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NEMO 016
year: 2005

project coordinator:Michael Peters
mastering: Michael Peters

Music for imaginary films or new soundtracks for existing films

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12 Rob Switzer
stream trackload mp3   Study One
Soundtrack for an excerpt from a video work in progress
that pays tribute to abstract experimental films
and visual music by the Whitney Brothers, Harry Smith, Len Lye, Oscar Fischinger,
as well as video pioneer Nam June Paik and others.

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comment 27.12.2005: Krispen Hartung (http://www.krispenhartung.com)
  Darn....I downloaded the monster 146MB avi file, but it produces a codec error - I don't have the required codec to view it. This is odd for an avi file. I've never had a problem viewing avi files on my computer, and I do a lot of video editing and viewing. Too bad.

I really enjoyed the music, especially the deep, resonating tone that starts in the intro and continues in the background. Interesting...on Jan. 1, 2006, I will release a new CD, "Xperimentus," of me playing duos with 13 other musicians from Looper's Delight. When you get that, check out the song "An Evening with the Greys" with me and Mark Francombe. Actually, I'll give you a sneak preview here:


Compare the deep tone in the background (me using my guitar and the Boss VF1), and Mark doing the crazy stuff over the top.

Cool! :)
comment 28.12.2005: Michael Peters (www.michaelpeters.de)
  (you need DivX to see the movie ... www.divx.com)

Stunning work Rob. I love the texture of the sound and the way it develops. I also love the movie ... maybe Study Two will feature music+visuals in sync? that would be even cooler ...
I have a vague idea of how to work with Pure Data but I wouldn't know how to generate visuals like that ... really fascinating stuff. Keep us updated on more work in this vein will you?
comment 29.12.2005: Ivan Kapec (http://www.triangulizona.com)
  Nice work. It cleans the mind. Very dry and simple texture. Like some kind of the vibrating rather than a music. But, there is need to cross the borders. Impressive noise!

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