Re: Searching for...

Subject: Re: Searching for...
From: Shane Turner (
Date: Mon Nov 14 2005 - 10:56:52 EST

Check out the miami-based schematic label, a lot of their artists work by
cutting up samples, some even do purely concrete and acousmatic tracks on

A link to the (very fancy) website of one of their artists (Example of a
very pretty sound designer's website also) Richard Devine:

In particular Asect/Dsect. The album just prior to that one is worth taking
a glance at also, much more acousmatic. Take a look at the photos of the
studio if you get a chance...

--shane turner

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mathew Adkins" <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, November 14, 2005 6:10 AM
Subject: RE: Searching for...

I am happy to keep it public, just didn;t want to clog the list up. I was
more interested in beats/concrete to start off with.
If I include RN's Spleen etc and the other pieces this then open things up
to I could be lecturing for days! For now let's stick
with concrete beats :-)


-----Original Message-----
From: on behalf of
Sent: Mon 11/14/2005 10:06 AM
Subject: Re: Searching for...

Great topic! ;-)

I wonder if we could keep this public as opposed to private? I know that I,
for one, would love to read other people's

Off the bat, I'd suggest Amon Tobin, particularly his Supermodified cd.
Also, Si Begg's Commuter World.


PS: maybe we could change the topic title to something like, Beats and
Concrete or something like that? Searching for... is a
bit vague. Unless you really mean rhythm in a larger sense. If you do
though, it really opens up the pool, as many ea
composers use rhythm without ever using beats (like Robert Normandeau, for

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On Mon Nov 14 1:37 , 'Mathew Adkins' <> sent:

>I am preparing a lecture on the rhythmic use of concrete sounds in
>electronica/electroacoustic and was wondering if any of you can
>recommend some artists. So far I am using as examples:

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