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Gibraltar // Jejunum TAPE

Gibraltar // Jejunum TAPE

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Montreal debuts project Gibraltar by Austrian sound writer Matthias Urban and American writer Joe McKayReleased by Archive Officielle. Includes 30 minutes of Max / MSP noise track. Limited to 50 copies.

Labels and other worksand /// Click here to see more Archive Officielle Publications releases available at Tobira.

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Gibraltar is a collaborative project between Joe McKay and Matthias Urban. Jejunum was produced by collecting sound samples from the two artists' archives. It includes, among other things, a series of recordings from McKay's body (stomach, intestines) and WebSDR samples collected over time. These samples were then sent to the other half of the duo to be integrated into the production of the final pieces.

Known for his exploratory approach to sound, Urban remains true to himself by using various techniques in the production of Jejunum. Some of these techniques are recurrent in his work: chemically treated tape, PD and MaxMSP programming, contact microphones and ASC reel-to- reel machines. The artist also explores new techniques that feature prominently in Jejunum: feedback & standing wave recordings and acoustic instruments using saxophone mouthpieces and found objects built specifically for this project.

Artist: Gibraltar

Label: Archive Officielle

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Montreal debuts project Gibraltar by Austrian sound writer Matthias Urban and American writer Joe McKayReleased by Archive Officielle. Includes 30 minutes of Max / MSP noise track. Limited to 50 copies.

Labels and other worksand /// Click here to see more Archive Officielle Publications releases available at Tobira.

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Gibraltar is a collaborative project between Joe McKay and Matthias Urban. Jejunum was produced by collecting sound samples from the two artists' archives. It includes, among other things, a series of recordings from McKay's body (stomach, intestines) and WebSDR samples collected over time. These samples were then sent to the other half of the duo to be integrated into the production of the final pieces.

Known for his exploratory approach to sound, Urban remains true to himself by using various techniques in the production of Jejunum. Some of these techniques are recurrent in his work: chemically treated tape, PD and MaxMSP programming, contact microphones and ASC reel-to- reel machines. The artist also explores new techniques that feature prominently in Jejunum: feedback & standing wave recordings and acoustic instruments using saxophone mouthpieces and found objects built specifically for this project.

Artist: Gibraltar

Label: Archive Officielle