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Francisco Meirino // Untitled Phenomenas In Concrete CD

Francisco Meirino // Untitled Phenomenas In Concrete CD

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A lot of dead stock works have arrived from the experimental musician Francisco Meirino himself in Lausanne, Switzerland.

This work was made by him in 2012 on the country's experimental label Cave12.It is a CD released from.

Approximately 40 minutes of sound collage scape is recorded.

ArtistsOther workshere /// Click here to see more Francisco Meirino releases available at Tobira. 

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Editions Cave12:

" Composed between 2008 and 2011, "Untitled Phenomenas In Concrete" is a piece assembled from 85 UPIC [*] sessions, enhanced with 18 external sounds (among others, recordings of falling snow, cracking bones, magnetic fields and insects).
     Interested in Xenakis' approach and wanting to draw the sound before hearing it, Francisco Meirino spent almost 4 years composing "Untitled Phenomenas In Concrete", listening to each line, adding a line / sound as he went along, deleting, reassembling, etc, etc ... discreetly sprinkling the work with external sound recordings to humanise the sound and the tool, then finalising the whole thing on magnetic tape to add a little warmth to the coldness of the digital processing by UPIC. In short, a real goldsmith's work A work of immense delicacy, with a result that is as captivating as it is accuratelying, of a creeping power, with great attention to sound details, as some An excellent work of sound experimentation th of the artist's works can be, in our opinion (obviously) totally successful, easily listened to and adding a non-negligible element / testimony to Meirino's already imposing discography. at we are delighted to play.

[*] UPIC is a computer-assisted musical composition tool invented by the composer Iannis Xenakis. From a hardware point of view, UPIC is a graphic tablet, connected to a computer, with a vector display. "

Artist: Francisco Meirino

Label: Editions Cave12

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A lot of dead stock works have arrived from the experimental musician Francisco Meirino himself in Lausanne, Switzerland.

This work was made by him in 2012 on the country's experimental label Cave12.It is a CD released from.

Approximately 40 minutes of sound collage scape is recorded.

ArtistsOther workshere /// Click here to see more Francisco Meirino releases available at Tobira. 

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

Editions Cave12:

" Composed between 2008 and 2011, "Untitled Phenomenas In Concrete" is a piece assembled from 85 UPIC [*] sessions, enhanced with 18 external sounds (among others, recordings of falling snow, cracking bones, magnetic fields and insects).
     Interested in Xenakis' approach and wanting to draw the sound before hearing it, Francisco Meirino spent almost 4 years composing "Untitled Phenomenas In Concrete", listening to each line, adding a line / sound as he went along, deleting, reassembling, etc, etc ... discreetly sprinkling the work with external sound recordings to humanise the sound and the tool, then finalising the whole thing on magnetic tape to add a little warmth to the coldness of the digital processing by UPIC. In short, a real goldsmith's work A work of immense delicacy, with a result that is as captivating as it is accuratelying, of a creeping power, with great attention to sound details, as some An excellent work of sound experimentation th of the artist's works can be, in our opinion (obviously) totally successful, easily listened to and adding a non-negligible element / testimony to Meirino's already imposing discography. at we are delighted to play.

[*] UPIC is a computer-assisted musical composition tool invented by the composer Iannis Xenakis. From a hardware point of view, UPIC is a graphic tablet, connected to a computer, with a vector display. "

Artist: Francisco Meirino

Label: Editions Cave12