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Coppice // Draw Agreement 3xCD

Coppice // Draw Agreement 3xCD

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Experimental music duo Coppice from Chicago, USA, released a 2023-CD set from French experimental label Ferns in February 2.

Same countryElectro-acoustic produced at the Yerkes Observatory in Williams Bay, Wisconsin - Contains 16 collages produced for the Chicago Laboratory for Electroacoustic Theater (96-channel 7-speaker sound system).Digipak, shrink specification.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more fern recordings releases available at Tobira.

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Edition of 200.

ferns recordings:

"experiments (2009-2022) with custom, prepared, and modified musical instruments and devices.

This 3CD set abridges Coppice's first three studies, artificially inserts them into the Yerkes Observatory in Williams Bay, WI, and binaurally captures their diffusion across Elastic's CLEAT (Chicago Laboratory for Electroacoustic Theater), a 16-channel 96-speaker sound system."

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Track/disc information (via the label):

" CD1: Abridgements

1.Circumpass (2009-2014)
2.Compass (2014-2018)
3. Hourglass (2009-2022)
4.At the Poles (2014/2016)

Composed by montaging audio quotations from Coppice's first two studies, «Circumpass» representing Bellows & Electronics (2009-2014), and «Compass» representing Physical Modeling & Modular Syntheses (2014-2018). Representing Phonography & Fiction (2018-2022), «Hourglass» abridges Coppice's overarching sonic palette across all three studies (2009-2022). «At the Poles» is a conjunction of two unaltered solo performances, one for an Estey pump organ (cir. 1935, prepared in 2013) by Noé Cuéllar (recorded in January 2014), and one for modular synthesis by Joseph Kramer (recorded in May 2016), each of which has been separated from «Soft Crown» from “Vantage/Cordoned” (cadoc., CA, 2014), and « Here» from “Green Flame” (cadoc., CA, 2018).

CD2: Observatory Sound

1. Rotations in Refractor (Simulated Diffusion in the Likeness of the Yerkes Observatory)
2. Turning in Reflectors (Simulated Diffusion in Objects against the Yerkes Observatory)

Composed in 2021 using virtual acoustics of the Yerkes Observatory, through which are simulated the diffusions of «Circumpass» and «Compass». Spatial models and field recordings recorded on May 16 and 24, 2018 at the Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, WI.

CD3: Sonic Observation

1. Clocks in Flux (Elastic Capture-Source Diffusion post-CLEAT)

Composed in 2022, combining a binaural recording of Coppice's performed diffusion of «Hourglass» and «At the Poles» using CLEAT (Chicago Laboratory for Electroacoustic Theater), a 16-channel 96-speaker sound system, and 2.1 PA system, with additional headlock audio not heard during the performance. Recorded live on July 8, 2022 at 8:43 PM, at Elastic Arts, Chicago, IL.

Voices: Mark Booth, David Toop, NNN Cook, Jenny Vallier. The production of «Sonic Observation» was supported by an Individual Artists Program Grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events.

Thank you to Doyal “Al” Harper, Ed Struble, Jesse Wirth, Kathryn Schaffer, Geoffrey Alan Rhodes, The Chicago 00 Project, The Princess Grace Foundation, Seismograf, Jenny Kendler, Brian Kirkbride, the departments of Art and Technology Studies and Sound at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Nathan Keay, Mark Booth, Jenny Vallier, Stephan Moore, and Sébastien Gautheron."

Artist: Coppice

Label: fernsrecordings

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Experimental music duo Coppice from Chicago, USA, released a 2023-CD set from French experimental label Ferns in February 2.

Same countryElectro-acoustic produced at the Yerkes Observatory in Williams Bay, Wisconsin - Contains 16 collages produced for the Chicago Laboratory for Electroacoustic Theater (96-channel 7-speaker sound system).Digipak, shrink specification.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more fern recordings releases available at Tobira.

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

Edition of 200.

ferns recordings:

"experiments (2009-2022) with custom, prepared, and modified musical instruments and devices.

This 3CD set abridges Coppice's first three studies, artificially inserts them into the Yerkes Observatory in Williams Bay, WI, and binaurally captures their diffusion across Elastic's CLEAT (Chicago Laboratory for Electroacoustic Theater), a 16-channel 96-speaker sound system."

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Track/disc information (via the label):

" CD1: Abridgements

1.Circumpass (2009-2014)
2.Compass (2014-2018)
3. Hourglass (2009-2022)
4.At the Poles (2014/2016)

Composed by montaging audio quotations from Coppice's first two studies, «Circumpass» representing Bellows & Electronics (2009-2014), and «Compass» representing Physical Modeling & Modular Syntheses (2014-2018). Representing Phonography & Fiction (2018-2022), «Hourglass» abridges Coppice's overarching sonic palette across all three studies (2009-2022). «At the Poles» is a conjunction of two unaltered solo performances, one for an Estey pump organ (cir. 1935, prepared in 2013) by Noé Cuéllar (recorded in January 2014), and one for modular synthesis by Joseph Kramer (recorded in May 2016), each of which has been separated from «Soft Crown» from “Vantage/Cordoned” (cadoc., CA, 2014), and « Here» from “Green Flame” (cadoc., CA, 2018).

CD2: Observatory Sound

1. Rotations in Refractor (Simulated Diffusion in the Likeness of the Yerkes Observatory)
2. Turning in Reflectors (Simulated Diffusion in Objects against the Yerkes Observatory)

Composed in 2021 using virtual acoustics of the Yerkes Observatory, through which are simulated the diffusions of «Circumpass» and «Compass». Spatial models and field recordings recorded on May 16 and 24, 2018 at the Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, WI.

CD3: Sonic Observation

1. Clocks in Flux (Elastic Capture-Source Diffusion post-CLEAT)

Composed in 2022, combining a binaural recording of Coppice's performed diffusion of «Hourglass» and «At the Poles» using CLEAT (Chicago Laboratory for Electroacoustic Theater), a 16-channel 96-speaker sound system, and 2.1 PA system, with additional headlock audio not heard during the performance. Recorded live on July 8, 2022 at 8:43 PM, at Elastic Arts, Chicago, IL.

Voices: Mark Booth, David Toop, NNN Cook, Jenny Vallier. The production of «Sonic Observation» was supported by an Individual Artists Program Grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events.

Thank you to Doyal “Al” Harper, Ed Struble, Jesse Wirth, Kathryn Schaffer, Geoffrey Alan Rhodes, The Chicago 00 Project, The Princess Grace Foundation, Seismograf, Jenny Kendler, Brian Kirkbride, the departments of Art and Technology Studies and Sound at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Nathan Keay, Mark Booth, Jenny Vallier, Stephan Moore, and Sébastien Gautheron."

Artist: Coppice

Label: fernsrecordings