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continuo-docs:

Kevin Cooley and Phillip Andrew LewisHarmony of the Spheres, exhibition at Zeitgeist Gallery, Nashville, TN, March–April 2014

moving-slowly:

Former pay phone, Knoxville TN.

moving-slowly:

Former pay phone, Knoxville TN.

The Conversation — dir. Francis Ford Coppola

(Source: strangewood, via pulse-width)

khotin:

probably the best song ever made

(Source: khotin)

Basil Brooks’ dual Synth AKS system, 1977

Basil Brooks’ dual Synth AKS system, 1977


Arthur Fellig - Boy Meets Girl From Mars, 1955

Arthur Fellig - Boy Meets Girl From Mars, 1955

(via laukitsch)

continuo-docs:

Elaine LongtempsMusicgraphcs for Song of the Gopis, graphic score, date unknown

Elaine Longtemps is a member of the Textile Study Group of New York

“The grid that I draw is actually very much like weaving. The horizontal lines, the weft, represent the measure of time in the music.  The vertical lines, the warp, represent the notes in the music. For every horizontal line representing a measure, I record all the notes from the original score that are within that measure. I select music that is related to the subject I have in mind and then, measure by measure, plot out all the notes on a pre-printed grid and enlarge it on vellum.” [source]

continuo-docs:

Kevin Cooley and Phillip Andrew LewisHarmony of the Spheres, exhibition at Zeitgeist Gallery, Nashville, TN, March–April 2014

(Source: khotin)

(Source: beaunoisepics)

moving-slowly:

Former pay phone, Knoxville TN.

moving-slowly:

Former pay phone, Knoxville TN.

The Conversation — dir. Francis Ford Coppola

(Source: strangewood, via pulse-width)

(Source: stelliii, via laukitsch)

Buchla 500

Buchla 500

khotin:

probably the best song ever made

(Source: khotin)

Kathipara

Kathipara

Basil Brooks’ dual Synth AKS system, 1977

Basil Brooks’ dual Synth AKS system, 1977


Arthur Fellig - Boy Meets Girl From Mars, 1955

Arthur Fellig - Boy Meets Girl From Mars, 1955

(via laukitsch)

continuo-docs:

Elaine LongtempsMusicgraphcs for Song of the Gopis, graphic score, date unknown

Elaine Longtemps is a member of the Textile Study Group of New York

“The grid that I draw is actually very much like weaving. The horizontal lines, the weft, represent the measure of time in the music.  The vertical lines, the warp, represent the notes in the music. For every horizontal line representing a measure, I record all the notes from the original score that are within that measure. I select music that is related to the subject I have in mind and then, measure by measure, plot out all the notes on a pre-printed grid and enlarge it on vellum.” [source]

About:

-=Beau Sorenson=-

Recording engineer / producer / non-musician.

about.me/beaunoise
www.beaunoise.com