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There was a rainstorm and then I decided to play music. First, I hooked the output of the mixing-board into the input of the computer and recorded. Then, I took the output of the computer and ran it into the board's third channel. I modulated the two sounds. I improvised on a sine tone through the computer. I read what was at the moment my favorite poem. (A poem with apples, which are good for the lungs. It is by Frost.) I read and improvised, then I stopped and put everything back into the computer. Mostly to the left channel I played everything forwards. Mostly to the right channel I played everything backwards.
This audio is part of the collection: luvsound
It also belongs to collection: Netlabels
Artist/Composer: Erik Schoster
Date: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
Keywords: 20th century poetry
Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs
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|improvisation on a saturday night after a rainstorm||
Subject: After Apple-Picking
An electronically processed narration of Robert Frost's poem After Apple-Picking [North of Boston (1914)] set against an improvised wash of ambient noise.