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Acoustic Frontiers
Monday July 14th, 2014 with Ralph Hopper
Roderik De Man, Andrew Staniland, Dominic Thibault, John Kamevaar, Clemens von Reusner

Lots of great new EA sounds today.
Invisible Chords
Roderik De Man - Cultures Electroniques 18
Despite Bright Ideas
Andrew Staniland - Sonus Canadian
For Violin #3
Andrew Staniland - Sonus Canadian
Enfant Robot au cœur fondant
Dominic Thibault - Soundcloud Canadian
Moment to Moment
John Kamevaar - Moment to Moment Canadian
rooms without walls
Clemens von Reusner - self
Interactive CKCU
Elorious Cain
This reminds me on some Varese I have.

12:36 PM, July 14th, 2014
Ralph Hopper (host)
Indeed, except Varese didn't have a computer to work with! :)

12:38 PM, July 14th, 2014
Why is it that people always refer to Varese?

12:39 PM, July 14th, 2014
Ralph Hopper (host)
Varese was one of the earliest pioneers of working with sounds and used the piano in ways not normally done in those days. Plus he used tape to 'organize' sounds in very experimental ways. Very influential on many composers who followed and expanded on his groundwork.

12:44 PM, July 14th, 2014
Elorious Cain
Edgar Varese was one of the great masters! Like that of Eric Satie, Varese's music helped shape the intellectual musical environment of the twentieth century, paving way for the golden age of electronic music composers and the electroacoustic movement!

12:45 PM, July 14th, 2014
M. Ralph we are streamin' from Japan!

12:49 PM, July 14th, 2014
Ralph Hopper (host)
Super! and it must be early morning for you. Thanks for tuning in.

12:52 PM, July 14th, 2014
Is it morning? We have no window.

1:02 PM, July 14th, 2014
Ralph Hopper (host)
Well it must still be night? You are some 12 hours ahead of Ottawa I think which means that you are also listening tomorrow. Neat.

1:07 PM, July 14th, 2014
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