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Sound Experiment | Translation : Ring Ring

Medium: Sound

Overall, this is a further expansion from the text to speech edits. This piece utilises google translate. I took the original lyrics and translated it continuously into 11 different language. These included some commonly known and some not. When translating the lyrics back to english, the mention of the song has completely changed and some line make no sense.

Languages used: Spanish, French, Portuguese, Afrikaans, Thai, Japanese, Swahili, Chinese, Finnish, Russian, and German.

The lyrics are compared to each other above. Also, this is another way to mess with songs and to have some fun.

The song used is Ring Ring by Jax Jones and Mabel  (https://youtu.be/KXanlLjOFh0).

Lyrics © Jax Jones and Mabel

Text Edit © Myself

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Funny Little Bunnies (1934)

Every instant we exist, the air that surrounds us contracts and expands, either from our unconscious breathing, from the swiftly turning planet, or simply from the quivering particles of matter.

Even in our most isolated spaces, the anechoic chamber engineered specifically to nullify these vibrations, we hear the blood pumping through our own body and the faint buzz of our nervous system. Sound is inescapable up until death.

Music, what is in most cases thought of only as the audible result of complex chains of intertwined processes of human activity, is built on the exclusion of this totality of sonic presence. An instrument is defined precisely by what sounds it does not make. A noise by its inability to be periodic, harmonic, pure.

Nature, the physical plane out of which our species sprung, contains nowhere the materials of conventional music, with its rationally tempered scales and neatly quantifiable durations. We are not beholden to these origins; it is because of them, rather, that we must continuously justify our artifice.

If we invert music, we find ourselves lacking in the usual excuses of beauty, catharsis, or sublimation; we are instead forced to confront the material conditions of a moment and the fundamental uncertainty of our reality. Only then, from an applied tabula rasa, are we free to perceive the raw immanence of our sounding environment.

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I’ll let this video speak for me.

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sorry for the video image just being my umbrella under the pew but i didn’t want to distract anyone by raising my phone up — but i had to get a recording of this.

when i was a chaplain this past fall, there was one time that i was called in to be with the family of a man who was unconscious on a machine. while raking leaves he’d collapsed suddenly, some sort of heart failure, and was whisked off to the ER.

the family was very small: just his wife and his daughter. they were teary and sorrowful, but they accepted the doctor’s news that there was no hope of their loved one waking up. once he was taken off the machine, this man would have anywhere from a couple minutes to a few hours of life left.

and so they needed a priest, a Catholic priest, to perform last rites. but they didn’t have a local parish, so it took some scrambling for me to find them a priest who could come — finally a church i reached was able to send one, and i stayed and talked and prayed with them till he arrived.

it was this priest, the one singing in this video, who came. he was a youngish, stylish, Black man who shook hands with all in the room, opened up the bag he’d brought that held the book and the oil he needed, and got right to work performing the sacrament.

i stayed in the room with them all, and along with the prayers and the anointing he sang over this man — he sang this very song. a song that promises that when the world falls apart around us, Jesus remains.

when i picked a Catholic church to attend for Good Friday tonight, i did not know this priest would be presiding. i certainly did not know he would be singing this same song. it filled my heart with bittersweetness, a grief saturated through with joy to hear his voice resound through the church.

on this night that we remember the brutal execution of our incarnate God upon a Roman cross, the priest’s voice took me back to that bedside, where a man who had lived long and well lay unconscious as he slipped into death. he received a cross of oil on his forehead and his palms, a reminder of the very crucifixion we commemorated tonight.

Jesus, remember me! and remember this priest, remember that man in the ER bed — tonight, tonight, when you come into your Kin(g)dom.

  • things that happen at overhire
  • sound guy: so i need you to find me a turnaround for this cable
  • me: . . . so this would be a good time to mention that i'm a carpenter and have had maybe an hour of sound-related learning total
  • sound guy: . . . okay it'll be somewhere in the tool room, hopefully on the shelf, metal, about yay long
  • *two minutes later*
  • me: *comes back and holds up a thingy*
  • sound guy: yeah! that's it!
  • me: yes! carpenter one, weird sound stuff zero!
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This is a track called Phloyron which I made, along with other artists, for the 50th release of the German label Klangscheiben. It epitomises the sort of thing I do as Liudprand. It is rhythmic in a hypnotic way and full of different sounds. I make my own samples from just about anything and then pick out small parts and make adjustments, adding effects as I feel necessary. I have heard it said that this is just knob twiddling but it is not. It is very intensive and detailed work that I try to make as interesting as possible using a plethora of virtual instruments and arrangement techniques. One is always learning new stuff. I am not a DJ and could not improvise the way some do. But making music in two ways brings two different worlds together.

I was given a nice write up by the label for my first album, “Noctilucent”.

If you think modern electronic music is just for people in the younger age, you are wrong.

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claire rousay’s ‘Several Erasures’ is out today! Cassettes sold out during the preorder, but digital downloads are still available!

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Crisp Clean Sound in very important! Its one of the things that makes tracking so fun. #amittaiblakk #gainpost #mix #eq #master #sound #music #levels #tracking #studio #dumbrand #boomin808
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Sound Experiment | Translation : Mine

Medium: Sound

Overall, this is a further expansion from the text to speech edits. This piece utilises google translate. I took the original lyrics and translated it continuously into 11 different language. These included some commonly known and some not. When translating the lyrics back to english, the mention of the song has completely changed and some line make no sense.

Languages used: Spanish, French, Portuguese, Afrikaans, Thai, Japanese, Swahili, Chinese, Finnish, Russian, and German.

The lyrics are compared to each other above. Also, this is another way to mess with songs and to have some fun.

The song used is Mine by Beyoncé  (https://youtu.be/IDvu1ehPq0g).

Lyrics © Beyoncé 

Text Edit © Myself