Re: [Technical tips for multichannel installation][and multichannelamplifiers] - speaking of (birds) sitting in a room


Subject: Re: [Technical tips for multichannel installation][and multichannelamplifiers] - speaking of (birds) sitting in a room
From: sylvi macCormac (macCormac@shaw.ca)
Date: Sat Jun 11 2005 - 16:00:56 EDT


hey Yo / Yo

i've used Tape Decks & CDs but you could use DVDs / iPODs .. old cassette decks ..
digital & analog ... hi tec . lo tek .. possibities to mic th speakers to create
delays like Sitting in a Room ... my memory fails me. Who composed Sitting in a
Room ? did he also compose, Come Out ? you could also let them record something (on
trashed cassette deck) and 'throw' it in th mix ? give em cheap head phones as
well, but lock em in th box ... don't forget to give them some paints to mess up th
tape decks eh iriXx ? Dennis ? what would Martin Gotfrit do ? maybe add in 'robots
on hot wheels ?

OT - Barry Truax built th PODX .. for computer composition ... is th iPod based on
this example ? iPOD being a mini digi (computer) play back gadget for music ? what
is a POD .. is it an acronym ?

how does one describe how Truax and FM & Granular Synthese relate ? if Barry did
not 'invent' Granular Synthesis, could you say he developed it ? uh o, i hear some
kind o essay about Granular &
FM Synthesis, DSP & Computer Music coming on ;-) heard any Good Birds or Weather
(or as Gotfrit might say) or Films lately ?

best, sylvi macCormac
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Michael Dunn wrote:

> At 8:56 AM +0100 2005/6/11, <mopani@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
> >on 11/6/05 00:25, Philippe-Aubert Gauthier at
> >Philippe-Aubert.Gauthier@USherbrooke.ca wrote:
> >
> >> Currently working on an piece for a multichannel installation (4 audio
> >> channels
> >> + 2 channels of electronic circuitry) I was wondering if their some nice
> >> playback solutions (cheap! ...and... easy to use!) for
> >>multichannel material.
> >>
> >> I am seeking for something which would be: compact, easily hidden in the
> >> installation, bug-free, thief-proof (at least something enoughly
> >>cheap that I
> >> won't cry if stolen). (Of course, uses of a computer is not a solution.) The
> > > main objective is to have something which would be quite simple
> >to turn on and
>
> Ummmmmmmm, a DVD..............?



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