Posts Tagged: field-recording

Sound Propositions 017: Gonçalo F Cardoso (Gonzo)

Discrepant label boss Gonçalo F Cardoso explores the noise(s) of his homeland Portugal on Ruído(s), his final work under the Gonzo moniker. One part sonic capriccio, one part subjective dream journal, Ruído(s) is a fitting farewell to Gonzo’s roving audio

Sound Propositions 017: Gonçalo F Cardoso (Gonzo)

Discrepant label boss Gonçalo F Cardoso explores the noise(s) of his homeland Portugal on Ruído(s), his final work under the Gonzo moniker. One part sonic capriccio, one part subjective dream journal, Ruído(s) is a fitting farewell to Gonzo’s roving audio

SP* Episode 1: (PRESENCE, or ) A METAPHYSICS OF ABSENCE – with Resina & Lea Bertucci [podcast]

Sound Propositions the podcast has the same mission statement as the written Sound Propositions features: to share in depth discussions with artists whose work we love, to delve into the details of their creative practice. The inaugural episode of our

SP* Episode 1: (PRESENCE, or ) A METAPHYSICS OF ABSENCE – with Resina & Lea Bertucci [podcast]

Sound Propositions the podcast has the same mission statement as the written Sound Propositions features: to share in depth discussions with artists whose work we love, to delve into the details of their creative practice. The inaugural episode of our

Piano Piano Listening Retreat in Basilicata, Italy

La Cosa Preziosa (Susanna Caprara) is an Italian sound artist based in Dublin, producing soundscapes for performance, radio, and installation. I can enthusiastically recommend her series  ‘The Secret Soundscape Club’,  miniature field-recording soundscapes sent by email, on the last day of

Piano Piano Listening Retreat in Basilicata, Italy

La Cosa Preziosa (Susanna Caprara) is an Italian sound artist based in Dublin, producing soundscapes for performance, radio, and installation. I can enthusiastically recommend her series  ‘The Secret Soundscape Club’,  miniature field-recording soundscapes sent by email, on the last day of

Joseph Sannicandro presents “ma(d)re nostrx ii” [mix]

Live sound mix by sound artist Joseph Sannicandro for Free City Radio with Stefan Christoff, mixed live on radio CKUT in Montreal, 26 December 2018.   This mix was presented live on CKUT for Free City Radio the day after

Joseph Sannicandro presents “ma(d)re nostrx ii” [mix]

Live sound mix by sound artist Joseph Sannicandro for Free City Radio with Stefan Christoff, mixed live on radio CKUT in Montreal, 26 December 2018.   This mix was presented live on CKUT for Free City Radio the day after

Inverted Microphones #1: Giovanni Lami’s Tapeocracy

In the film Il Postino (1994), the titular Postman becomes inspired to express himself after encountering the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, living in exile on a small island in the south of Italy. Neruda helps the Postman, Mario, to pursue

Inverted Microphones #1: Giovanni Lami’s Tapeocracy

In the film Il Postino (1994), the titular Postman becomes inspired to express himself after encountering the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, living in exile on a small island in the south of Italy. Neruda helps the Postman, Mario, to pursue

Giulio Aldinucci ~ Disappearing In A Mirror

Disappearing In A Mirror follows last year’s Borders And Ruins, both on Karlrecords, and together they form an intense and complimentary diptych of ambient drone sound design. While Giulio Aldinucci‘s earlier record explores the relationship between peoples and territories and

Giulio Aldinucci ~ Disappearing In A Mirror

Disappearing In A Mirror follows last year’s Borders And Ruins, both on Karlrecords, and together they form an intense and complimentary diptych of ambient drone sound design. While Giulio Aldinucci‘s earlier record explores the relationship between peoples and territories and

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