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soundcapsule


 Da Contents H2

September 18 2012
soundcapsule #5
sept 18: ensemble offspring, thembi soddell, lawrence english, eugene carchesio

July 17 2012
soundcapsule #4
july 17: ida duelund hansen - chamber made opera; kraig grady - clocks & clouds; david burraston - the wired lab

May 8 2012
soundcapsule #3
may 8: jon rose, thomas william vs scissor lock, shoeb ahmad

March 6 2012
soundcapsule #2
march 6: hope & vickery, ughetti, gorfinkel

December 18 2009
soundcapsule #1
december 2009

 

 

Soundcapsule will be a bi-monthly online feature where we offer free downloads of music by artists we've recently covered in RealTime.

All tracks are copyright the artists.

cat hope (with lindsay vickery), the talking board, performed by decibel

Decibel, performing The Talking Board at Totally Huge New Music Festival 2011 Decibel, performing The Talking Board at Totally Huge New Music Festival 2011
photo Brad Serls
Cat Hope's practice covers a wide variety of forms and styles, from rock and noise music to contemporary classical composition and gallery installation. In 2009 she started the new music ensemble Decibel which has rapidly proven itself to be a unique contribution to the Australian musical landscape, exploring the combination of electronics, digital technology and acoustic instruments.

Hope says of piece The Talking Board, composed with Lindsay Vickery, that "each player has their own 'planchette'—a coloured circle enclosing the materials that they must perform. The four planchettes are programmed to independently traverse the graphically notated score creating a progression of material for the performers to realise, including the spatialisation and processing of the acoustic instruments."

The Talking Board (2011)
Composer: Lindsay Vickery and Cat Hope
Performers: Decibel (Cat Hope, Lindsay Vickery, Stuart James, Malcolm Riddoch, Tristen Parr, Aaron Wyatt)
Recording: Live in Rottenburg, Germany, January 2012

TRACK The Talking Board - Rottenburg: click to stream or right/option click to download

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eugene ughetti, procession

Eugene Ughetti performing Le Noir de l'Etoile, at Totally Huge New Music festival 2011 Eugene Ughetti performing Le Noir de l'Etoile, at Totally Huge New Music festival 2011
photo Brad Serls
Eugene Ughetti is a composer, percussionist and artistic director of Speak Percussion. He has toured extensively in Australia and internationally and has also collaborated with artists and companies such as Aphids, choreographer Martin del Amo and glass artist Elaine Miles on the Glass Percussion project. He is a recipient of one of 2012-13 Myer Creative Fellowship awards. www.speakpercussion.com/

The track Procession is composed and performed by Eugene Ughetti.

TRACK: Procession: click to stream or right/option click to download

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dale gorfinkel, out hear festival 2011

Dale Gorfinkel performing at the Out Hear Festival 2011 Dale Gorfinkel performing at the Out Hear Festival 2011
photo Emile Zile
Dale Gorfinkel is a multi-instrumentalist, improvisor, instrument builder, installation artist and educator. He is interested in finding fresh ways of presenting and making music. These include outdoors, across artforms, and inter-cultural and inter-generational contexts. He brings creative communities together & shifts perceived boundaries of scenes, styles & artforms.

Gorfinkel states "This track is from a performance as part of the Out Hear Festival at Footscray Community Arts Centre November 2011. The festival featured sound installations and performances by artists Joyce Hinterding, Ross Manning, Riki-Metisse Marlow, Anthony Magen, Matt Chaumont, Ernie Althoff and myself as FCAC artist-in-residence. On this recording I am playing a radically modified trumpet along with my installation of a 'footpump powered brassband' consisting of many meters of tubes connected to automated tuba, trombone and trumpet attached to the top of flag poles at FCAC. It is a non-electric version of surround sound. In the background you can hear another of my installations, automated kinetic sculptures called 'boubbly boubblies', as well as the sounds of industrial footscray, transport, birds and echoes from various walls more than 50 meters away. Through Out Hear I hope to encourage a culture of listening, sound and music in outdoor and unconventional spaces. www.outhear.com
www.dalegorfinkel.com

TRACK: Out Hear Festival 2011 - live: click to stream or right/option click to download

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