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Crank Satori and Deadtech Present:
24HOUR MEDIUM: twentyfour hours of continuous drone
. . .fading in at 8PM Friday February 6th
fading out at 8PM Saturday February 7th. . .
For any number of performers
goal: twentyfour hours of continuous evolving drone
rules for individual performers:
1. DRONE. No melodies. No rhythms. No bleeps and beeps. Just drone.
2. No abrupt changes. A new drone must be faded in slowly.
An old drone must be faded out slowly and completely before you can fade in a new drone.
. . .all are welcome to attend and participate
. . .arrive anytime leave anytime
. . .bring a sleeping bag and sleep
or stay up the whole twenty four. . .
. . .bring something that makes a drone:
- air organ - computer - synth - tone generator -
- acoustic instruments - etc -
. . .a mixer and quad speaker setup will be available,
but inputs are limited, so if you have your own mixer
please bring it
. . .there will be a number of headphone distro amps available
for those with isolationist tendencies - bring your own headphones
. . .coffee and a coffee maker will be available
. . .a collection will be taken in the am for breakfast
we're probably cooking something egg-related. . .
. . .any other food or drink is strictly byo
. . .if you're planning on attending and playing
please drop us a line a info@NOSPAMcranksatori.net [remove the NOSPAM]
just so we have an idea of how many performers
there might be and when they will be there
3321 W. Fullerton Ave.
i love presets moved here
I LOVE PRESETS
Rob Ray and I pretty much making a mess of everything. . .
and rocking the casio beats.
I'll be perfoming in Ernst Karel's Richmond Field Station quintet
this Sunday. . .
Decomposure at Deadtech
featuring compositions by
DJ Names spins before/after
Sunday 18 January, 2004
3321 W Fullerton
a $5 donation is greatly appreciated
a Not For Profit endeavor - www.tvpow.net/notforprofit
Fred Lonberg-Holm presents
Instructions for String Ensemble, Test Amps and
Other Small Electronic Devices.
For violin, cello, guitar, keyboard and test amps. The score is a series of
instructions describing mic and speaker movement and volume adjustments.
Ernst Karel presents
Richmond Field Station quintet
Richmond Field Station is a remote campus of UC Berkeley, northwest of
Berkeley, on the edge of the bay. In the various buildings scattered about,
many research projects are pursued, including plant and aquatic biology,
pavement research, and seismic structural testing; in addition, one building
is used for graduate art studios. It is a large area, and although it was
formerly used by a company which made blasting caps for gold mining (tests
were said to break windows across the bay in San Francisco), it is now
generally quiet. A current exception to the quiet is a soil remediation
project underway to cope with the mercury and other toxins left from the
earlier era of explosives manufacturing, in which large quantities of earth
are being removed, carbon is added to absorb the mercury, and limestone to
raise the pH, and then the soil is replaced.
The composition uses recordings made at RFS, and pitch and rhythmic material
derived from these recordings. It was composed for Unclocked: Jason
Ajemian (bass), Tim Daisy (drums), Ernst Karel (trumpet), and Aram Shelton
(clarinet), with special guest Jason Soliday (recordings, electronics).
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