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“Hibernaculum : Vortex” by Carver Audain

tumblr_inline_nfx0mjch221qzow42.jpgRadius 58: Hibernaculum : Vortex (13:44) by Carver Audain.

Hibernaculum : Vortex was inspired by the Polar Vortex experienced in the Northern Hemisphere of the United States during the winter of 2014. Comprised almost entirely of amplitude modulation (AM) radio signals and recordings of the wind captured from a point of high altitude during Hurricane Sandy, the movement within the piece reflects the character of specific recent extreme weather events from the perspective of an individual located at roughly 40° 40’ 58” N 73° 57’ 53’ W. Continue reading

Dec 11, 2014
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Call for Power/field compilation #3

14_4_orig.jpgPower/field compilation #3 :: Call for Submissions :: deadline January 1, 2012 :: Track length 3-15 minutes preferred ::

Recordings are wanted for the third edition of the Power/field compilation. This series is dedicated to recordings made “in the field” with processing on-site – i.e., pedals, laptops, or strange acoustic phenomena in the intersection of power and environment. No post-processing besides basic trim edits and gain.

Traditional field recording captures ambient sound in various locations via microphone without any effects. Power/field recordings are field recordings made with effects processing units used on-site. Continue reading

Nov 2, 2011
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Detektors :: the rhythms of electromagnetic emissions, their psychogeophysics and micrological auscultation by Martin Howse and Shintaro Miyazaki ::

AlgoRhythms of mobile phones 2 with detektor prototype from Shintaro Miyazaki on Vimeo.

Almost any electronic gadget can be transformed into an audible and sometimes rhythmical sound object. “Detektors” is firstly (A) a cartography of user-generated geolocational sound recordings, logs and walks, which reveal hidden electromagnetic geographies of our urban areas and secondly (B) a database and catalog of sonic studies of electromagnetic emissions produced by our everyday electronic devices. Continue reading

Mar 21, 2011
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Revelationary New Music: the Other Minds Archive

radiom.jpgRevelationary New Music: The Media Archive of Other Minds:: at

Luc Ferrari, Lou Harrison, John Cage, Henry Cowell, Germaine Tailleferre, George Antheil, Henry Brant, Leroy Jenkins, Otto Luening, Ernst Bacon, Virgil Thomson, Benjamin Lees, Astor Piazzolla, Martin Bartlett, Percy Grainger, John Vincent, Aaron Copland, Vivian Fine, Jack Briece, Morton Feldman, Peggy Glanville-Hicks, Mauricio Kagel, György Ligeti, Conlon Nancarrow, Harry Partch, Roger Sessions, Nicolas Slonimsky, Andrew Imbrie, Frank Zappa, and Ivan Wyschnegradsky.

Wouldn’t you love to have the chance to speak with some of these distinguished composers personally and probe their thoughts on music? Well, that chance has come and gone since none of these composers are living among us. But at, their voices live on in personal interviews you can hear at the touch of your keyboard. Here you can eavesdrop on unique conversations and concerts recorded between 1949 and 1995 at KPFA Radio in Berkeley. Continue reading

Dec 21, 2010
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NMR Commission: “Voices from the Paradise Network” by John Hudak

hudak_300.jpgVoices from the Paradise Network by John Hudak, with Flash programming by [Needs Flash Player and speakers on] – John writes: My mother-in-law passed away recently, reminding me of a technique that a parapsychologist named Dr. Konstantin Raudive (1906-1974) used to record what he purported to be voices of deceased spirits. With the amount of information moving around on the internet these days, and the passing of my mother-in-law, who I thought would want to get in touch (if possible), I thought I’d give Raudive’s technique a try within the digital realm. Continue reading

Mar 6, 2010
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Live Stage: ((audience)) presents Dub Shop

audience1.jpg((audience)) presents Dub Shop Saturday, March 6, 2010 and Sunday, March 7, 2010 from 12:00 noon to 7:00 p.m. :: at Kleio Projects , 153½ Stanton Street (between Suffolk and Clinton Streets), New York City :: Subways F, J, M, Z to Delancey Street

Dub Shop will exhibit works by Noah Angell, Alexis Bhagat, Ed Bear & Lea Bertucci, Simona Brinkmann, R. Luke Dubois, Nate Harrison, Harvestworks / Tellus Tapes, Richard Kostelanetz, Lary 7, LOUD5, Loud Objects, Cedric Maridet, Ken Montgomery, mudboy, Michael Northam, Ben Owen, Seasonal, thenumber46 (Suzanne Thorpe & Philip White)

Dub Shop at Kleio Projects is a pop-up exhibition organized by ((audience)) co-curators, Alexis Bhagat and Lauren Rosati. Continue reading

Feb 21, 2010
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Live Stage: Archival Records [hk Hong Kong]

ebf3250-5d90-48e3-8471-1e4af4c76.jpgArchival Records @ Asia Art Archive, a sound installation by Cédric Maridet, Hong Kong :: exhibition from February 2, 2010 to May 5, 2010 :: Opening: February 11, 2010; 6.30 – 8:00 p.m :: Hollywood Centre 11th Floor, 233 Hollywood Road, Hong Kong.

Archival Records intends to articulate the Archive’s physical and material space through the medium of sound, and establish a new connection between the Archive’s ‘voices’. It focuses on the realm bridging textual readings (of printed material) and their vocal counterparts, through multilingual audio recordings of excerpts from the collection, supplemented by ambient sounds at the Archive. This sound installation not only aims at exploring the idea of the Archive, but also rediscovering the mechanics of sensory experiences and aural cognition through a composed technological mediation of experience. Continue reading

Feb 11, 2010
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Live Stage: Sound Continuum Conference [jp Yokohama]

sound.jpgSound Continuum – a conference for recording arts and sound archives :: November 21-23, 2009 :: Basyamichi Campus, 1F Hall, Graduate School of Film and New Media, Tokyo University of the Arts, Yokohama, Japan.

Through sponsorship from the Agency for Cultural Affairs Japan and in partnership with the School of Sound, London, Non Profit Organization Image Initiative Yokohama and Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School of Film and New Media will host Sound Continuum, an international conference for recording arts and sound archives. This conference will focus on exploring the art of sound in moving image. Continue reading

Nov 3, 2009
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Tracks Wanted for Power/field Compilation [us New York, NY]

anoklogo2.jpgPower/field compilation #2 :: Call for Submissions :: Deadline October 31, 2009

Tracks wanted for the second edition of Power/field compilation. Originally released in 2007, Power/field is a collection of recordings made “in the field” with processing on-site.

Traditional field recording captures ambient sound in various locations via microphone without any effects. Power/field recordings are field recordings made with effects processing units used (only) while on-site. The intent is to take experimental music practices outside of their traditional operating venues: composing studios and performance venues. Continue reading

Oct 18, 2009
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“News for Tomorrow” by Yan Jun [cn Beijing]

unknown.jpegBirdcage and The Invisible Generation present News for Tomorrow by Yan Jun — curated by: Daniele Balit :: October 9 – November 13, 2009 :: Beijing Youth Weekly, 8A, Julong Garden, Xinzhongjie, Beijing.

News For Tomorrow is a commissioned piece by Beijing-based artist Yan Jun for the Birdcage itinerant sound gallery. The artist picked one of the desks in the editorial office of Beijing Youth Weekly and placed recording devices, mp3 players and cassette walkman in it. The devices either reproduce the interview recordings of the magazine’s editorial staff, or record the soundscape of the office, which will be simultaneously played and processed in real time through headphones while creating feedback noise. Continue reading

Oct 9, 2009
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