Re: AT822 et eclipse


Subject: Re: AT822 et eclipse
From: Geoffroy Montel (Geoffroy.Montel@cnet.francetelecom.fr)
Date: Wed Jun 16 1999 - 05:27:38 EDT


Hello,

Well, maybe we could go on that projet!
I don't have any Web Page. Could someone gather the sounds and put
them on his web site?

Geoffroy

Thomas Gerwin a écrit :
>
> Hi Sophia;
>
> I like your idea a lot. The eclipse will be very in Karlsruhe, Germany.
> A lot of tourists will come here to see it, you can buy black sunglasses
> everywhere already now. The mayor gave a way a commission to Oskar Sala
> from Berlin (He made i.e. the film music for Hitchkock's "The Birds") to
> compose an electronic piece which should be played during the whole two
> hour-sequence from the beginning to the end of the eclipse.
> This wil be recorded be TV etc. I myself will go into the deep forest to
> record the birds and forest animals during this time.
>
> I would be interested to share and exchange recordings of this "event".
>
> Best
> --
> Thomas Gerwin
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>
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>
> Sophia Male schrieb:
> >
> > It would be a good idea if everyone recorded their experiece of the
> > eclipse, in all these different parts of the world, and then the
> > individual moments and places could be (re)assembled together in a sort
> > of orbital moment, following the order the eclipse was seen... but
> > can't you only see it from some places anyway? I read Northern Canada
> > was a good spot.
> >
> > in any case the eclipse is very exciting
> >
> > Sophia
> >
> > Geoffroy Montel wrote:
> >
> > > Neil Wiernik a écrit :
> > > >
> > > > Sounds like a good idea any one up for a like streaming broadcast
> > > > of Live EA?
> > > > Neil...
> > >
> > > I think I'd prefer looking at the eclipse instead of sitting in front
> > > of my computer for a live EA, but anyway, that's not a bad idea!
> > >
> > > I thought of a collaboration where many people would record the
> > > soundscape during the eclipse (which only lasts for about 2 minutes),
> > > then people would make the sounds available for the others, and
> > > one could mix them in order to make his own piece of work.
> > > I was told animals go to sleep during the eclipse, that would
> > > be interesting to listen to...
> > >
> > > Just my two cents of euro,
> > >
> > > Geoffroy



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