Experimental Intermedia by John Hudak, released 02 March 2011 1. EI 1 2. EI 2 3. EI 3 On a cool Wednesday evening in December, pasta e fagioli. Experimental Intermedia. Streaming + Download. Purchasable with gift card.
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Don't Worry About Anything, I'll Talk to You Tomorrow. Figure 2. John Hudak + Jason Lescalleet. Room With Sky. John Hudak. John Hudak & Stephan Mathieu.
The Bells is the ninth solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in April 1979 by Arista Records. It is recorded in binaural sound. Several songs on the album are the product of a short-lived writing partnership between Reed and Nils Lofgren. Other of the team's work appeared on Nils' eponymous album of the same year
John Hudak has been interested in sound and music from the age of four when he began to play a variety of instruments. At the University of Delaware (BA, English 1981) and Naropa Institute for the Arts (1979), he studied video, photography, creative writing and dance. He then began to create taped soundtracks for his solo performance art pieces. In recent years, he has concentrated on sound, particularly natural sounds.
As the extended piece progresses, however, subtle changes take place. Hudak's manipulation of the sounds becomes more evident, creating a harsher, more metallic sound, to the point that by six or seven minutes into the piece, the birds sound less like birds, the reeds less like reeds, and both almost take on the squealing harmonics and clashing overtones of air brakes echoing through a subway station. A subtle tension develops throughout the piece, then slowly dissipates towards the end, as the nature sounds fade into the realm of pure, abstract sound.
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