vagues
statiques...  Phase
04 déconstruit la vidéo qui retrouve sa nature originelle puis il la
retravaille, la remonte, miroir accompli d'un combat visuel entre le
monde des êtres de chair et
celui inanimé des hommes et de leurs machines.






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rather off topic, but...
i'll be in NY from 25 oct. till 2 nov. has anybody got any suggestions to
what might be happening? events, shows, exhibitons etc
Also if there's any opportunity of getting to play some heavy drone, deep
ambient live, i'd appreciate your contact and please do so off-list.
~Lars

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23rd August: Wäldchengarten - Uncomfortable Positions - mp3-ep on Fukk God
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low end rumblings >>> www.waldchengarten.dk
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for those of you in berlin -

this friday, august 27th i will play solo and a duo set with sound artist ed osborn at parochial church, berlin mitte.

please say hi if you're around.
best wishes
 - stephan

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INVITATION "SUITE IN PAROCHIAL"
        
August 11th - September 12th 2004

For one month Parochial Church of Berlin Mitte becomes an experimental
area in arts of space, music and vision - a progression of electro-acoustical music with an exclusive international lineup. Round 2 starts this thursday:


THURSDAY, AUGUST 27.2004, tower hall

20.30 h "soirée électronique" NOISE with Frank Gertich
23.00 h "suite nuit"
              I.   Frank Bretschneider (D)
              II.  Steve Roden (USA)
              III. music: Frank Bretschneider + Steve Roden
                    video: lillevän + Alexej Paryla


FRIDAY, AUGUST 27.2004 tower hall

20.30 h "soirée électronique" THING with Frank Gertich
23.00 h "suite nuit"
              I.   Stephan Mathieu (D)
              II.  Ed Osborn (USA)
              III. music: Stephan Mathieu + Ed Osborn
                    video: lillevän + Alexej Paryla


SATURDAY, AUGUST 28.2004 tower hall

20.30 h "soirée électronique" BODY with Frank Gertich
23.00 h "suite nuit"
              I.   Hans Peter Kuhn (D)
              II.  Asmus Tietchens (D)
              III. music: Hans Peter Kuhn + Asmus Tietchens
                    video: lillevän + Alexej Paryla


Door: 10 EUR / 7 EUR (red.)


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SUITE IN PAROCHIAL consists of three modules:
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Robert Henke's interactice installation ATLANTIC WAVE TERMINALS connects rooms up in the belltower. Its sounds move inside and between the chambers. 
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The listening room SOIREE ELECTRONIQUE traces history of electro-acoustical music from the 20th to the 21st century. Along different facets of sound you will enjoy historically unique recordings.
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SUITE NUIT creates a joint composition of visual and acoustical spaces by different artists working together based on the given location. The spatial situation and the arrangement of media functions as an instrument which will be interpreted individually by the artists. An evening in the course of suite nuit is designed by one sound artist and by one musician whose collaboration will be completed by two video artists. This first-time teamwork of artists from the area of sound installations, musicians and composers of electronic music and video artists is meant to be programmatic. Suite nuit develops at all in all nine evenings unique rooms, a suite of spatial compositions of sound and vision at one location. 

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i'd like to make you all aware of kim cascone's workshop at STEIM:

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

STEIM workshop announcement:

Emergent Content Creation Using Simple Genetic Algorithms
By Kim Cascone

The workshop will be 4 days, held from October 21 - 24, 2004.
The deadline for applications is October 1st, to enable Kim to start 
communicating with the applicants before the actual workshop.

The course cost is €160. Registration is required and places are 
limited to 12.

The concept for this workshop was inspired by John Maeda’s "Human 
Powered Computer Experiment" (http://www.imrf.or.jp/HPCE.html). In this 
experiment Maeda recreated the internal operations of a simple computer 
using people to physically transport handwritten instructions and data 
to and from the CPU, RAM, FPU, etc. Participating in this type of 
experiment enables one to best learn abstract concepts using their body 
as a medium.

In similar spirit, this workshop develops a group workflow using the 
model of a simple genetic algorithm (SGA) with the end result being an 
emergent work of music/sound art.

Participants need only bring a laptop (Ethernet and/or Wi-Fi card is 
needed), their favorite audio software tools, a web browser and a 
spirit of experimentation and exploration.

For more info visit the workshops section at http://www.steim.nl, send 
an email to workshops [at] steim [dot] nl, contact Kim directly (kim 
[at] anechoicmedia [dot] com) or see 
http://www.steim.org/steim/SGA_OSWorkshop_v1_3.pdf.

Date: October 21st - October 24rd 2004
Place: STEIM, Achtergracht 19, Amsterdam

STEIM                                        
(studio for electro instrumental music)
(studio voor elektro instrumentale muziek)        

Achtergracht 19
1071 WL Amsterdam
Nederland

tel 00 31 (0) 20 6228690
fax 00 31 (0) 20 6264262
WEB SITE : http://www.steim.nl

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


[]

   robert van heumen

   sound @ hardhatarea
   http://hardhatarea.com

   projects & system admin @ steim
   http://www.steim.nl

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Hi People

I was just wondering if anyone had used the waveboy grainstorm effects on an
ensoniq sampler? It is a realtime granular effect I noticed mentioined in
Curtis Rhodes's microsound. You can check it out here :
http://www.waveboy.com/demolition.htm
regards
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I hardly ever see Amazon book lists that are convincing arguments for
further exploration.  Found this  one by Douglas Kahn that I thought
folks might enjoy:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/listmania/list-browse/-/
AVWZB6EIB9Y4/qid=1093378504/sr=5-2/ref=sr_5_2/102-0292037-8789717

Best,

Tad

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I've shifted all my files over to my new ISP and am going to move my
domain name, <propheticdesire.com>

Have no idea whether my cancelling my account with my current ISP will
cause the current site to go down, but you can reach the archives at:

http://65.109.217.60

Hopefully, everything will go smoothly.

