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Thomas Tilly - Script Geometry flac album

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Performer: Thomas Tilly
Title: Script Geometry
Country: Belgium
Released: 2014
Style: Field Recording, Experimental
Category: Electronic / Records
Rating: 4.8 ✦
Other format: MMF AC3 AHX DXD RA MP2 VQF

Script Geometry was conceived of this idea, of the desire to work with this density and to attempt to extract the characteristic forms of these analogies. To weave these strata and verticalities together in a different pattern, using the signals from the forest as if they were synthetic sounds. Disséquer ce spectre et y chercher quelque chose que seule l’écoute peut révéler. Thomas Tilly, hiver 2012. tablies au cœur d'une zone de forêt primaire, ces stations accueillent des programmes de recherche scientifiques internationaux relatifs à la forêt tropicale et sa biodiversité.

Script geometry by THOMAS TILLY, released 16 April 2014 1. At night, mass 2. Hyla, nana 3. In the ground 4. Crossroads, phasing 5. Castaneotica 6. °°°°°° 7. Crossroads, nodes 8. Epipedobates hahneli 9. La grotte, parfum 10. Turtle breath 11. Unidentidied insects colony 12. Reference recording. Script geometry comes from this idea and the desire to work with density, in an attempt to extract forms that characterize these analogies.

Listen to the best Script Geometry shows. 900 secondes - l'émission du 27 avril 2013 - Interview de Thomas Tilly, Script Geometry. by Le Confort Moderne. 20. 5y ago. confort moderne.

re-released by mystery sea), chris whitehead (observatoire) and the most recent appearance, thomas tilly (beautiful double lp + cd by aposiopèse). we are also now making a public open call for submissions for our framework:seasonal compilation series - issue was released way back in the autumn of last year, and it's time to start working towards issue we are open to field recordings and compositional work using field recording, as-yet unpublished work (or excerpts) between 1 and.

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Tracklist

Disc 1 - Red Sticker
A1 At Night Mass 13:24
A2 Hyla Nana 5:52
B1 In The Ground 1:45
B2 Crossroads, Phasing 1:45
B3 Castaneotica 6:24
Disc 2 - Orange Sticker
C1 °°°°°° 2:19
C2 Crossroads, Nodes 17:58
C3 Epipedobates Hahneli 3:26
D1 La Grotte Parfum 13:21
D2 Turtle Breath 1:23
D3 Unidentifed Insects Colony 12:04
Disc 3 - Blue Sticker
E Reference Recording 59:59

Companies, etc.

  • Lacquer Cut At – Dubplates & Mastering
  • Produced At – Aposiopèse

Credits

  • Artwork – Mélanie Bourgoin
  • Lacquer Cut By – Rashad Becker
  • Mastered By – James Plotkin (tracks: A1 to D3), Thomas Tilly (tracks: E)
  • Recorded By, Composed By, Producer – Thomas Tilly
  • Translated By – Scott Elwood Stroud

Notes

Promo version with 4-panel insert and postcard. Each section of the tracklist is matched to a CDr with colour-coded stickers.

Produced by Aposiopese / le Confort Moderne / Jazz à Poitiers / le Lieu Multiple / Thomas Tilly

About this project :

Picture the forest as a city, a construct, an ensemble made up of strata and verticalities, where signals respond, oppose, and ignore each other. Variation operates continuously; solids and vacuums are created as a function of time, of peak and off-peak hours. Listening to this density, in which the languages escape our comprehension, puts our ears to the test and from time to time permits the appearance of analogies with a modern acoustic environment. Cultural ties bring together our perception of the sound of technology with these natural acoustic phenomena: “It sounds like…; it resembles…”.
The tones? The structures? There is something that exists in the tropical forest that rings and plays, like electronica, like music, like electronic noise. In any case, there is something that characterizes an era long before the birth of the biotopes that compose the forest and are at the origin of these sounds. Script Geometry was conceived of this idea, of the desire to work with this density and to attempt to extract the characteristic forms of these analogies. To take these sounds out of context and to re-purpose them, much as how the circuits of a synthesizer are wired. To weave these strata and verticalities together in a different pattern, using the signals from the forest as if they were synthetic sounds. To dissect the spectrum of the forest and to find within that which only listening can reveal.

In March 2013 I traveled to the Nouragues scientific research stations in French Guiana. Situated in the heart of a tropical rain forest, these stations welcome international scientific research programs dealing with the tropical forest and its biodiversity. For the 30 days and nights of my stay, I listened to and captured the sound environment with a focus on animal communications; those which are perceptible to the human ear, but also the inaudible that exist in the ultrasonic spectrum. The result is a collection of compositions and phonography characteristic of the zone. No electronic manipulation has been added to these recordings other than a low cut filter and a light EQ mix.

