The Death of High Fidelity
Monday, December 31, 2007
According to this post on rolling stone music quality its getting worse and worse by the minute, this is due to mp3 and low quality music engineers.
This as to do something with bending and the quality of the instruments we all produce and build, are they really great when it cames to sound quality, and what can we do to improve this same quality.
The question its for the new year that approaches in high speed.
So HAPPY NEW 2008
The Death of High FidelityVia RollingStone
P.s Sorry to you all for the bad images in the last post, it was our fault and we shall be uping some new ones.
Labels: engeneering, high fidelity, lowtech, music
Friday, December 14, 2007
Its another great resource for all circuit benders out there.
"This blog shows project documentations of various projects done by members of association of experimental electronics. Some projects are very easy and suitable for beginners, some are only for more advanced solderers."
Labels: circuit bending
David Tudor is without question one of the premier figures in the performance of new music since the middle of this century. As a pianist, Tudor gave highly acclaimed first performances of works by contemporary composers Pierre Boulez, Earle Brown, Sylvano Bussotti, John Cage, Morton Feldman, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Christian Wolff, Stephan Wolpe, and La Monte Young, among others. As a composer, Tudor chose specific electronic components and their interconnections to define both composition and performance drawing upon resources that were both flexible and complex.
P.s be shure to check the instruments and diagrams page, lots of cool stuff in there
Labels: circuit bending, david tudor, instruments, music, performance