Detritus 264

>Fascinating high speed films by Trevor Cox of sound vibrations

 

> Great interview with James Turrell on apprehending light

 

> Percy Principles of Art and Composition (I like the sore thumb analogy)

 

 

> “You want to quiet the noise in your head to solidify that fragile germ of an idea”

 

> Beautiful quiet album & for a good cause: How to Catch Stille

 

> Ryuichic Sakamotos new installation at YCAMForest Symphony – “Trees are geniuses that convert sunlight into energy, or in other words, catch electromagnetic waves by way of photosynthesis. I’d like to translate that periodicity into music.”

 

> Happy Birthday Stanley Kubrick! – wonder if they buried him in his jacket?

 

> Interesting app for real time musical analysis

 

> Great idea – a cheap dongle by Google (aka a gongle?) to turn your TV into a net connected

 

> handy iPad app for realtime interview logging

 

> something to try on your next vehicle recording?
(or to annoy boy racers)

 

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