(this seemingly linear view actually moves in both directions, in the other drawings the center of those drawings represents the noise to silence vacuum at the margins of this one, similarly, the center of this represents the periphery of those, this is because these are two dimensional models of a three dimensional model of sound... Continue Reading →
That quote is part of the liner notes of David Behrman's piece on the record The Sonic Arts Union from 1971.Seems sensible, no?
I think that there are really two poles of my interest and in my music, which interact like magnetic poles.One deals with music of a continuous nature. This can be imagined as a drone or as like a pedal tone in a Bach organ piece, but one with no figuration above it, such that that... Continue Reading →
that from John Cage. I tend to like those moments and cultivate or at least look for them. Its okay with me if you don't, but please allow me to continue to do so.
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