Detritus 343


▶ some teacher, somewhere deserves a payrise for this! #adorable

 

▶ the creative process(or)

 

▶ I found Darth Vaders synth on eBay
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▶ interesting insight into changes in music streaming bizo…

 

▶ you can help purchase the equipment necessary to save Harry Bertoia’s massive archive of Sonambient tape reels + release unheard works via Kickstarter – 6 days to go!

 

 

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▶ check out this wry mockumentary web series about the lives of two foley artists/sound effects men called Roger; The Art of Foley
(nice one Dean!)

 

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Detritus 342

 

 

▶ profiling 10 Japanese contemporary artists

 

▶ interview with Whiplash sound team

 

 

▶ love these synth miniatures

 

Zimoun : 250 prepared ac-motors, 325 kg roof laths, 1.8 km rope, 2015 from ZIMOUN on Vimeo.

 

Robert Montgomery A Short Introduction from dael on Vimeo.

“…the encouragement of strangers….”

 

isolated vocals? thanks Rene

 

▶ Transforming room sound with a Max patch – wow!!

 

One of the most colourful instruments – the ISS from nikoladze on Vimeo.

 

 

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Journey to Onomichi

I ordered this book quite a while ago but it took Amazon a while to track one down – having visited Onomichi a couple of times I was intrigued to see Wim Wenders view of it. He went there inspired by his favourite film, Tokyo Story by Yasujirô Ozu, which starts and ends there…

 

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I’m a photographer of places.
My greatest pleasure is to arrive somewhere
I have not been before,
to wander around on my own,
to just look
and take pictures.
I prefer not to know a thing!”

Wim Wenders

 

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MECHANISM Meccano outtakes

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Some unused macro shots (5DmkIII and EF100L) of vintage Meccano from recording of MECHANISM – while recording with a small 12volt fan for the library I started wondering what would happen if I plugged it into my modular synth, would CV have enough grunt to power a small electric motor? If so, what happens if I plug it into an LFO or a sequencer? hmmmm…