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Pablo Diserens / MARC NAMBLARD // Tape Series 004 Tape

Pablo Diserens / MARC NAMBLARD // Tape Series 004 Tape

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Two field recording writers, Pablo Diserens of Berlin, Germany and Marc Namblard of France, will establish a French field recording label in May 2.A split cassette released from Presque Tout with a limited edition of 53.

Side A is Lake Lusitz, Germany, Side B is French Guineain SulaIt's a field recording.It is out of print.

*If you would like a digital sound source, please feel free to contact us.

Below is a description of the A-side by Pablo Diserens.

"There are many ponds scattered in the cracks of the ruined shelter facing the reed field. Groups of Anurans are singing like an annual event, hidden in the greenery. Toad (Bombina Bombina) A tapestry of sunsets woven by the calls of the tree frog (Hyla arborea)."

Below is a description of the B-side by Marc Namblard.

"Arriving in Cayenne in the evening, I was recovering from jet lag a few hours later in the residential area of ​​Macuria. Before dawn I was awakened by a repetitive call that reminded me of an amphibian (later identified as Leptodactylus stenodema). I hurriedly set up a microphone by the window to pick up this sound (it reappeared in the recording from 2:50 to 3:46), but soon fell asleep. It records the evolution of the sound environment of a garden inhabited by insects, amphibians and birds until the sun rises."

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Presque Tout releases available at Tobira.

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Ask us for digital files. Edition of 53.

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Artist statement / track information via the label:

"► PABLO DISERENS

Constellation of ponds, Lusatia (DE)
04/06/2021, 10:27pm
[at the request of biologists: location kept concealed for conservation purposes]

Forgotten among a constellation of ponds, an opening in an abandoned shelter borders a reedbed. Hidden in the greenery, an anuran community sound their annual conjunction. The murmurs of fire-bellied toads (Bombina Bombina) and the croaks of tree frogs (Hyla arborea ) interweave into a vespertine tapestry.

Microphones: LOM Uši Pro
Recorder: Sound Devices MixPre-6 II

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►MARC NAMBLARD

Soula, Tonate-Macouria, French Guiana (FR)

11/14/2014, 5:30 am
[4.930636, -52.403963]

Arrived in Cayenne in the evening, I found myself a few hours later in a residential area of ​​Macouria recovering from jet lag. I was awakened shortly before daybreak by repetitive cries that immediately reminded me of an amphibian (I will later identify Leptodactylus stenodema). I hastily sat up my microphones at the window to pick this sound up (it appears again in the recording - from 2'50'' to 3'46'') but I went back to sleep soon after. The equipment will run for several hours and capture the evolution of the sound environment in the garden, populated by insects, amphibians and birds, until the arrival of the sun.

Microphones: pair of Sennheiser MKH20
Recorder : Nagra Ares BB+"

Artist : Pablo Diserens / Marc Namblard

Label: Presque Tout

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Two field recording writers, Pablo Diserens of Berlin, Germany and Marc Namblard of France, will establish a French field recording label in May 2.A split cassette released from Presque Tout with a limited edition of 53.

Side A is Lake Lusitz, Germany, Side B is French Guineain SulaIt's a field recording.It is out of print.

*If you would like a digital sound source, please feel free to contact us.

Below is a description of the A-side by Pablo Diserens.

"There are many ponds scattered in the cracks of the ruined shelter facing the reed field. Groups of Anurans are singing like an annual event, hidden in the greenery. Toad (Bombina Bombina) A tapestry of sunsets woven by the calls of the tree frog (Hyla arborea)."

Below is a description of the B-side by Marc Namblard.

"Arriving in Cayenne in the evening, I was recovering from jet lag a few hours later in the residential area of ​​Macuria. Before dawn I was awakened by a repetitive call that reminded me of an amphibian (later identified as Leptodactylus stenodema). I hurriedly set up a microphone by the window to pick up this sound (it reappeared in the recording from 2:50 to 3:46), but soon fell asleep. It records the evolution of the sound environment of a garden inhabited by insects, amphibians and birds until the sun rises."

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Presque Tout releases available at Tobira.

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

Ask us for digital files. Edition of 53.

+

Artist statement / track information via the label:

"► PABLO DISERENS

Constellation of ponds, Lusatia (DE)
04/06/2021, 10:27pm
[at the request of biologists: location kept concealed for conservation purposes]

Forgotten among a constellation of ponds, an opening in an abandoned shelter borders a reedbed. Hidden in the greenery, an anuran community sound their annual conjunction. The murmurs of fire-bellied toads (Bombina Bombina) and the croaks of tree frogs (Hyla arborea ) interweave into a vespertine tapestry.

Microphones: LOM Uši Pro
Recorder: Sound Devices MixPre-6 II

++

►MARC NAMBLARD

Soula, Tonate-Macouria, French Guiana (FR)

11/14/2014, 5:30 am
[4.930636, -52.403963]

Arrived in Cayenne in the evening, I found myself a few hours later in a residential area of ​​Macouria recovering from jet lag. I was awakened shortly before daybreak by repetitive cries that immediately reminded me of an amphibian (I will later identify Leptodactylus stenodema). I hastily sat up my microphones at the window to pick this sound up (it appears again in the recording - from 2'50'' to 3'46'') but I went back to sleep soon after. The equipment will run for several hours and capture the evolution of the sound environment in the garden, populated by insects, amphibians and birds, until the arrival of the sun.

Microphones: pair of Sennheiser MKH20
Recorder : Nagra Ares BB+"

Artist : Pablo Diserens / Marc Namblard

Label: Presque Tout