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Handsonic diary#12 by Smith

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Published on Sep 28, 2007

Rehearsal for the Qiipnm'id Yorgomnüg recording-project - A silca(te) replica. (See details hereafter).

Since June 2007 Qiipnm'id Yorgomnüg is re-working and ordering his personal sound-material to create his first recording ever. The complexity to organize -- and fix on a recording -- textures and patterns that are not supposed to be heard twice, forces him to dissect his own playing. The result of this precise and quasi analitic inventory is a succession of sonic equations or sound-formulas that conjugate the scientific qualities of experimental composition with synthetic aspects of a raw material empirically obtained and selected.

Made of shamanic-like sonorities (such as gongs, metal bells, deep frame drums...) viewed via a digital/analogic electronic prism using real-time treatments -- A silica(te) replica will present for the first time on disc the peculiar language of this enigmatic figure.

N.B.-- To create the sound-textures of "A silica(te) replica" definitive disc, Qiipnm'id Yorgomnüg used solo pieces of his concert répertoire -- like in this video -- and transfered them on vinyl. The final result is a direct manipulation of this 12''/33 rpm, slowed down and altered...
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See also for complements:

* Handsonic diary : Nods
* Handsonic diary : Green codes
* Handsonic diary : Signs
* Handsonic diary : Ibno xit
* Handsonic diary : Yoddlid
* Handsonic diary : Echo systems
* Handsonic diary : Ellipsium scales
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www.myspace.com/yorgomnugqiipnmid
www.odiolorgnette.com
www.myspace.com/odiolorgnette
www.myspace.com/sthintosmithereens
www.myspace.com/qooijorium
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