Ha!

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on 8/24/04 11:26 AM, dave at xxxx@xxxxxxxx.xxx wrote:

> Hi People
> 
> I was just wondering if anyone had used the waveboy grainstorm effects on an
> ensoniq sampler? It is a realtime granular effect I noticed mentioined in
> Curtis Rhodes's microsound. You can check it out here :
> http://www.waveboy.com/demolition.htm
> regards
> dave
> 
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I tried them on my asr. They were pretty sweet!

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Urban Noise
Saturday, August 28th, 10 - 11 PM
The*Space, 125 W. 4th St., LA
in conjunction with Art in Motion and the Groop
http://www.esp.la/noise.html

Composers:
J. Frede (Los Angeles)
Marcelo Radulovich (San Diego)
Sutekh (San Francisco)

Performers:
custom auto drivers*
As a collaboration between electronic music composers and custom car 
enthusiasts, Urban Noise will showcase audio works that would be played and 
performed by customized automobiles. This project will present four 
electronic sound and music works specifically designed for quadrophonic 
presentation, whereby the separate elements will be played by moving 
vehicles that traverse an urban space. The specific acoustics of the outdoor 
setting alters the performative context-the converging and diverging 
patterns of sound creates a new context for musical and sonic presentation.

Bringing two different communities together for Urban Noise is meant to 
promote creative collaboration and to renew a sense of civic engagement 
through public performance. This outdoor sound and music event will occur as 
a stand alone event in the Bank District in downtown Los Angeles.
* discussion with custom auto companies is on-going; final determination by 
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hi all, 

 i will make an outdoor performance in front of "Galerie ATTITUDE" (next to
a "vernissage" on Raster-Noton exhibition)

it's tomorrow  26.08.04 6 PM .

it's all i know, more details on La Batie website http://www.batie.ch

more infos on List and others personal performances soon .

thanks for your attention

all the best 

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hi all, 

 i will make an outdoor performance in front of "Galerie ATTITUDE" (next to
a "vernissage" on Raster-Noton exhibition)

it's tomorrow  26.08.04 6 PM .

it's all i know, more details on La Batie website http://www.batie.ch

more infos on List and others personal performances soon .

thanks for your attention

all the best 

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hi list,

anyone here from Dallas or have connections for venues/event 
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Symbiosis

Experimental Sound Textures and Rhythms
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Hi all,

Thanks to everyone for the superb support during radiothon. Eamon's
performance last week was both an aural and a visual treat (boiling kettles
and billies in the studio)!

This week on Symbiosis (29/8): Antiopic label feature - including a full
retrospective of the net-based Allegorical Power series, excerpts of
each of the label's releases, and a chat with David and James.

In the pipeline: Toshimaru Nakamura, Brett Larner, Fallt feature, Ian
Andrews, Philip Samartzis, Dallas Simpson, Listening to the Mind
concert, Anthony Guerra

Local events:

Sat 28th: Outer 04 @ BUS Gallery, Melbourne

Sunday 29th:  Wesley Anne, 250 High St, Northcote. 7PM.

Anthony Guerra / Dave Brown / Arek Gulbenkoglu Trio
Andrew Barrie+assistant(s)
Felicity Managan
Snawklor

Sunday 29th: Triosk meets Jan Jelinek @ Loop

(got a show to list? let me know...)

Until next week,

Simon.
listening to: Mnoki - Trees In Movement
watching: Elf
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Show Date: 22/8/04

Guests/Features:
Tarab (Eamon Sprod, AUS, Melbourne) live-to-air performance and chat
about Outer 04 @ BUS Gallery.

Artist :: Track :: Album :: Label

Mnoki :: autumn tree in movement :: Trees In Movement :: Conv Net.Lab

Icarus :: essen :: I Tweety The Birdy Electric :: Leaf

Ai Yamamoto :: piano :: cdr from artist :: xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx

Philip Samartzis & Tim Catlin :: improvisation #1 :: Outer 02 :: BUS
Gallery

Anthony Guerra :: final spool :: Outer 04 :: BUS Gallery

- interview with Tarab / live performance

Dur-e Dara :: once upon a time :: Outer 04 :: BUS Gallery

Joe Milutis :: garage music :: CDR from artist :: xxxxxxx@xxx.xx.xxx

My Fun :: hampton :: http://www.thelandof.org :: xxxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx

Archive :: some other day :: Immersion :: Insides Music

Dallas Simpson :: fireworks :: http://www.waterpump.f9.co.uk/ ::
xxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xx.xx.xx

