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The Found Tapes Project 2014

DbN take old cassette tapes found on flea markets and thrift stores and use them as raw material in fully live improvised electronic music performances. The found tapes are sampled, manipulated, processed and ”physically played” using granular synthesis and other techniques, to create obscure rhythmical structures, noises and drones. For each and every concert DbN use only cassette tapes found locally within the city or the area of the specific concert venue, making the raw material for every performance totally unique. The audience is encouraged to bring their own cassette tapes to the venue for use in the performance. [1]



via CDM

Computer Music Journal Podcast

Episode 7: Michael Gurevich, lecturer at the Sonic Arts Research Center at Queen’s University, Belfast, serves as guest editor of the Winter 2010 issue of Computer Music Journal. In this podcast, Michael discusses the fields of Computer Music and Human Computer Interaction (HCI). The conversation was recorded on December 14, 2010. [1]

Computer Music Journal Podcast.

You can hear more podcasts by the MIT Press at http://www.mitpressjournals.org/page/podcasts