Posts Tagged: R. Schwarz

R. Schwarz ~ Wind 4-7

The music industry is less accustomed to sequels than the movie industry, but occasionally one does appear.  This is the case with Wind 4-7, a follow-up to 2016’s (you guessed it!) Wind 1-3.  In the new set, Robert Schwarz again mixes field recordings with

R. Schwarz ~ Wind 4-7

The music industry is less accustomed to sequels than the movie industry, but occasionally one does appear.  This is the case with Wind 4-7, a follow-up to 2016’s (you guessed it!) Wind 1-3.  In the new set, Robert Schwarz again mixes field recordings with

R. Schwarz ~ Wind 1-3

Here we are in the middle of a tropical storm, and I’m listening to the wind outside while writing about the recorded wind inside.  This amusing confluence works to the tape’s advantage.  The last two hurricanes have borne distinctly non-intimidating

R. Schwarz ~ Wind 1-3

Here we are in the middle of a tropical storm, and I’m listening to the wind outside while writing about the recorded wind inside.  This amusing confluence works to the tape’s advantage.  The last two hurricanes have borne distinctly non-intimidating

ACL 2015: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

This year’s top field recording and soundscape albums travel to global extremes, from the frozen Arctic to the heart of the jungle.  They commute to congested cities and retreat to quiet streams.  They fall in love with frogs and olives.

ACL 2015: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

This year’s top field recording and soundscape albums travel to global extremes, from the frozen Arctic to the heart of the jungle.  They commute to congested cities and retreat to quiet streams.  They fall in love with frogs and olives.

R. Schwarz ~ The Scale of Things

Viennese sound artist R. Schwarz has dual Master’s degrees in art and architecture, both of which come to bear on his careful constructions.  Just as he merges disciplines in his sound and installation art, he utilizes a variety of pseudonyms in his

R. Schwarz ~ The Scale of Things

Viennese sound artist R. Schwarz has dual Master’s degrees in art and architecture, both of which come to bear on his careful constructions.  Just as he merges disciplines in his sound and installation art, he utilizes a variety of pseudonyms in his