Deadbeat :: head over heels :: Something Borrowed, Something Blue ::
Scape

Mikael Stavostrand :: introvert :: OFFF 03 :: Red Musical

SND :: 0001 7a.1 :: Stdio :: Mille Plateaux

Murcof :: maiz :: Martes :: Leaf

Jet Jaguar :: there's a choice we're making :: Autumnature :: Autumn
Records

SchneiderTM :: reality check :: Zoomer :: Mute

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Links from this week's show:

Artists

Mnoki (Johan Gustavsson (Tsukimono, Scraps on Tape, Broken Concrete)):
http://music.mechanizedmind.com/Tsukimono.html
Icarus: http://www.icarus.nu/
Ai Yamamoto:
http://www.sounddesign.unimelb.edu.au/web/biogs/P000511b.htm
Philip Samartzis: http://www.philipsamartzis.com/
Tim Catlin: http://www.abc.net.au/arts/adlib/stories/s892426.htm
Anthony Guerra: http://www.twothousandand.com/people.htm
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My Fun (Justin Hardiman): xxxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx /
http://www.thelandof.org
Archive: http://www.juniorbirdman.com/archive/
Dallas Simpson: xxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xx.xx.xx /
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Deadbeat: http://www.sinewaves.it/deadbeat.htm
Mikael Stavostrand: http://www.mitek-web.net/artists/stavostrand.html
SND: anyone? At the last search I came up with the Serbian National
Defence... Hmmm.
Murcof: http://www.murcof.com/
Jet Jaguar: (the artist) http://www.nonwrestler.com/jj.htm
(the toy) http://godzilla.monstrous.com/jet_jaguar.htm
SchneiderTM: http://www.schneidertm.com/

Labels

Conv net.lab: http://www.con-v.org/
Leaf: http://www.theleaflabel.com/
Insides Music: http://www.insidesmusic.com/
Scape: http://www.scape-music.de/
Red Musical: http://www.redmusical.net/
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Mute: http://www.mute.com/

Misc

BUS Gallery: http://www.bus117.com/

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Hi Dave, list,

I have used this effect with both an EPS-16+ and an ASR-10. I found it
very useful for both, but the EPS must have difficulty proccessing all
that data, because it would clip horrendously. Not an altogether bad
result, but there is no way to get rid of it. On the ASR it is much
smoother, and more like software granular synths. 

For hardware, I think its implementation is very robust. You can assign
a midi controller or modulator to any parameter. I particularly (haha)
like the way it spreads grains over the stereo field. 

-Tim
 
> Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2004 16:26:04 +0100
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> Hi People
> 
> I was just wondering if anyone had used the waveboy grainstorm effects on
> an
> ensoniq sampler? It is a realtime granular effect I noticed mentioined in
> Curtis Rhodes's microsound. You can check it out here :
> http://www.waveboy.com/demolition.htm
> regards
> dave
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> http://www.villagevoice.com/issues/0434/essay.php

[article is about people intentionally appreciating the sometimes absurd,
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That's funny, I didn't know there was a minimovement around thees
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They certainly can catch the eye and ear; I've been collecting these, I've
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List members:

Has anyone ever done an outdoor sound piece involving electronics? 
Specifically, this will be a freestanding sculpture in a park 
setting, and I want for it to play a piece presented from either a CD 
or DVD... I am thinking that the sound will have to be broadcast w/ 
wireless signal somehow, but it's an area that I'm unfamiliar with...

Most of the outdoor sound sculptures I have seen have been 
wind-powered (ie. the sound element reacts to the wind)

Also wondering about weather/waterproof speakers, components, etc...

If anyone has any opinions or technological advice I'd appreciate it, 
either on or off list.

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Mark Laliberte


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mark email me privatly tommarow I can give you some good pointers....
neil...


On Thu, 26 Aug 2004, Mark Laliberte wrote:

> List members:
>
> Has anyone ever done an outdoor sound piece involving electronics?
> Specifically, this will be a freestanding sculpture in a park
> setting, and I want for it to play a piece presented from either a CD
> or DVD... I am thinking that the sound will have to be broadcast w/
> wireless signal somehow, but it's an area that I'm unfamiliar with...
>
> Most of the outdoor sound sculptures I have seen have been
> wind-powered (ie. the sound element reacts to the wind)
>
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>
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> either on or off list.
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> Thanks,
> Mark Laliberte
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postponed - 


Urban Noise
Saturday, August 28th, 10 - 11 PM
The*Space, 125 W. 4th St., LA
in conjunction with Art in Motion and the Groop
http://www.esp.la/noise.html

Composers:
J. Frede (Los Angeles)
Marcelo Radulovich (San Diego)
Sutekh (San Francisco)

Performers:
custom auto drivers*


postponed - 

due to a serious car crash with one of the custom car drivers.... no fatalities but it was serious enough to keep the event from happening,,, the event will be rescheduled when the organizers find new drivers. . . sorry for the inconvenience
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I live in Sweden but will follow the events tomorrow via the web... It's
interesting to see how it will play out. Kinda scary how protesting has been
angled to become something almost un-democratic when it is the very core of
democracy at stake...

Joakim
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On Thu, 26 Aug 2004 15:51:16 -0700 (PDT), Aaron Ximm <xxxxx@xxxx.xxx> wrote:
> They certainly can catch the eye and ear; I've been collecting these, I've
> got a couple hundred messages cached with the intention to collect them
> all into a chapbook of sorts. I thought it would be nice to hand-bind
> some, perhaps set in conjunction with hand-colored versions of magnified
> pixelated images -- paint-by-numbers for few-thousand square images.

