Friday, April 10, 2009

Sounda Fe mashup

James Brody, a local Santa Fe musician member of the Complex art group, has downloaded our sounds of Venice, which have been available on the Venice 2.0 anniversary gallery, and created a sonic mashup just for us, while he works on a more elaborate composition that will use our sounds database.  Before him, my friend Marty Quinn had already created musical sonifications based on Venice tide gauge data.  Given that Kyle is also an accomplished musician, and he is going to be in Venice this summer, I am confident that we can get a musical celebration together, by re-engaging with my colleague and friend Fred Bianchi, with whom I had conceived of the Venice Sonification Requiem and Postmodern Postmortem projects.

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