Posts Tagged: field-recording

Bryan Eubanks ~ From the Cistern

Reverb.  Love it or hate it, its use has become ubiquitous since at least the advent of the bedroom studio.  Digital modeling more often than not replaces natural reverb these days, and even spring reverbs and make-shift creative solutions of

Bryan Eubanks ~ From the Cistern

Reverb.  Love it or hate it, its use has become ubiquitous since at least the advent of the bedroom studio.  Digital modeling more often than not replaces natural reverb these days, and even spring reverbs and make-shift creative solutions of

Sound Propositions 09: Kate Carr

Sound Propositions is an ongoing, semi-regular series of conversations with artists exploring their creative practices and individual aesthetics, conceived of as a counter-narrative to a dominant trend in music journalism which fetishizes equipment and new technologies. Rather than writing copy

Sound Propositions 09: Kate Carr

Sound Propositions is an ongoing, semi-regular series of conversations with artists exploring their creative practices and individual aesthetics, conceived of as a counter-narrative to a dominant trend in music journalism which fetishizes equipment and new technologies. Rather than writing copy

Wil Bolton ~ Bokeh

Bokeh feels like a true “environment”: ambient music that feels alive with the intelligence of nature. Wil Bolton has done quite a bit of sound work for art installations, where being sensitive to an actual environment is paramount. His compositions

Wil Bolton ~ Bokeh

Bokeh feels like a true “environment”: ambient music that feels alive with the intelligence of nature. Wil Bolton has done quite a bit of sound work for art installations, where being sensitive to an actual environment is paramount. His compositions

LCNL 053: A Machine In The Garden [mix]

  “Our inherited symbols of order and beauty have been divested of meaning.” Leo Marx And now for something a little bit different: an edited soundwalk consisting of field-recordings made during the Sonic Delights festival at Caramoor in Katonah, NY. 

LCNL 053: A Machine In The Garden [mix]

  “Our inherited symbols of order and beauty have been divested of meaning.” Leo Marx And now for something a little bit different: an edited soundwalk consisting of field-recordings made during the Sonic Delights festival at Caramoor in Katonah, NY. 

Francisco López ~ untitled#281

Untitled #281 was created by extreme mutation and evolution of bird calls from original recordings carried out over a period of fifteen years (1995-2010) in multiple wilderness locations of Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Spain, South Africa, Costa Rica, Mexico, and

Francisco López ~ untitled#281

Untitled #281 was created by extreme mutation and evolution of bird calls from original recordings carried out over a period of fifteen years (1995-2010) in multiple wilderness locations of Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Spain, South Africa, Costa Rica, Mexico, and

Sound Propositions 07: Lemures (Enrico Coniglio + Giovanni Lami)

    A CLOSER LISTEN was honored to have published a translation of sound artist Enrico Coniglio’s noWHere manifesto. Coniglio described his manifesto to me as:  Just a small initiative, trying to clarify / provoke the “world of live electronics.”  Too many

Sound Propositions 07: Lemures (Enrico Coniglio + Giovanni Lami)

    A CLOSER LISTEN was honored to have published a translation of sound artist Enrico Coniglio’s noWHere manifesto. Coniglio described his manifesto to me as:  Just a small initiative, trying to clarify / provoke the “world of live electronics.”  Too many

LCNL 038: Kaukatakan tadi mulut raksasa itu selalu mengaga ? mixed by Blindhæð

LCNL 038: ini.itu mix Kaukatakan tadi mulut raksasa itu selalu mengaga ? Mixed by Blindhæð, nov 2013 @ 4amperStudio A Closer Listen is about putting more attention into what we do, being more mindful.  Listening more closely, contemplating more deeply,

LCNL 038: Kaukatakan tadi mulut raksasa itu selalu mengaga ? mixed by Blindhæð

LCNL 038: ini.itu mix Kaukatakan tadi mulut raksasa itu selalu mengaga ? Mixed by Blindhæð, nov 2013 @ 4amperStudio A Closer Listen is about putting more attention into what we do, being more mindful.  Listening more closely, contemplating more deeply,