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Wednesday
Jan282009

Sign up for ccMixter Secret Mixter 5

Sign up for ccMixter Secret Mixter 5 - it's going to be fun.

Wednesday
Jan282009

Vo1k1 Soundcloud Playlist

Saturday
Jan102009

We R 1 (Self Identity Mix) at ccMixter

Image Credit: effeebee morguefile.com 

 

 

Remix of Sonja V’s “Naluwan House” vocals with the irresistible “Identity of Self” instrumentals from Hisboyelroy, and some speaking allure from Corsica_S at Freesound, and plenty of vo1k1 intention. The music bed employs several pellas that I am now addicted to as material for background and processed vox: Calendargirl’s “March”, Kaer Trouz’s “Blind Date A Capella”, and Laura Eason’s “Floating” vocals. 

We R 1 (Self Identity Mix)

I’ve also uploaded sample packs containing samples and phrases used in the remix.

It's very interesting to me to see how people work. So, I'm posting a capture of the final arrangement and session view - may be of interest to Ableton Live users:

Arrangement

Session

 

Saturday
Sep272008

On Useless Air Travel

I like this interesting and engaging short experimental "docu-voodle" by LOMEG_ROM - found it as it was accompanied by s.c.mixer's 'yvonne's dream' (ccmixter.org).

Friday
Sep052008

Fascinating Post on Ligeti by Eric Wahlfoss of SoundCloud

Ligeti’s maximal minimalism - Visuals by Kubrick - Eric Wahlfoss

Minimal

Musica Ricercata - “The first uses almost exclusively just one pitch class, A, heard in multiple octaves. Only at the very end of the piece is a second note, D, heard.”

Maximal

Atmosphères - “It opens with what must be one of the largest cluster chords ever written - every note in the chromatic scale over a range of five octaves is played at once. Out of the fifty-six string players ushering in the first chord, not one plays the same note.”

Fluxus

Poème Symphonique - “Each of the hundred metronomes is set up on the performance platform, and they are all then wound to their maximum extent and set to different speeds. Once they are all fully wound they are all started as simultaneously as possible. The performers then leave.”

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