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Tape Loop Instruction 

This is a video showing how to make a tape loop. It has been viewed over 80,000 times on YouTube. I love that video has become such an integrated part of transferring folk knowledge, especially in the realm of experimental and media based art.

Posted 102 months ago by

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Tape Drawings 

Brethless - Tape Drawing - by Jennie C. Jones

Posted 103 months ago by

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Ivy Noise. The aesthetics of the speaker. 

Ivy Noise. Read more here

Posted 103 months ago by

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Highline Singers 

I recorded this on Sunday at the Highline Park in Manhattan. It is a short recording of the New Renaissance Street Singers.

Posted 105 months ago by

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Time Stand Still 

I may refer to this Summer as 'The Slow Summer'. I seem to be inundated with a variety of media and music that relies on the slowing down of a piece of media and sampling it into infinity. Dan Lopatin's piece 'Time Stand Still' is one of may favorites. He also records as Oneohtrix Point …

Posted 105 months ago by

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The merging of mediums. 

The musician Jeff Mills has a new release. His chosen medium is a merged CD and LP. One side of the 5" disc is a regular CD the flip side is a vinyl record to be played by a turntable. I love this idea. It creates a conversation between to very distinct yet related pieces …

Posted 106 months ago by

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I have been following the work of Zimoun and Pe Lang for a few years now. I find their sound sculptures to be some of the most well designed pieces of sound art I have ever seen. The attention to design and the subtlety of the materials and generated sounds differ from "grungier" works employing …

Posted 107 months ago by

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On Cassettes and nostalgia  ☆

I have stumbled upon two articles recently that discuss the place that the cassette holds in contemporary culture and music, one from Pitchfork and one from The Times. I personally have a deep affinity for cassettes and magnetic tape, partly for it's lo-fi sound and partly for it's literal impermanence. You can purchase vinyl records …

Posted 108 months ago by

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