Tristan Whitehill @ 2021-08-22 14:40:02 -0400
Whilst scrolling to research record label Mappa's
home town of Lučenec in Slovakia, I found many photos of the regions architecture. The Slovak heritage art Facebook page provided some photos of abandoned historical architecture and for me the thought occurred of what memories these Slovakian spaces hold.
Tristan Whitehill @ 2021-06-22 20:21:09 -0400
With excellent design skills and a never ending creative drive, Ilithya is a technomancer for the new age. Her practice includes shredding GLSL shaders everyday as well as designing jaw dropping websites. Frogmod is so lucky to have been able to catch up with her and discuss how she manages to make all of this magic and hopefully if you are reading this you too can be inspired by her exciting ideas and creative practices.
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Tristan Whitehill @ 2021-04-26 16:58:43 -0400
Over the time during the pandemic, one of the satisfactions was viewing artists practices on social media as a hopefully temporary replacement for live music. One artist who I was infatuated with was Colin Fisher
and their unrelenting musical drive. Their multi-instrumentalist abilities evoked notes of Allan Holdsworth, Sonny Sharrock, and Milford Graves with some touches of eastern disciplines as they posted almost daily their solo performances. These sessions often produced winding improvisations that include complicated scalar patterns and flowing timing sensibilities. When Halocline Trance
announced Colin's new LP Reflections of the Invisible World
, I dove right in and was delighted in what I experienced.
Tristan Whitehill @ 2021-04-22 16:26:58 -0400
is a collective of media explorers who seemingly draw like minded individuals across the United States together, but the core ensemble lives in Asheville, North Carolina. These adventurers take from humor and "digital content" as they please but always combine the results with a love for an almost platonic notion of Music.
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Tristan Whitehill @ 2021-04-20 20:08:13 -0400
Granular synthesis is a simple concept with amazing results. If you have any list of object, you could pick from this list and re-organize it to your liking. With audio in the time domain, you can apply this method of sorting amplitude values within a section of a stored recording and get new jumbled results. The essence of this concept could be applied to any array of data and composer / educator Michele Zaccagnini
is currently demonstrating this with existing musical score data from Debussy via Max
in this tutorial below:
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