Posts in Recording
Sounding Moby-Dick

'Sounding' derives from the book Moby-Dick by Herman Melville, and is an evocation of the bygone crafts of sailing and whaling and the struggles of men at sea, and also from its powerful and ever-relevant dissection of monomania.

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Land Harps

The Land Harps project revolves around sculptures that enable the landscape to create sound compositions, resulting in a contemplation within the constant flux of landscape, a study of its pacing and intervals.
 

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Anti-release

Although externally illogical, their anti-releases serve as a form of provocation that attempts to force interaction on the part of the listener by implementing tangible manifestations of abstract concepts.

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Recording studio at French Pavilion Venice biennale

A recording studio as a sculpture.. Artist Xavier Veilhan has transformed the 1912 French Pavilion into a giant sound sculpture for the Venice Biennale.

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Music review: Microtub - Bite of the Orange

Exploring pitch relations within a multidimensional space. Three compositions for microtonal tubas performed by the trio of Robin Hayward, Martin Taxt and Peder Simonsen. -Tobias Fischer

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10 Unique Exclusive Music Releases

An overview of very limited edition music releases and music recordings where the medium retains a physicality and connects the artist with its audience.

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Aural landscape of WW1

White gramophone horns play a contemporary sound piece 'Say goodbye to someone you love' and symbolize lilies and signify the amplification of loss.

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Audio photographs

Most people take photographs to communicate a sense of an experience. The acoustic environment can provide a tremendous amount of this sense.

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250 sonic manifestations

A collaborative project that weaves the sounds of 250 of The Hague’s creative minds into an exploration of the city’s vibrant sonic tapestry.

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Kelosound

A sound art and design product which plays the sounds from a Finnish forest, bringing audible and tactile nature closer to our daily lives

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La Victrola at Burning Man

Inspired by the first home entertainment system, La Victrola is a 35-foot tall interactive art piece questioning what we’ve lost in a world of extreme digital music.

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Sound drawings about Baton Rouge anger

"This is about the anger I feel towards the police officers that shot Alton Sterling on July 5". Sound art and accompanied drawings as objects of meditation.

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