(note: I've been a lurker for a month or two; I was going to lurk
until I had something of a musical nature to add to the discussion,
but I figured this is a good time as any to start posting...)

I too have been collecting these spam messages for some
as-yet-to-be-determined art (video and/or audio) project.  Another
thing I find interesting is the short bits of real literature that
sometimes gets inserted; it's as if you're playing a game whereby you
take a book, turn to a random page, and read only a certain paragraph
on that page.  It's interesting to see small sections of a novel taken
completely out of their context.

Anyway, as I said, I've been collecting and saving my spam messages
since April and have a little over 6200 message now (hmm...that works
out to be around 50 per day, yikes!)  If anybody wants a corpus of
spam messages to work from, drop me a line, and I can zip/tar.gz my
stash.

cheers,

nick

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Its interesting to see some of this technology being used. It seems to have
been around for quite a while now.  There are some interesting articles in
the "Amok Journal"  on ultra and infrasound.
dave
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"kinda scary how protesting has been angled to become
something almost un-democratic...."

here in the states, dissent is seen not so much as
un-democratic as un-patriotic, which is the big
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"here in the states, dissent is seen not so much as
un-democratic as un-patriotic, which is the big
post9/11 social evil."

Which is the big social evil? That people in the states think dissent is un-patriotic, or that people dissent (which people in the states consider un-patriotic)?

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"It's just an unlicensed version of UNIX."

http://www.techworld.com/opsys/news/index.cfm?newsid=2138

Anyone know more about this whole SCO thing?

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Hi Nick,

The spam messages that you've been collecting sounds interesting.
If you don't mind sharing your collection, I would appreciate a copy.

My intent is to shuffle some lines to create a found poem.

Thanks,

Ray Craig
San Francisco

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On Thu, 26 Aug 2004 15:51:16 -0700 (PDT), Aaron Ximm <xxxxx@xxxx.xxx> wrote:
> They certainly can catch the eye and ear; I've been collecting these, I've
> got a couple hundred messages cached with the intention to collect them
> all into a chapbook of sorts. I thought it would be nice to hand-bind
> some, perhaps set in conjunction with hand-colored versions of magnified
> pixelated images -- paint-by-numbers for few-thousand square images.

(note: I've been a lurker for a month or two; I was going to lurk
until I had something of a musical nature to add to the discussion,
but I figured this is a good time as any to start posting...)

I too have been collecting these spam messages for some
as-yet-to-be-determined art (video and/or audio) project.  Another
thing I find interesting is the short bits of real literature that
sometimes gets inserted; it's as if you're playing a game whereby you
take a book, turn to a random page, and read only a certain paragraph
on that page.  It's interesting to see small sections of a novel taken
completely out of their context.

Anyway, as I said, I've been collecting and saving my spam messages
since April and have a little over 6200 message now (hmm...that works
out to be around 50 per day, yikes!)  If anybody wants a corpus of
spam messages to work from, drop me a line, and I can zip/tar.gz my
stash.

cheers,

nick

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i don't know if that was rhetorical, but i guess it
depends on who you are/which group you find yourself
in.
to most people, i think, or at least the ones with
common sense, the "social evil" is that people imagine
dissent to be unpatriotic.


> 
> Which is the big social evil? That people in the
> states think dissent is un-patriotic, or that people
> dissent (which people in the states consider
> un-patriotic)?
> 
> Greg
> 
> 
> http://www.ruccas.org/artists/Spagirus/index.html
> 
> http://ivdt.net/spagirus.html
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>"It's just an unlicensed version of UNIX."
>http://www.techworld.com/opsys/news/index.cfm?newsid=2138
>Anyone know more about this whole SCO thing?

See: http://www.groklaw.net/article.php?story=20040722135616439

AvS

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       |             http://www.xs4all.nl/~schreck/                 |
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     ` |Patches      http://www.xs4all.nl/~schreck/html/pat.html    |
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>>"It's just an unlicensed version of UNIX."
>>http://www.techworld.com/opsys/news/index.cfm?newsid=2138
>>Anyone know more about this whole SCO thing?
>See: http://www.groklaw.net/article.php?story=20040722135616439


Maybe even better, check groklaw's archive:
http://www.groklaw.net/staticpages/index.php?page=20030831173953678

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    `  |# -laboratory for live electro-acoustic music- #            |
       |             http://www.schreck.nl/                         |
       |             http://www.xs4all.nl/~schreck/                 |
     ` *===========================================================++
     ` |Compositions http://www.xs4all.nl/~schreck/html/compo.html  |
     ` |Samples      http://www.xs4all.nl/~schreck/html/samp.html   |
     ` |Patches      http://www.xs4all.nl/~schreck/html/pat.html    |
     ` |Videos       http://www.xs4all.nl/~schreck/html/video.html  |

     ` |Scores       http://www.xs4all.nl/~schreck/html/scores.html |

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--Phil Thomson <xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx> [040827 10:17]:
> 
> "It's just an unlicensed version of UNIX."
> 
> http://www.techworld.com/opsys/news/index.cfm?newsid=2138
> 
> Anyone know more about this whole SCO thing?

