call to participate in Electronic Cottage Compilation 5
Collaborations only -- partners will be chosen by drawing names out of a paper sack at random
To participate you must be a Contributor to the EC website
and/or a member of the EC Group at Facebook
Comment below to put your name on the list
On July 12th I will draw names two at a time from a paper bag to determine collab partners.
I will then contact the collab partners by email
You and your partner will then create an audio piece and will submit a stereo WAV file no longer than 2:53, via WeTransfer or Google Drive, by no later than August 15th.
Audio contributions must be new, original, and created specifically for this purpose.
You must accept the partner who is chosen for you. Do not sign up for the project if you are not willing to accept ANY partner.
The compilation will be published online only, on my HalTapes Bandcamp site. Participants will be given free download codes and will be welcome to create their own hard copies of the complete compilation, if they want.
Participants can also contribute artwork, if they want, on the theme of “Chance Encounters”.
People who are not audio artists can also contribute artwork, on the theme of “Chance Encounters”.
Here is a list of all of the people who have signed up to participate in the compilation project. I will update this list on a regular basis.
Claire Furchick Pannell
Neal D Retke
Bert Vanden Berghe
Juan Angel Italiano
THIS IS A DRILL is my newest audio folk art dictaphone dream assemblage. In this 26-minute video you can listen to the audio and watch a slideshow of 324 photos, featuring Lumen K (Trevor Luke), and of course Stanley The Loud Mouth. Sights and sounds of my daily life from June 7th through 13th, 2019.
Two more assemblages will follow this one in the next couple of weeks and will be published together as a Bandcamp album titled JUNELY. I hope that you will enjoy this celebration of daily life. Audio was recorded with four Sony ICD-PX470 digital dictaphones, most of the photos taken with my iPhone XR. You will also hear the sounds of my Korg Minilogue synthesizer, a Casio SA-47 keyboard, and Trevor's Hologram Infinite Jets re-synthesizer pedal.
I think it looks and sounds great. I think it looks especially good in full-screen viewing mode on my desktop computer.
I Have A Theory
audio folk art
recorded May 2019 in Gainesville, Florida, USA
with three Sony ICD PX-470 stereo digital dictaphones
while you listen, view a slideshow containing 255 photos, below
1. Red Lipstick On Your Robot Lover
2. Hop Skip And A Jump
3. What's Going On In Hal's Head
4. FTA DBC
featuring Stanley and Lumen K
plus circuit bent Casio SK-1
with contributions and inspirations by:
Judith Pauly-Bender, Special Agent Martha Singer,
Special Agent Rafael González, Mark McGee
You can view a slideshow with larger versions of the photos here: