Posted on | January 26, 2015 | No Comments
Testiral smo novo RŠ TASCAM snemalko v različnih zvočnih kontekstih: Delo, Družina, Zabava. Back to the basics …
TASCAM is the professional audio division of TEAC Corporation, headquartered in Montebello, California. Tascam is credited as the inventor of the Portastudio, the first cassette-based multi-track home studio recorders. Tascam also introduced the first low-cost mass-produced multitrack recorders with Simul-Sync designed for recording musicians. Tascam also manufactured reel-to-reel tape machines and audio mixers for home recordists from the early 1970s through the mid-1990s.
Posted on | January 22, 2015 | No Comments
“Between” is a work by Vidar Martens.
It`s an audio piece made out of the soundtrack from the 1967 movie “The Graduate”.
“I have a vivid memory after falling asleep while watching The Graduate. My only perception of it was bits and pieces from the sound melting together with my dreams. ”
Posted on | January 16, 2015 | No Comments
welcome to the beginning of framework’s 2015 programming! we’re back after a much-appreciated winter break, some time to shovel snow and heat the fires, and to begin preparations for our upcoming framework500 project, celebrating our upcoming 500th edition! stay tuned for more information about that in the coming weeks.
and a new year means a new batch of framework introduction is needed! i’ve only got one or two waiting in the wings, and i need new intros every month, so grad a recorder and get out there and record your framework intros!
some great sounds to start off our year – acoustic experiments with sine frequencies inside an abandoned cistern bybryan eubanks, wonderful metallic resonances by martin kay, rattles and sighs of ventilation by jonáš gruska, and concrete composition by natasha barratt, all preceded by a framework intro recorded for us in australia by regular contributor (and contributor to the latest framework:seasonal issue) jeremy hegge.
Posted on | January 15, 2015 | No Comments
The Resonance Radio Orchestra was up in Scotland in August 2014 when Resonance104.4fm broadcast Remote Performances, live from Outlandia, Glen Nevis, in a collaboration between the radio station and artists London Fieldworks. This live radiophonic work is called Second Sketch for Ascent and Descent. It was written, arranged and produced by Ed Baxter, and features Ed Baxter (bass guitar), Tam Dean Burn (voice), Ewen Campbell (whistling), Miriam Iowerth (xylophone), Peter Lanceley (electric guitar, singing), Charlie Menzies (fiddle), and Michael Umney (piano). In November 2014 we asked eminent American country singer Bob Cheevers to read a script for a new work. At the end of that recording he improvised a fragmentary text which – since it fitted perfectly with the theme, unbeknownst to Bob – we’ve now combined with the other Remote Performances material as A Secret Postscript.
Posted on | January 8, 2015 | No Comments
Slowless is a conceptual sound of elements of music slowed down beyond recognition with sounds retrieved from violin, vocals, synthesizers and other noise sounds from the city. This sound might be sound of any city you want it to be. Each city has its own unique sound, but anyone who works with the sound knows that every city has a inimitable soundscape . So let’s make a musical journey through the cities. Martin Georgievski is a conceptual artist, sound designer, musician, and graphic designer. Experimenting with different sounds of guitar, synths and field recordings, Macedonian producer Martin Georgievski a.k.a Amplidyne Effect creates an interpolation of ambient, experimental and electronic music, ranging from subtle drones to noise-rock. This is a piece specially produced for RADIA.fm inspired and dedicated to the city.
Posted on | January 5, 2015 | No Comments
1. del: zgodovinske zvočne raziskave, primer Carolyn Birdsall: Nazi Soundscapes: Sound, Technology and Urban Space in Germany, 1933-1945 (Amsterdam University Press).
2. del: kompozicija Urh I
* fotografija: Primož Šmajdek (spomeniki.blogspot.com)
Posted on | December 1, 2014 | No Comments
*Boleslaw Wawrzyn - ”hates when we try to call him an artist because as he repeats continually “artists, they are in galleries.” During every conversation he always emphasized that he is “only a bored, retired miner”. One day, by chance at a railway station he bought a book on the broad aspects of parapsychology. He read there about the phenomenon of Kirlian photography. According to people who work on that subject, it allows you to register the aura of a living being on a film. Under the influence of that book, he began to wonder about the aura of leaves and trees. What they would tell us, what they would like to share with us, if they could?
Posted on | November 27, 2014 | No Comments
From a 100 days broadcast on the Landesgartenschau Gießen, datscharadio brought back an archive with audiofiles in a state of digital decomposition. the show takes three different depositories of audio material and traverses them to present an impossible algorithmic summary, a auto-montage of an already diverse ethnopoetic collection of todays garden cultures in an average mid size town in Germany. By Pit Schultz (with Gabi Schaffner) for reboot.fm
Posted on | November 24, 2014 | No Comments
This fact, the surfacing of structure in an undeliberate action, is too big to take on here, but it was enough to convince me that the structuralists—the advocates of planning music before you hear or care what the plan gives you—were right: do not rely on unplanned music; it comes out as though it were planned, but planned by someone you cross the street to avoid.
Posted on | November 20, 2014 | No Comments
Three master students of RITS radio department (Lucas Derycke, Cara Cobaert & Maarten Coosemans) capture a space in the city through audio recordings. Afterwards they edit these field recordings (without artificial effects) in order to try and grasp the specific sonosphere of that location. The students were assisted by Guy de Bièvre (http://www.guydebievre.org/).keep looking »