“Improv For Folded Signals” online!

liner_detail_1.jpgAs I’ve previously mentioned, following delivery of a sold-out Naked Arrival release, I am making the full work available online for free download. With the receipt of (and subsequent experimental blog activity about) the two-disc, three-cassette edition of “Improv for Folded Signals,” you can now find the entire work at it’s netlabel page.

Here is a short description I wrote for the download page:

“”Improv for Folded Signals” is constructed from multiple recordings of a single experimental radio action, where numerous streaming instances of a single live broadcast were “folded” back into the mix, utilizing John Roach and Willy Whips’s Simultaneous Translator software. The resulting sounds were recorded separately on three cassettes placed at different locations within the broadcast studio. Later, these cassettes were combined in an artistic fashion to create a monolithic mix of differing “viewpoints” of the original action.”

I hope you’ll take the time to check this out— I am incredibly pleased with the results, I’m sure you’ll enjoy it as well.

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