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Monthly Archives: September 2011
When I listened to the playlist for the category of of mash-ups and sampling sound, I felt as if I was listening to a rock song off my I pod. I really enjoyed it. I loved the beat and the … Continue reading
When I first listened to the codpaste episode about sound poetry, I found it really funny. I think sound poetry is a hilarious concept but also one that can be referred to as extremely deep, depending of course on what … Continue reading
When I first listened to marathon Luther king’s speech with language removed, I was surprised that someone would even think to do such a thing. It’s both creative and imaginative, and the sounds I heard were great. In a way … Continue reading
Paul Dutton is a talented and highly respected writer of fiction, poetry and essays, and well as an oral sound artist. He has also made his mark in Canada and internationally as a leading oral sound artist, whilst performing as … Continue reading
Maja Ratkje is a fascinating musician and sound artist of both contemporary art and electronic art. It is said that her work is “celebratory and inclusive, an energizing rallying call to those who are curious enough to peek out from … Continue reading
When I first read about john cage and his piece “four thirty-three,” which is often mistakably referred to as “the silent piece,” I was stunned. I felt confused at first thinking of why he would have done such a thing, … Continue reading