“Electronic voice phenomena (EVP) are electronically generated noises that resemble speech, but are not the result of intentional voice recordings or renderings.”
The act of capturing EVP activity to support paranormal research is a source of much contention between skeptics and believers. Dead Voices; White Noise disregards the arguments and goes straight to the heart of the matter – the recordings. Tracks for this compilation were created using EVP recordings, either as samples to complement a composition, or manipulated to become the basis of the composition itself. A brief, but haunting, exposition of dark ambient and noise, inspired by notions of the supernatural.
The intelligent Machinery crew seek to explore this in this brand new compilation album.
Which also for the time being is regarded as possibly the last album release on JNN for some time to come.
But then again; it might just be mere ghosts that hauntingly whisper such nonsensical news.
Environment is the third instalment of the personal project by El√≠as Merino from Madrid. After a few years collaborating with the electronic ensemble Nuhg, Merino releases on Audiotalaia its fourth ...
eContact! 14.3 -- Biotechnological Performance Practice
eContact! extends an open call for contributions to an issue focussing on the use of the body in electroacoustic performance practice, coordinated by Guest Editor ...
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Essentiality, substance understood as something basic and independent in the existence, which is below of other potential realities and is therefore a primary source of ...