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RE: The MRI and Looping: For Ambient & Experimental Music?
Ok I have only read some of this thread but FWIW two years ago I underwent
some back surgery and had a few MRIs. I was able to record one of them on
a small handheld mini cassette which the technician graciously allowed to
sit on his desk outside the actual room of the MRI. He DID look at me
rather funny when I asked him if I could record the sounds but after a
brief discussion he agreed. I suppose they see weirder folks.
So, the point is if you don't ask you can't get it. I have been working
with the source material I got for some time now and I have to agree with
all the comments of how it is rhythmical, ambient, industrial, etc. In my
experience in environmental sound there is nothing quite like it.
FWIW I am only familiar with the enclosed MRIs. there are not "open" MRIs
which I would imagine sound quite different.
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