Radio Kinesonus on April 11, 2004
We have been familiar with her for a long time but is first invited to Kinesonus. She played her legendary Kokyu (a ancient Chinese violin).
Keith de Mendonca(London)
Urban London soundscapes: the first part of the broadcast contains
recordings of electromagnetic radiation - made by motors and signalling
equipment whilst travelling on a variety of underground and overground
Jacques Foschia (Brussels)
The second part of the broadcast goes underwater - with hydrophone
recordings made in the river Thames. There are tinny sounds of passing boat
engines, as well as noises from the waves, and occasionally from people when
the hydrophone surfaces.
He played his clarinet and other instruments while walking around the rooms. He made best use of the limitation of frequency bandwith of telephone. It was amaizing.
The transmitters he used this time were only two sets that are ready-made. It was his tact to quickly prepare the system: he had been too busy in preparing the basic audio and streaming system and foods for all.
Collaboration: Mukai Chie, H. Hasegawa, T. Abe, and T. Kogawa
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