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Envisager la forêt comme une ville, une construction, un ensemble fait de strates et de verticalités où des signaux se répondent, s’opposent et s’ignorent. Des variations s’opèrent, des pleins et des vides se créent en fonction du temps, des heures de pointe et des heures creuses. Cette densité dont les langages nous échappent met l’oreille à l’épreuve et laisse apparaître de temps à autre des analogies avec un environnement sonore moderne. Des câbles culturels rapprochent alors notre écoute de ces phénomènes acoustiques naturels de celle de la technologie : "ça sonne comme, ça ressemble à".
Les timbres ? les structures des sons ? Il existe quelque chose dans une forêt tropicale qui sonne et joue comme de l’électronique, de la musique, du bruit électronique. En tout cas quelque chose caractérisant une ère bien postérieure à la naissance des biotopes qui composent cette forêt et qui créent ces sons. Script Geometry nait de cette idée, de l’envie de travailler sur cette densité et de tenter d’en extraire des formes caractéristiques de ces analogies. Sortir ces sons de leur contexte pour les ré-agencer comme on câble les circuits d’un synthétiseur. Retisser ces strates et ces verticalités dans un autre ordre en utilisant les signaux provenant de la forêt comme des sons synthétiques. Disséquer ce spectre et y chercher quelque chose que seule l’écoute peut révéler.
Thomas Tilly, hiver 2012.

En mars 2013, je suis parti travailler sur les stations du CNRS aux Nouragues, en Amazonie Guyanaise. Établies au cœur d'une zone de forêt primaire, ces stations accueillent des programmes de recherche scientifiques internationaux relatifs à la forêt tropicale et sa biodiversité. Durant les 30 jours et trente nuits de mon séjour, j'ai écouté et capté l'environnement sonore de la zone en m'intéressant spécifiquement à la communication animale ; celle perceptible par l'oreille humaine, mais aussi celle inaudible, existant dans le spectre ultrasonique. Les travaux résultant sont une collection de compositions et de phonographies caractéristiques de la zone. Aucun traitements électroniques n'ont étés ajoutés à ces enregistrements, tout au plus un filtrage des fréquences graves ou une légère équalisation.

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Script Geometry a été mené en résidence, avec le Confort Moderne, Jazz à Poitiers, le Lieu Multiple et le CNRS Guyane, entre Février et Juin 2013. Ce projet a été complété par une série de concerts, conférences et diffusions ainsi q'un atelier de création.
Plus d'informations à scriptgeometry.wordpress.com

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A1 Script Geometry - at night, mass. 13'24
Composed from A-B stereo recordings of the same zone made during several nights. Raw recording from 0'00 to 3'40, mixed from 3'40 to the end.

A2 Script Geometry – hyla nana 5'52
Stereo phonography. No mixing, no editing, low cut filter. Recorded in Cayenne (species not found in the Nourague zone).

B1 Script Geometry - in the ground. 1'45
Phonography - no mixing, no editing.

B2 Script Geometry – crossroads, phasing. 13'25
Composition, classic and ultrasonic recordings. Mixing and editing.

B3 Script Geometry - castaneotica. 6'24
Mono phonography. No mixing, edited at 1'39.

C1 Script Geometry - °°°°°°. 2'19
Ultrasonic phonography. No mixing, no editing.

C2 Script Geometry – crossroads, nodes. 17'58
Composition, classic and ultrasonic recordings. Mixing and editing.

C3 Script Geometry – epipedobates hahneli. 3'26
Phonography - no mixing, no editing.

D1 Script Geometry – la grotte parfum. 13'21
Phonography. Two simultaneous tracks recorded with a microphone and an heterodyne sensor (ultrasounds) in the same localization. No editing.

D2 Script Geometry – turtle breath. 1'23
Stereo phonography. No mixing, no editing.

D3 Script Geometry - unidentified insects colony. 12'04
Ultrasonic phonography. No mixing, no editing.

CD Reference recording 59'59
AB stereo recording, at night. No editing, no mixing. The reference recording is a document added to the work found on the vinyls, it's a sound reference point giving an example of the Nouragues zone, and the sound activity present there over a relatively long period of time.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Apo.09 Thomas Tilly Script Geometry ‎(2xLP, Album + CD, Album) Aposiopèse Apo.09 Belgium 2014