Jean-Philippe Larue | 7 Jul 00:21 2015
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Farewell Charanjit


I saw him in Paris a few years ago and I was amazed at his persona, his sense of humour and kindness.

Man, he fucking was the first at getting an 808 and 303 rolling like that...back in 1982...back in Mumbai, India...

Talking about true Innovators…

Bless you Charanjit

Rest in Peace

Jp





Radio Web MACBA | 6 Jul 11:18 2015
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Sorry, I forgot the link :/ So here it is again (+apologies!): New podcast: Spin-off. Radio (recovered by Megan Prelinger)

Sorry, I forgot the link :/ So here it is again (+apologies!)

 

New podcast: Spin-off. Radio (recovered by Megan Prelinger)

 

Link: http://rwm.macba.cat/es/extra/radio-megan-prelinger/capsula

 

This is a sort of spin off of our conversation with outsider librarian and researcher Megan Prelinger. Originally published as a hidden track or 'easter egg', the text was excerpted and adapted by Megan Prelinger from an editorial column titled 'Poles and Zeros' published in 'Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers' in September, 1961. It goes back to the very first instances in which the term 'radio' was used, reconstructing a chronology of how it has been used until it became a shared notion and concept. The original text can be found here.

 

+More radio related material can be found here: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/tag-radio

 

 

Enjoy!

Radio Web MACBA | 6 Jul 11:11 2015
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New podcast: Spin-off. Radio (recovered by Megan Prelinger)

New podcast: Spin-off. Radio (recovered by Megan Prelinger)

This is a sort of spin off of our conversation with outsider librarian and researcher Megan Prelinger. Originally published as a hidden track or 'easter egg', the text was excerpted and adapted by Megan Prelinger from an editorial column titled 'Poles and Zeros' published in 'Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers' in September, 1961. It goes back to the very first instances in which the term 'radio' was used, reconstructing a chronology of how it has been used until it became a shared notion and concept. The original text can be found here.

 +More radio related material can be found here: http://rwm.macba.cat/en/tag-radio

 Enjoy!

Clint Anderson | 4 Jul 20:26 2015
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alfa matrix 'free' compilation (pay what you want)

David Newman | 4 Jul 11:06 2015
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mood sub 37 or dave smith pro 2

Any views out there on these two great synths?

David Newman
dwnewman <at> clara.co.uk

www.audiobulb.com | exploratory music
www.audiomoves.com | music sync specialist

david kirkdorffer | 4 Jul 05:23 2015
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VVxVVx

Dear Ambient Co-Conspirators -

Hi.
I'm always a quite nervous communicating about the music I create.
I'm never sure if it's worthy. There is, after all, so much good ambient music already available. 
But, an audience of peers is the best audience, so I turn to you. Thank you in advance.

I recently finished this: https://soundcloud.com/undomusic/vvxvvx 
It's a bit of a departure for me.
When I play this for friends, the reaction has been mixed.
My apologies in advance if this turns out not to be your cup of tea. 

This is from 9/9/2009 - and perhaps distills the kind of ambient music I typically, and continue to, create:

This is from 1/1/2000 - so rather old - but I hope still interesting:

In all cases, I thank you for lending your ears and attention for a few moments.

Kindest regards,

UNDO


Jared Dunne | 3 Jul 20:01 2015
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Do what you love, and the money will follow. Unless you love to paint portraits of majestic dolphins.

David Newman | 3 Jul 09:35 2015
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Lissajous - Audio Visual Software Module (PC & MAC versions now available)

Lissajous - Audio Visual Software Module (PC & MAC versions now available)

http://www.audiobulb.com/create/Lissajous/Lissajous.htm

Lissajous is a complex audio/video signal generator built in Max/MSP and inspired by the work of Jules Antoine Lissajous.

The media project is born with the purpose of investigating the relationship between sound and vision, chaos and order, closely related to astronomy, mathematics & physics. It explores the field of harmony and disorder and let the user dip into an elegant, dreamlike, minimalistic yet chaotic space which reflects the complex rules of the universe in all its abstract beauty.

The software shows sound oscillations as XY matrix functions and creates complex graphics curves. Lissajous graphically describes sound and allow observation of constantly varying signal voltage of two audio signals as function of time. Video generated by sound can be controlled in endless ways by giving to the user the possibility of a whole-new range of interactions.       

Available now for PC & MAC for only £15. 

Visit the webpage to watch demo videos and access the manual.

http://www.audiobulb.com/create/Lissajous/Lissajous.htm     

David Newman

www.audiobulb.com | exploratory music
www.audiomoves.com | music sync specialist




David Newman | 2 Jul 19:06 2015
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Autistici - Live at Electric Spring



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Autistici - Live at Electric Spring (Digital)

Release date: June 24th 2015

Visit the release page for more information HERE

Track listing: 
01. Live at Electric Spring (47:16) 
02. Questions for Autistici (9:36)

Autistici 
Autistici is David Newman, a UK electronic music composer who is based in Sheffield (UK). Autistici’s work incorporates a wide range of sources including textural sound design, orchestration, space and fragments of found sound or field recordings.

Live at Electric Spring 
Electric Spring is an annual festival of sonic exploration, hosted by the department of music of the University of Huddersfield. The five-day programme of concerts, talks and workshops brings together some of the cutting edge proposals in acousmatic and mixed music, software interfaces and video music. Electric Spring is curated by Artistic Directors, Monty Adkins & Pierre Alexandre Tremblay. The festival showcases the Huddersfield Immersive Sound Systemhttp://www.thehiss.org

This live set was performed in 2014 and showcases a decade of work. The integration of audio artifacts interwoven into a narrative of manmade and natural environments. Each detail has the potential to be preserved or lost, clarified or confused through compositional amplification. Thousands of audio elements, including those sourced from his own body are incorporated into the soundscape. The interplay between internal and external is merged through the process of perception. Autistici works on the premise that the existence of any noise ultimately belongs in the mind’s ear of the listener.

       
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Wim Vogel | 2 Jul 18:57 2015
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Microgravity remastered

A remastered version of Biosphere´s debut album Microgravity on triple vinyl and double CD with a bonus album of 7 unreleased tracks.
 
Clint Anderson | 2 Jul 15:12 2015
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new afx(?!?!?!)


Gmane