[microsound] resend: ***microacoustic music project***
akisd1 at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 2 02:56:26 EST 2010
I am sorry for the delay...
I uploaded Hyperstings
Layers of cut and stretched sounds of piano strings played with an ebow
--- On Sat, 1/30/10, Kim Cascone <kim at anechoicmedia.com> wrote:
From: Kim Cascone <kim at anechoicmedia.com>
Subject: [microsound] resend: ***microacoustic music project***
To: "microsound_list" <microsound at or8.net>
Date: Saturday, January 30, 2010, 11:44 AM
***MONDAY IS THE DEADLINE***
.microsound community project: microacoustic music
what is .microsound? what will it sound like in 10 years time?
is it purely music made via digital means or can it shape shift into
using acoustic musical instruments?
what is the sound of microacoustic music?
let's find out
each microsound member gets a chance to describe what microacoustic
music sounds like to them
- length: all works must be 2 minutes maximum
- deadline: February 1 2010
- mp3 files: filenames use only ALPHANUMERICS; i.e. NO spaces
(underbars_and-hyphens-are-OK), stereo, encoded at 192 - 320kbps and
have ID3 tags!! please make sure they have ID3 tags!
content: all sound sources are acoustic musical instruments
with NO processing other than the following:
- editing (cut 'n paste)
- slowing down or speeding up
instruments can be detuned, woodwinds played as percussion, stick a sax
mouthpiece on a bassoon, contact mic'd, deconstructed, use extended
techniques, destroyed or played 'properly' then (de)composed in editing
files should be placed here:
there is also a link on the microsound.org front page
***you MUST be sub'd to the list before you are allowed to upload files
the server checks for you against the list of sub'ers
if you are having trouble write to Paulo or John and ask them to update
(has to be done by hand IIRC)
___remember to name and tag your files properly or they will be taken
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