I know quite bit about it and have read a good number of the court
filings.  IMO the whole thing is going to end in a fashion similiar to
when Unix System Labs sued BSDi in the early 90's, claiming they stole
code from Unix and stuck it in BSD.  Except this time there will
probably be a more definitive conclusion since IBM appears to want to
validate the GPL and squash SCO.

See http://www.groklaw.net/ if you haven't already.

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--- Brian Klein <xxxxxxx@xxxxx.xxx> wrote:
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depends on who you are/which group you find yourself
in.
to most people, i think, or at least the ones with
common sense, the "social evil" is that people imagine
dissent to be unpatriotic."



My question wasn't rhetorical. I was simply trying to disambiguate the original statement and inquire which of the two possible meanings Mr. Kruger was trying to convey. Though I would also agree that the real evil is that dissent is seen as un-patriotic, which is something the 'founding fathers' (who, ironically, so many of the folks in the 'dissent is un-patriotic and therefore evil' camp want to appeal to and/or worship) would have agreed with (not that I myself worship in the congregation of the 'founding fathers', but I still find this irony amusing). But neverminding all the political stuff my wheels are turning on this HSS and possible implications for a purely sonic musickal production interface (i.e. a non-visual, non-tactile interface that even blind people could use to create musick/sound art and sighted people could use without concern for visually biased mediation in sound production). Possibly more on that later. I'm working on an article about the idea.

Greg


http://www.ruccas.org/artists/Spagirus/index.html

http://ivdt.net/spagirus.html



--- Brian Klein <xxxxxxx@xxxxx.xxx> wrote:
i don't know if that was rhetorical, but i guess it
depends on who you are/which group you find yourself
in.
to most people, i think, or at least the ones with
common sense, the "social evil" is that people imagine
dissent to be unpatriotic.


> 
> Which is the big social evil? That people in the
> states think dissent is un-patriotic, or that people
> dissent (which people in the states consider
> un-patriotic)?
> 
> Greg
> 
> 
> http://www.ruccas.org/artists/Spagirus/index.html
> 
> http://ivdt.net/spagirus.html
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Hi everyone,

I've gotten a couple requests for the e-mails so I'll just post the link:

http://www.mimeme.net/spam_emails.tar.gz

It's about 9.3MB.  Go easy: my poor PII (which is getting replaced
soon!) and slow cable upload link will thank you ;-)

nick


On Fri, 27 Aug 2004 10:18:47 -0700, Craig, Ray
<xxx.xxxxx@xxxxxxxxxxx.xxx> wrote:
> Hi Nick,
> 
> The spam messages that you've been collecting sounds interesting.
> If you don't mind sharing your collection, I would appreciate a copy.
> 
> My intent is to shuffle some lines to create a found poem.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Ray Craig
> San Francisco
> 
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: nick knouf [mailto:xxxxxx@xxxxx.xxx]
> Sent: Friday, August 27, 2004 7:14 AM
> To: microsound
> Subject: Re: [microsound][ot] rnd text poetry
> 
> On Thu, 26 Aug 2004 15:51:16 -0700 (PDT), Aaron Ximm <xxxxx@xxxx.xxx> wrote:
> > They certainly can catch the eye and ear; I've been collecting these, I've
> > got a couple hundred messages cached with the intention to collect them
> > all into a chapbook of sorts. I thought it would be nice to hand-bind
> > some, perhaps set in conjunction with hand-colored versions of magnified
> > pixelated images -- paint-by-numbers for few-thousand square images.
> 
> (note: I've been a lurker for a month or two; I was going to lurk
> until I had something of a musical nature to add to the discussion,
> but I figured this is a good time as any to start posting...)
> 
> I too have been collecting these spam messages for some
> as-yet-to-be-determined art (video and/or audio) project.  Another
> thing I find interesting is the short bits of real literature that
> sometimes gets inserted; it's as if you're playing a game whereby you
> take a book, turn to a random page, and read only a certain paragraph
> on that page.  It's interesting to see small sections of a novel taken
> completely out of their context.
> 
> Anyway, as I said, I've been collecting and saving my spam messages
> since April and have a little over 6200 message now (hmm...that works
> out to be around 50 per day, yikes!)  If anybody wants a corpus of
> spam messages to work from, drop me a line, and I can zip/tar.gz my
> stash.
> 
> cheers,
> 
> nick
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McLUHAN AS MUSIC

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An interactive workshop with media scholar GERRY FIALKA

SPONTO GALLERY
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Sunday, August 29, 2004, 2:00-5:00PM

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Music outsider Gerry Fialka will examine Marshall McLuhan's probe: 
"Song is slowed-down speech. The reason cultures have different 
musical tastes is ultimately connected to language difference" by 
surveying the anti-hits of The Shaggs, Igor Stravinsky's Harvard 
lectures (attempting to prove that music is an expression of itself 
and nothing more), Korla Pandit's "Universal Language of Music" 
philosophy, The Mothers Of Invention's employment of Sprechstimme, 
Ornette Coleman's harmolodic theory, John Oswald's Plunderphonics, 
and air molecule sculptures by Captain Beefheart, George Russell and 
Sun Ra. "Music is the Mother art"-Frank Lloyd Wright. "The best music 
does not want to be recorded" -Tom Waits. The participants will 
employ McLuhan's Tetrad (four questions to uncover the hidden 
environments and effects of human inventions) to explore the art of 
composing music, and much more. With very special live music guests.

