Started by FreakAnimalFinland, February 21, 2010, 11:31:57 AM
Quote from: FreakAnimalFinland on February 26, 2010, 09:15:56 PMFor finns visiting Sarvilevyt, there might be copy at artfag section. Otherwise you probably have to go further than typical noise distro to find it.
QuoteThe groups aim is to unify and integrate many diverse sound elements, (electronic, vocal, instrumental and environmental) within a context of continual evolution and group dialogue. We construct our own instruments in addition to using adapted or prepared conventional instruments - usually violin, piano and acoustic guitar. The range of sounds are further extended by means of filtering and other forms of signal processing. Contact microphones are used to amplify the sounds of bubbling water and other small sounds. All these accoustic sounds are enhanced by electronic filtering etc. One electronic instrument we use is a bioactivity translator which is used to measure the voltage potential of living organisms - including plants, fungi, and the human nervous system - and translate the biological rhythms into electronic sound. Other electronic instruments include a 4 speed portable reel to reel tape recorder and a multi speed CD player, both of which are used to work with short sound samples. We do not use laptops or lengthy pre-recorded material.