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Mark Vernon // Sonograph Sound Effects Series Volume 2: Public and Domestic Plumbing and Sanitation LP

Mark Vernon // Sonograph Sound Effects Series Volume 2: Public and Domestic Plumbing and Sanitation LP

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This is the latest work released on Calling Card in August 2021 by Scottish Glasgow noise writer Mark Vernon, who has been released by Kye and Canti Magnetici in the past.

This work is a sound effect record work that collects the sounds around pipes such as drain pipes, drain outlets, water leaks, squeaky faucets and water tanks.We use contact microphones and small binaural microphones to enter small spaces that are inaccessible and record a large number of sounds from a special perspective.

It's also a homage to classic sound effects albums like the BBC Sound Effects Library, with a description of each sound.It's not just about meeting the needs of professional and amateur broadcasters, filmmakers and theater producers, it's a purely interesting album to listen to.


Labels and other worksClick here /// Click here to see more Calling Cards Publishing releases available at Tobira.

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Edition of 300.

Text by Calling Cards Publishing

"Mark Vernon presents the second volume of his Sonograph Sound Effects Series – the follow up to the unexpectedly popular'Sounds of the Modern Hospital' LP. This time the focus is on sounds of plumbing and sanitation: drainpipes, plugholes, leaks, squeaky taps and cisterns.

Vernon has recorded many of the sounds from unusual perspectives, in extreme close-up scenarios, using contact mics or small binaural microphones to get into tiny inaccessible spaces. intention here is to reveal the marvellous within the most mundane and every day of sounds.

The record masquerades as a collection of generic archetypal sounds whilst in actuality it revels in the specific and unique – some of the most idiosyncratic and characterful instances of such sounds. No two gurgles are alike.

As an avid collector of sound effects records these obsolete discs have gradually taken on new meaning for Vernon as As their use value has decreased their value as historical audio documents has grown. To produce a sound effects LP in the age of digital audio libraries is an anachronistic gesture intended to elevate what purports to be a generic collection of recordings intended for functional use to the level of an artwork.

The album is in part a homage to classic ranges of sound effects albums such as the BBC Sound Effects Library --even down to the utilitarian design and functional descriptions of the sounds (a key aspect of this release). Such generic collections of sounds were intended However, through careful selection and sequencing it is also intended that this record works as a linear sound composition.

>>> Utilitarian unsounds for undisclosed purposes <<
 "

Artist: Mark Vernon

Label: Calling Cards Publishing

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This is the latest work released on Calling Card in August 2021 by Scottish Glasgow noise writer Mark Vernon, who has been released by Kye and Canti Magnetici in the past.

This work is a sound effect record work that collects the sounds around pipes such as drain pipes, drain outlets, water leaks, squeaky faucets and water tanks.We use contact microphones and small binaural microphones to enter small spaces that are inaccessible and record a large number of sounds from a special perspective.

It's also a homage to classic sound effects albums like the BBC Sound Effects Library, with a description of each sound.It's not just about meeting the needs of professional and amateur broadcasters, filmmakers and theater producers, it's a purely interesting album to listen to.


Labels and other worksClick here /// Click here to see more Calling Cards Publishing releases available at Tobira.

-------------------------

Edition of 300.

Text by Calling Cards Publishing

"Mark Vernon presents the second volume of his Sonograph Sound Effects Series – the follow up to the unexpectedly popular'Sounds of the Modern Hospital' LP. This time the focus is on sounds of plumbing and sanitation: drainpipes, plugholes, leaks, squeaky taps and cisterns.

Vernon has recorded many of the sounds from unusual perspectives, in extreme close-up scenarios, using contact mics or small binaural microphones to get into tiny inaccessible spaces. intention here is to reveal the marvellous within the most mundane and every day of sounds.

The record masquerades as a collection of generic archetypal sounds whilst in actuality it revels in the specific and unique – some of the most idiosyncratic and characterful instances of such sounds. No two gurgles are alike.

As an avid collector of sound effects records these obsolete discs have gradually taken on new meaning for Vernon as As their use value has decreased their value as historical audio documents has grown. To produce a sound effects LP in the age of digital audio libraries is an anachronistic gesture intended to elevate what purports to be a generic collection of recordings intended for functional use to the level of an artwork.

The album is in part a homage to classic ranges of sound effects albums such as the BBC Sound Effects Library --even down to the utilitarian design and functional descriptions of the sounds (a key aspect of this release). Such generic collections of sounds were intended However, through careful selection and sequencing it is also intended that this record works as a linear sound composition.

>>> Utilitarian unsounds for undisclosed purposes <<
 "

Artist: Mark Vernon

Label: Calling Cards Publishing