An Index Of Possibilities

'Sometimes, cutting into the present releases the future'

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Avant Garde Mash-Ups (2012 Vol 1)

Vintage vinyl to modern digital, experimental media layering and collisions .

 

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Thursday, June 7, 2012

Melting Folds

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Thursday, June 7, 2012

Electric Gagaku

Electric Gagaku. Gagaku, the oldest classical music in Japan, was introduced into Japan with Buddhism from the China. In 589, Japanese official diplomatic delegations were sent to China (during the Sui dynasty) to learn Chinese culture, including Chinese court music, Gagaku. Here, a wonky, ‘sings electric’ eclectic rendition.

 

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Thursday, June 7, 2012

Folding Duos

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Thursday, June 7, 2012

Integer Beat Abstractums

Abstract ‘remixes’ using palindromic remixing technique based on custom integer sequence ‘metamixer’ Reaktor ensemble combined with ‘one note morph pad journeys’ via the inspiring Alchemy soundsets of  Yuroun Sound Design.

 

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Thursday, June 7, 2012

Violin Colors vs. Guitar Toy Strumming

For Derek Bailey.

 

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Saturday, June 2, 2012

Percussion Scapes Volume 3

The ‘series’ of experiments continues, this time utilizing the Defective Records software version of the ‘Klee’ sequencer under external generative influences.

“…In fact, programming a Klee sequence is an exercise in the unpredictable. The programmingpots interact with each other according to the Klee pattern driving them, and the Klee patternitself is as instantly changeable as programming a pot. Some changes will shift your Kleesequence in a slightly different direction, while some changes may shift the flow of things onehundred eighty degrees. In fact, the Klee gets its name from this concept. When the first modelwas designed, programming it was compared to molding a sculpture out of very loose clay. Some time after that statement, Romeo Fahl built a version of the first Klee model, and named it the Klee (which is pronounced ‘clay’) both in recognition of the “loose clay” description and in honor of the artist Paul Klee, whose work often, somehow, reflects the abstract nature ofprogramming a Klee sequencer and many of the sequences it’s been known to produce.”

Various percussion sounds include Applied Acoustics Systems ‘Chromaphone’ and the inspired sound designs of Simon Stockhausen’s ‘Cardinals’.

 

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