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The Shape Of Things To Come
Music evolved out of experiments that used
sound to explore the spatial qualities of a room and the objects within it. Time was later introduced as mediating factor.
Using electric guitar feedback, the tones and textures were manipulated via the in built amplifier controls (bass, mid, treble, volume, gain). The strings of the guitar resonate according to the physical wave patterns.
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DAN | SUMUGAN SIVANESAN FEEDBACK EPiPHANY
Beer, Broken Glass and a Couple of Cracked Eggs
Bass, boxes, mics, speakers, desk + Neon light FEEDBACK!
Sources were regenerated through a feedback array making the room mirror a living organism. The reference monitors became part of the process as the signals transmitted from the microphones within their proximity cross talked during the recording.
SMITH + SUMUGAN SIVANESAN
BiTS SOUND SYSTEM
Nick Dan & Sumugan Sivanesan once presented the radio program, Spitting Bits, late night on Sydney's 2SER FM . Playing an eclectic selection of sound, art, and pop, their shows often disintegrated into a haphazard mix of whatever's on hand routed through whatever they can muster.
Transmission sequenced a series of sonic collages scraped together from looped segments of over driven euro pop, radio static, animal calls, cool jazz, hard noise and the occasional stab of Prince...
A blue print for the future of pop music? You do the math.
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