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radia #818: What do invisible sounds fancy? & DIE ZWEITE HÄLFTE

zwei Beiträge von Radio Panik Brüssel

« One morning when I woke up I heard a sound that I could not recognize, consequently I wondered about its origin, its existence and its possible correspondences. Our perception of a sound or a music is not the same if we can locate its source, see how it is produced, by what, by whom and therefore I wanted to compose a soundtrack retracing the imaginary of what the sounds we do not hear would do if meeting those which are invisible to us. How do we perceive the sounds we don’t see and how do we see the sounds we don’t hear?

A play of frequencies, timbres or tessitura, prompting the listener to wonder how the sound-object was sculpted… The mystery remains whole and of little importance in our journey. »

Philippe Petit / November 2020 – Recorded on a BUCHLA 200 system.

www.philippepetit.info

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radia # 450
The Death of the Authors, James Joyce & Virginia Woolf & Their Return to Life in Four Seasons.

Every year on New Year’s Day, due to the expiration of copyright protection terms on works produced by authors who died seven decades earlier, thousands of works enter the public domain – that is, their content is no longer owned or controlled by anyone, but it rather becomes a common treasure, available for anyone to freely use for any purpose.

This is a radio reading of a few pages of The Death of the Authors, James Joyce & Virginia Woolf & Their Return to Life in Four Seasons (a Constant remix). The Death of the Authors is a generative novel made with Python and nltk, based on texts by Virginia Woolf, James Joyce, Rabindranath Tagore, Elizabeth Von Arnim, Sherwood Anderson and Henri Bergson, some of the authors we welcomed on 1-1-12.

The selection of the texts used for this publication is very much influenced by the availability of works online. Famous authors are easy to find, English works and translations are often available as free e-books, thanks to an initiative such as The Gutenberg Project.

This publication was the first in a series. By creating a new work every year on Public Domain Day, Constant wants to give an incentive in making public works electronically available and rediscovering them.

Voices :

Spring : Peter Westenberg

Summer : Clémentine Delahaut

Autumn : Milady Renoir

Winter : An Mertens

Recording and editing : Pierre De Jaeger

More info : http://publicdomainday.constantvzw.org/