TETRAD:
1) What does music enhance or intensify?
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Gerry Fialka's interviews (with the likes of Horace Silver, George 
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have been published in LA JAZZ SCENE, JAZZ NEWS, BIRD, and FLIPSIDE, 
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"Gerry Fialka is very special; sincere, well prepared and ready to 
take risks - I learned things about my self! My kind of interviewer." 
-Martin Perlich, author "The Art of the Interview". Perlich's 
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Isaac Stern, Pierre Boulez, Andre Watts, Yo-Yo Ma among many others.

Gerry Fialka has hosted the Marshall McLuhan-Finnegans Wake Reading 
Club since 1995. Visit: jesgrew.org/wake/

"Let us leave theories there and return to here's hear."
- James Joyce, FINNEGANS WAKE

In the film SPACE IS THE PLACE, Sun Ra travels in a rocket ship 
propelled by music as fuel.

Jazz pioneer Jon Hendricks declared that Charlie Yardbird Parker 
performs "the highest form of talking ever invented."

>From the journal RENASCENE, in words that echoed T.S. Eliot's 
>definition of "auditory imagination," McLuhan's article treated 
>"words not merely as signs but as things with a mysterious life of 
>their own which could be controlled and released by establishing 
>exact relationships, rhythmic and harmonic, with other words."

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Contenidos Onda Sonora (Radio Sesiones Experimentales) 25-08-2004

01. ALVIN CURRAN / DOMENICO SCIAJNO
Track: Someone To Watch Over what
Album: Our Ur
Label: Rossbin

Abrimos la sesión de esta semana desde el sello Rossbin, con el nuevo 
trabajo del compositor norteamericano Alvin Curran, que recientemente 
publicaba un disco de música electrónica dividido en cuatro cortes, en su 
mayoría creados en colaboración con el programador siciliano Domenico 
Sciajno, con el que ya había colaborado en múltiples ocasiones para 
diferentes campos como la radio, instalaciones y performances... aunque, 
para empezar la sesión de esta semana, hemos elegido el corte que abre el 
álbum, compuesto por Curran

New work of the American composer Alvin Curran, an electronic music record 
divided in four tracks mainly created in collaboration with the Sicilian 
programmer Domenico Sciajno, with who he had collaborated repeteadly for 
different fields such as radio, sound installations and performances. The 
opening track in the album, though, was composed by Curran alone

02. TOMAS KORBER / ERIK M / TOSHIMARU NAKAMURA / OTOMO YOSHIHIDE
Track: Brackwater / And A Slice Of Bread
Album: Brackwater
Label: For Four Ears

Mezcla especial de las piezas que conforman Brackwater, el nuevo trabajo 
improvisado en el sello suizo For4Ears de un cuarteto formado por el joven 
guitarrista y músico electrónico Tomas Korber junto a tres grandes nombres 
de la escena: el francés Erik M procesando sonidos en tiempo real y los 
japoneses Otomo Yoshihide y Toshimaru Nakamura, el primero a los platos 
actuando como un instrumento más y el segundo lanzando crujidos de estática 
desde su cuadro de mezclas, aunque no participa en el segundo de los cortes

Special mix of the two pieces componing Brackwater, the new improvised work 
in the Swiss label For4Ears of a quartet formed by young guitarrist and 
electronic musician Tomas Korber together with three consolidated names: 
Erik M sound-processing in real-time, and the Japanese Otomo Yoshihide and 
Toshimaru Nakamura, the first in the turntables acting like another 
instrument, and the second throwing static crackles from the mixing board 
–though he wasn’t present in the second of the tracks

03. BORIS BALTSCHUN / AXEL DÖRNER / KAI FAGASCHINSKI
Track: -
Album: No furniture
Label: Creative Sources

Colaboración de la mano de tres músicos alemanes: el clarinetista Kai 
Fagaschinski y el trompetista Axel Dörner buscando que sus instrumentos 
suenen electrónicos junto a Boris Baltschun en el sampler. A pesar de que se 
concibió en el entorno de Berlin, este disco se publica en el sello 
portugués Creative Sources

Collaboration between three german musicians: the clarinetist Kai 
Fagaschinski and the trumpetist Axel Dörner giving their instruments an 
electronic approach in the way they sound, together with Boris Baltschun in 
the sampler. Despite being conceived in the Berlin environment, the record 
is released by the Portuguese label Creative Sources

04. JOHN DUNCAN & ELLIOTT SHARP
Track: -
Album: Tongue
Label: All Questions

Nueva publicación del explorador del sonido en general y del medio 
radiofónico en particular John Duncan a través de su sello Allquestions, en 
este caso junto a Elliott Sharp, un trabajo titulado Tongue que utiliza como 
fuente la voz humana, la de los propios autores, tratada y procesada junto a 
señales de onda corta, campo en el que John Duncan es uno de los más 
importantes investigadores

New release by John Duncan, a explorer of sound in general and the radio 
media in particular, inn his own label AllQuestions, in this occasion with 
Elliot Sharp. A work named Tongue that uses the human voice –from the 
authors themselves- as its main source, treated and processed together with 
shortwave signals, a field in which John Duncan is a master investigator

