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  1. Philip Mantione

    TriAngular Bent

    This is the debut recording of TriAngular Bent, a Los Angeles-based electroacoustic trio featuring Don Preston (Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention), Jeff Boynton (Wazmo Nariz, Rudy Perez) and Philip Mantione (sound artist). It is a collaborative project that blends generative, gestural and chaotic elements in a context of free improvisation. credits released July 1, 2016 Members: Don Preston - piano, computer, electronics and gong Jeff Boynton - cello and custom bent circuit instruments Philip Mantione - computer, custom software, electronics and guitar Credits: Produced, Mixed and Edited by Philip Mantione Recording Engineers - Brian Saia and Noland Shaheed Mastering Engineer - Ian Vargo Cover Art and Graphic Design - Alysse Stepanian and Philip Mantione Thanks to all those that supported this project via Hatchfund and special thanks to: Adrian Dimond Emily Grishman James Mori Obfuscated Records The Art Institute of California - Inland Empire
  2. Philip Mantione

    Topic: TriAngular Bent

    This is the debut recording of TriAngular Bent, a Los Angeles-based electroacoustic trio featuring Don Preston (Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention), Jeff Boynton (Wazmo Nariz, Rudy Perez) and Philip Mantione (sound artist). It is a collaborative project that blends generative, gestural and chaotic elements in a context of free improvisation. credits released July 1, 2016 Members: Don Preston - piano, computer, electronics and gong Jeff Boynton - cello and custom bent circuit instruments Philip Mantione - computer, custom software, electronics and guitar Credits: Produced, Mixed and Edited by Philip Mantione Recording Engineers - Brian Saia and Noland Shaheed Mastering Engineer - Ian Vargo Cover Art and Graphic Design - Alysse Stepanian and Philip Mantione Thanks to all those that supported this project via Hatchfund and special thanks to: Adrian Dimond Emily Grishman James Mori Obfuscated Records The Art Institute of California - Inland Empire View full album
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    Riverside Whistles and Bells

    Originally released on Petroglyph Music 369 archive.org/details/petroglyph369Philip_Mantione-Riverside_Whistles_and_Bells Program Notes (for the Recording) This recording is not a documentation of the live event (described below). Rather, it is a standalone musical work that is "based on" the live performance. It quickly became obvious to me that creating a documentation that could adequately reproduce the live experience would not be possible due to the complexity of the performance scenario. Once this was decided, I was free to edit, tweak and in some cases replace the sounds from the performance, while remaining true to the durations and temporal placement of events as they occurred. I also employed a sort of subtractive composition technique, in which several events deemed unnecessary were removed. Original Program Notes (from the Program)
 Linda Corbitt will perform live on the FCCR carillon across Mission Inn Avenue, reading from a temporal score that will be synchronized with a live computer performance by Philip Mantione and the FCCR Handbell Choir on the roof of RAM. The computer portion is based on samples of the FCCR carillon, field recordings of the carillon at UCR, the train whistles and sounds that regularly permeate the community, and natural sounds. A live recording of the event is due to be released on Petroglyph Music label next year.
  5. Philip Mantione

    Topic: Riverside Whistles and Bells

    Originally released on Petroglyph Music 369 archive.org/details/petroglyph369Philip_Mantione-Riverside_Whistles_and_Bells Program Notes (for the Recording) This recording is not a documentation of the live event (described below). Rather, it is a standalone musical work that is "based on" the live performance. It quickly became obvious to me that creating a documentation that could adequately reproduce the live experience would not be possible due to the complexity of the performance scenario. Once this was decided, I was free to edit, tweak and in some cases replace the sounds from the performance, while remaining true to the durations and temporal placement of events as they occurred. I also employed a sort of subtractive composition technique, in which several events deemed unnecessary were removed. Original Program Notes (from the Program)
 Linda Corbitt will perform live on the FCCR carillon across Mission Inn Avenue, reading from a temporal score that will be synchronized with a live computer performance by Philip Mantione and the FCCR Handbell Choir on the roof of RAM. The computer portion is based on samples of the FCCR carillon, field recordings of the carillon at UCR, the train whistles and sounds that regularly permeate the community, and natural sounds. A live recording of the event is due to be released on Petroglyph Music label next year. View full album
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