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Picnic at La Brea - Jack Hertz

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    Music systems like arranging, notes and tunings are the earliest tools we have for controlling timbre. About 20 years ago, it occurred to me that one day, there would be new ways to control timbre without the need for traditional music systems. So, I started developing some early models using various types of synthesizers that didn't work too well due to the limitations of MIDI and low powered machines. A few years ago, I was able to resolve these limitations using USB, Softsynths and fast computers to devise what I call the "6x6." A system of 6, 6 Operator FM Synthesizers that are controlled in real time with custom made interfaces. Nothing is predetermined in this system. There are no keys, samples, loops, recordings or sequences. When I turn it on, and start turning knobs. Things can go in any direction at any time. Its a bit like trying to drive an avalanche, as you have a lot of power but no control over the destination. Listen to what music-less timbre can sound like. The following tracks were all created by manipulating the waveforms and envelopes of 36 oscillators in real-time direct to the mixed you hear. The tracks were recorded at the follow places and dates:
    Track Listings:
    1. Picnic at La Brea 14:00
    2. Forest of Spires 17:50
    3. Devils Slide 10:07
    4. Gamelan Moods 05:46
    5. Dry Waves 09:24
    Artist Name(s):
    Jack Hertz
    Release Year: 2013
    Style:
    Drone, Minimal, Soundtrack
    Album Type:
    Live, Studio
    Formats:
    Digital / Download
    Cover & Packge Design:
    Painting by Robert Bruce Horsfall
    Liscense:
    Creative Commons
    Label / Publishing
    Label Name:
    suRRism-Phonoethics
    Catalog Number(s):
    sPE_0139
    Location:
    Offenbach, Germany
    Distributor(s):
    Internet Archive, FMA
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