05. IAN ANDREWS
Track: Jaffa
Album: Ceremonial
Label: Fällt

Dedicaremos la parte final de la sesión de esta semana en Onda Sonora a 
escuchar las últimas novedades provenientes del sello nor-irlandés Fällt, 
con una nueva serie de lanzamientos “quemados a la carta”. En primer lugar, 
suena Ceremonial, el último disco de un artista multidisciplinar australiano 
que comenzó a trabajar a principios de los 80 en Sidney, Ian Andrews, con un 
corte que evoluciona lentamente hacia texturas a cada momento más 
complicadas y repletas de detalles

Northern Ireland label Fällt presents a new series of burn-to-order 
releases: Ferric, focusing on textures, every time more detailed and 
complicated. Ceremonial is the first reference in the series and the last cd 
by the Sydney-based mustidisciplinar artist Ian Andrews, who began to work 
in the early 80s.

06. TU M'
Track: Mezzo Forte
Album: Pop Involved
Label: Fällt

Otra novedad desde el sello Fällt para sus Ferric series. Se trata de una 
pareja de italianos, Rossano Polidoro y Emiliano Romanelli, que han elegido 
como nombre artístico conjunto el de la última pintura de Marcel Duchamp, 
Tu’m. Además de músicos, trabajan también al frente del net label Tu M’p3 y 
su correspondiente en formato cd Mr Mutt Records

From Fällt’s Ferric series, the Italians Rossano Polidoro and Emiliano 
Romanelli, that have chosen their moniker from Marcel Duchamp’s last 
painting, Tu’m (1918). Apart from their labour as musicians, they also run 
the Tu M’p3 netlabel and its respective cd division, Mr Mutt Records

07. SI-CUT.DB
Track: Confit
Album: Offices At Night (Volume 1 - Originals)
Label: Fällt

La tercera y última de las sorpresas que nos reserva el sello nor-irlandés 
Fällt para esta semana es el nuevo álbum de Douglas Benford, que no sólo 
incluye el audio inserto en el cd sino que se complementa con componentes 
sólo accesibles via internet. Offices at Night es el título conjunto que 
reciben los cortes originales que incluye este primer volumen de una serie 
que incluirá versiones de estos cortes a cargo de artistas como Mitchell 
Akiyama, Stephan Mathieu o Sogar, y también del propio Si-cut.db. Todo este 
material posterior se publicará gratuitamente en formato mp3 a través de la 
web del propio sello Fällt

New album by Douglas Benford in Fällt, not only including the audio released 
on the cd but also featuring web-only audio components. Offices At Night is 
the collective name for the original tracks in this first volume of a series 
that will include versions performed by well-known artists such as Mitchell 
Akiyama, Stephan Mathieu or Sogar, and also by Benford himself. Fällt will 
release all this subsequent material in mp3 through its website

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DIS CO LLABORATION

Date: Thursday September 2.
Time: 7.00 PM.
Venue: @Newtown (formerly known as Newtown RSL).
Address: 52-54 Enmore Road, Newtown.
Cost: $10.

BRING RSL MEMBERSHIP OR $2 WITH PHOTO ID.

Featuring live performances from:

Severed Heads
Wake Up and Listen
Donna Hewitt and Julian Knowles
Ian Andrews
Golden Hyena
Dr Imperial and the Metric System

and DJ sets from:

Dubwise Chapters
JD Dyslectic
The Dynamic Duo

with MC Doug Anderson (Sydney Morning Herald)

A benefit concert for community radio station 2MBS-FM, organized by
the station's Contemporary Music Collective (CMC). 2MBS-FM 102.5 MHz
is a volunteer-operated, subscriber-funded community radio station with
one of the strongest transmitters of any community radio station in Sydney.
It can be heard from the Blue Mountains to the coast and from Gosford in
the North to Wollongong in the South).

The CMC covers a very broad range of contemporary musics, such as dub,
experimental, electronic, spoken word, hip-hop, dance, African, reggae and
more. The programs are presented by volunteers who are specialists in their
musical fields. These presenters have access to the latest news, information
and releases. The programs are on from midnight until 3 am, Monday to
Thursday nights. The CMC started 22 years ago.

2MBS covers the broadest range of music on Sydney Radio: contemporary,
world, blues, jazz, folk, and classical musics. The station has been on the
air for 29 years, but needs your support to continue.

This benefit concert will cover many aspects of this broad musical range
through a mixture of live performances and DJ sets from some of the programs.

Performer bios:

Severed Heads: Since their inception in 1979 they have covered the full
range of experimental, electronic music and video. Tom Ellard (Mr Severed
Heads) is a pioneer in Australian electronic music. They present a warm,
friendly blend of very rhythmic, individual music.Tom has gained world wide
success and recognition for the Severed Heads. Their sophisticated brand of
electronic pop music is much loved and respected throughout the world. Since
1979 the Severed Heads have released many cassettes, records and CDs.
        
Wake Up and Listen: Forged in the crucible of community radio, Wake Up
and Listen (aka WUAL) is a band that specialises in improvised,collage-based
music with a strong basis in plunderphonics and mass media appropriation.
It has been actively apoplectic in Sydney since 1991.

