1927 : how to dial a telephone

mit schubert wirds noch dramatischer:

(via kottke)

angela schubot & jared gradinger: “what they are instead of”


(via christoph)

der fisch der postmoderne

der froschfisch klingt wie ein vibrierendes handy:

früher: die vögel der postmoderne, die vögel der postmoderne 2

(via boingboing)

das gesamte youtube auf dvd

der aprilscherz 2012:

(via kilian.)

rhythmen mit gesicht artikulieren

der künstler daito manabe lässt die mimische muskulatur anhand des elektrischen schocks rhythmen artikulieren. the new face of new complexity!


(via kilian. merci!)

note-ifly: sheet music generator

hier ist ein firefox-add-on, das jede webseite zu einer partitur macht.

(via kulturtechno)

doku über field recordings

Since the birth of audio recording in the 19th century, people have used the technology to capture the ambient sounds of our world for later playback. With the invention of high-quality, portable tape recorders in the 1960s, field recording evolved into its own art form. Now, all of us carry high-quality digital recorders in our pockets and myriad sound artists continue to push the form forward. Good field recordings have the power to transport us and, sometimes, attune our own senses so that we too listen more actively to our own experiences in the world. In this short documentary “Sound Fields,” director Sam Campbell introduces us to contemporary field recordists who are masters at active listening and share what they hear with all of us.

katholische brain waves

die christus-könig-statue in Świebodzin, polen:


(via nerdcore)

gould takes

There are certain kinds of music that cry out for the technology.


Stereo Mic 1: Oscar Peterson alike Jazz-pickup im inneren des Flügels, Stereo Mic 2: diskret à la Deutsche Grammophon (“nice view from the balcony”), Stereo Mics 3/4 für den räumlichen Anteil. Und so gibt es analog zum Kinofilm verschiedene Möglichkeiten: “long shot, tight shot, wide angled shot, close-up”.

(via 87bpm)

grey web

wenn man es dokumentiert, wird es grau.

The Dark Web Map is a visualization of the structure of Tor’s onion services, a.k.a. hidden services, a.k.a. the dark web. The map consist of 6,608 dark web sites crawled during January 2018. Each site is represented in the map as a screenshot, and sites with structural similarity are connected with a line. Groups of sites that are all similar to each other are arranged into clusters. You can move around the map and zoom in to areas of interest.

(via boingboing)

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