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Re: the sound of chopped water
I spent quite a bit of time poking around here, very artful! Put a whole
new mood into my day, thanks!
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Sent: Thursday, March 16, 2000 4:24 AM
Subject: the sound of chopped water
> A group of drummers from Togo meet Frank Sinatra in cyberspace
> A cloud of granulated metal sounds, taken from a piezo microphone
recording of a wastebasket
> Vibrations of a glass container for butter caused by a nearby freezer
> Chopping water into slices
> The bathroom whale band plays a rhythm with a whale voice solo on top
> A trio of metal thermos flasks, pushed around on a wooden plate
> meets these and dozens of other surprising sounds in a musical year 2000
diary at http://www.mpeters.de/mpeweb/music/my2k ...
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