Dr Imperial and the Metric System (DIMS): don't listen to the stereotype.
Their funky, quirky, full frequency beats are highly infectious.  It's music
made for needles.

Donna Hewitt and Julian Knowles : eMic and laptop. Donna and Julian team
up for a duo, pitting a mic stand controller against a laptop in a far-fetched
sonic adventure in deep DSP, waveform mutations and splintered vocals.
For the past two years Donna has been developing, performing and refining
the extended microphone interface controller (eMic), an instrument for live
vocal performance and electronic manipulation. Donna Hewitt works with
voice, environmental and computer processed sound. Donna is exploring
new creative possibilities through the development of real-time digital
performance systems and customised interfaces.  Donna is currently
completing her PhD at the University of Western Sydney and is a lecturer
at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Julian Knowles is a well-known
figure on the Australian experimental music scene.  His music draws
heavily on the transformation of location audio and is informed by film sound,
electroacoustic, acousmatic and concrete musics and contemporary
popular music production techniques. Julian has undertaken a number of
national and international tours and is head of The School of Contemporary
Arts at the University of Western Sydney.

Ian Andrews: Ian Andrews is an independent film, video and sound artist
who has been practising since 1981. He has worked extensively in
electronic music and has also made digital animation and net art. He has
had several of his essays on sound published and has spoken at several
local and international conferences.  In August 2004 he has an installation
at an international digital arts conference in Finland.  As well as high
technology he has a great passion for sound from discarded and outmoded
devices which are often severely modified.  He has had many music
recordings released since the early 1980s.

Golden Hyena: prepared vinyl on 2 turntables. Feeding on the rotting carcass
of the music industry's fetid imagination, that reviled scavenger known as
'Golden Hyena' (aka Richard Fielding, of Severed Heads and The Loop
Orchestra infamy) picks the bones of a venal and manipulative business to
find its scant nourishment.  Using its new patented method known as
'Offalphonics'.

For further information and/or to arrange interviews please contact the
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High;

My cd "Exquisite Noise" is now up and available on cdBaby. For those 
of you who are interested in drones, noise and textual (rather than 
harmonic) organisation, check it out here: 
http://cdbaby.com/cd/jairrohmpw .

Happy to all.


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Drone masterpieces and Loopadelica at:
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New release by Federico Monti (Barcelona, Spain)

SHARP AND CUTTING WIDE OPENED ELASTICITY

In its way, it turns tapering upward, and at last
spherical. It is whitish, with an eye of blue,
as bright as the sun in a clear day. In these
imperceptible atmospheres it seems to move twenty
degrees, and to go out as much above the horizon.


[sub056]
 Federico Monti - Invierno ____________ __________


> look and feel and download here
_ http://www.subsource.de/sub/056/

> hifi mp3 stream here (38 min, 192 kbit)
_ http://www.archive.org/stream/sub056


Federico Montis works are following the aesthetics
of lowercase and microsound. He uses diverse sound
applications and techniques to create a balance
between extreme frequencies, tonal textures and
clean glitches. Sometimes hidden just beneath the
surface ending up in a sonic pleasure designed for
the deep listening.

/ 4 Tracks ~ 38 min

 01 Invierno
 02 Virtual
 03 USB
 04 Lowered

/ Info..
  Year: 2004
  Artist: Federico Monti (xxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxxx.xxx)
  Location: Barcelona, Spain


Other Releases on
http://www.fukkgod.org
http://surfaces.tinkle.lt
http://www.microbiorecords.net
http://www.con-v.org

Visit his label: http://www.discosnoise.com !



Thank you

-- 
__ SUBSOURCE _________ __ _ __  ______ __________
            netlabel for electronic music culture 
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I don't know if it has been already posted, anyway:
http://bionicfx.com/images/avex.gif
BionicFX announces Audio Video EXchange (AVEX), a technology that transforms
real-time audio into video and performs audio effect processing on the GPU
of your 3D video card.
Taken from: http://bionicfx.com/
Best,

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"I'm trying to think of another word than sinister to describe this noise ambient piece by Denmarks Wäldchengarten, but it seems impossible to find any other way to explain it. Layers of drones, scrap metal, feedback and possibly even guitars meld together into a massive wall of noise terror. Maybe not abrassive, but sure as hell very uncomfortable. What better way to start the fall then to take a plunge into the oozing slime pit of Wäldchengarten?" (Fukk God)

go to www.fukkgod.org to download these intriguing sounds right now. deeper, darker, dirtier.

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1/4_Inch

This Thursday 2nd September

@ the Frequency Lab aka Knot Gallery.
Level 1, 342 Hibernian House Elizabeth St.
Surry Hills. (opp' central station and dentist
hospital. Follow the flyers inside).

Noise and nuts this month with...

Slesu, Mr Tape and Videotape (improv hip hop with improv classical).

Justice Yeldham and the Dynamic Ribbon Device (another delight from lucas
abela).

Wobzrem (part swerve part steve... making for a very noisey experience, BYO
ear plugs).

$7 8pm.




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From: Phil Thomson <xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx>
Subject: [microsound] [ot] [gear] new iMac G5
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OK, I hate to be a gear slut, but...:

http://www.apple.com/imac/

P




"Computers in the future may weigh no more than 1.5 tons."
Popular Mechanics, 1949


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