“Remix” (Used 43 times)
ange on 05/07/2013 at 09:30PM
As part of the 2013 Megapolis Audio Festival, the Free Music Archive taught workshop on finding music for projects legally, including podsafe music, instrumental tracks, and music you can modify, adapt or build-upon. Then participants dug up music tracks and audio elements from Creative Commons and Public Domain resources with which to construct an original 1-3 minute sound art composition.
douglasawh on 01/03/2013 at 03:55PM
Long time listeners of our show will know that we have long separated our talk shows and music shows into to shows. In March, we are going to try a more traditional radio format with the tracks in the same episode as the talking. This may last only in March, or it might be our new format.
Our upcoming interview schedule includes artists, netlabelists and FMA's very own Andrea Silenzi.
Below is the planned release schedule (a select track from the bands can be found even further below). Of course, things come up, so schedule is subject to change.
January 06: Let Fall The Sparrow
January 13: Andrea Silenzi
January 20: A/V Linux
January 27: Chotto Ghetto
February 03: 20lb Sounds
February 10: Loz Kaye
February 17: Baconsmash Records
February 24: Lorenzo's Music
March 03: Reuse Aloud
We are not booking other interviews in March in case an earlier interviewee needs to reschedule and also we want to experiment with the new format before submitting guests to it!
We have all of April very tentatively booked. If you're a musician, audiocaster, netlabel or technologist that specializes in remixable Creative Commons music and would like to come on our show for an interview in May or the summer months, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ayeko on 12/16/2012 at 07:58PM
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badpandarecords on 12/04/2012 at 07:44AM
It includes remixes by Moodgadget-artist Kyson, Gilles Peterson’s favorite and Red Bull Music Academy alumni Ta-ku, Kelle from Night Tracks, the hypnotist Heathered Pearls from Moodgadget/Ghostly/iso50 and LIFE & LIMB (new moniker for Morr Music-based Populous + Short Stories).
jason on 11/24/2012 at 12:00AM
As Real As It Gets: Disquiet Junto's Online Sound-Making Community @ ApexArt Gallery (Interview & MP3s)
The Junto is an online collective that is open to your participation as its members create sonic responses to a weekly set of creative constraints. Assignments start with anything from the sound of ice cubes to the sound of your own trash. Subtractive audio processing, archival Edison Cylinders, Creative Commons netlabels, the sounds of Hurricane Sandy, fake field recordings, and remixes of the Junto itself are just a few of the prompts for this project that is showing no sign of slowing down.
Disquiet Junto recently surpassed 1500 tracks, and Marc selected a sampler for the Free Music Archive. It begins with two industrialized remixes composed of soundscapes from retails spaces, followed by two actual soundscapes from retail spaces, and concludes with two artificially created soundscapes of imaginary retail spaces.
The Disquiet Junto has also spawned a concert series, including a performance this Tuesday Nov 27th at NYC's Apex Art gallery (part of Rob Walker's 'As Real As It Gets' exhibit), and Dec 6th at San Francisco's Luggage Store Gallery.
I interviewed Disquiet's Marc Weidenbaum by email.
Each of these larger-scale projects you mention results from a combination of observations and impulses, and it's probably easiest to track the progression starting with the first of them: Our Lives in the Bush of Disquiet. That compilation was released for free download in 2006, ten years after I started Disquiet.com. It happened not as a plan but as the result of an impression, and a desire. Brian Eno and David Byrne had released stems, which is to say chunks, of songs off their landmark My Life in the Bush of Ghosts album to celebrate its anniversary, and they invited listeners to rework the material and post it on a website they'd set up. I didn't find much to enjoy amid what I heard, and it occurred to me that there were musicians I'd like to hear do remixes. In the process of suggesting to some of these musicians that they do such a thing, collecting them for release as an album was the natural next step.