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VariousTellus, The Audio Cassette Magazine #22 - False Phonemes

Label:Tellus – Tellus #22
Format:
Cassette, Compilation
Country:US
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Genre:Electronic, Non-Music
Style:Spoken Word, Experimental

Tracklist

A1Remko SchaKatadeedo Daynatadoh
Composed ByEllen Zweig, Remko Scha
GuitarThe Machines*
0:47
A2Larry WendtGalaxy Love8:59
A3Brian ReinboltBrain Monkey4:12
A4Mark RudolphBeautiful But Marred By The Blemish Of Perpetual Dissatisfaction5:42
A5Alice ShieldsMass For The Dead (Excerpt)3:51
A6Paul De Marinis*Mind Power4:06
A7Remko SchaFrench Recitatif
Words By [French Text]Raymond Roussel
1:30
B1Paul LanskyNot Just More Idle Chatter7:54
B2Jon English / Jim PomeroyThe Hartford Address2:18
B3Ron KuivilaLinear Predictive Zoo
Engineer [Recording]Jim Staley
10:40
B4John CageWritings Through The Essay: On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience (Excerpt)8:58
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Notes

False phonemes, the impure voice, cybernetic fleshly abstractions, a disembodied voice, the imp in the machine. FALSE PHONEMES is a collection of works by artists who use computer-generated voices with an emphasis on language.

A1 composed on DEC talk, excerpted from "Impressions of Africa" (1987)
A2 voice created on a Kentucky Pocket Braille (1988)
A3 computer voice produced with a $12 Radio Shack part bought on a whim
A4 a deconstruction of vocal poetic "performance" first analyzed by Rudolph's program program "K" (1986)
A5 composed at the Computer Music Facility of the Columbia University Electronic Music Center. excerpts from an opera (1988)
A7 another excerpt from "Impressions of Africa"
B1 Liner Predictive Coding (1988)
B2 written on the back of an envelope in Hartford, CT, July 6, 1984, at New Music America. this version recorded 10/22/85
B3 cheap speech synthesizers that use linear prediction. this recording is an excerpt from a concert given at Roulette, NYC, October 25 1987
B4 realized at the Center for Computer Music at Brooklyn College of CUNY (special thanks to Charles Dodge); recorded 9/5/87, Hugenotten, Karls Kirche, Kassel

This project is supported in part by the New York State Council on the Arts.
Engineered at Studio PASS, NYC.
Copyright 1988. All rights reverted to the individual artists.
Dolby B/EQ Normal

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