'ark/d, amorphic' is OUT!
"an uninterrupted journey of purely computer music, which moves through diverse sonic fields and eavesdrops on the darker aspects of contemporary human condition"
Deliberately in small initials, the title ark/d, amorphic alludes to a minority philosophy that seeks a world in the shadows of the spectacle and activates against the domination of the majority and the megalomania of post-objectification.
@luka very nice and impressive it all comes from one program
(was wondering if it could be spacialised in 4 to 8 speakers ... ? )
@Olm_e thank you for your response!
yes, it could be spacialised in 4 to 8 speakers. this year i have done two projects that featured 8 speaker setup in a rectangle form (4 + 4). but I have code for 8 speakers that enables to specify coordinates of speakers and then specify coordinates of intended source of sound:
this is not very sophisticated code, i warn you, but it adequatly serves a basic need.
@luka hi, thanks for following and boosting our request, very appreciated! We're listening to ark/d, amorphic we'd love to learn more about how the cover picture was made. Its glitches look ambiguously both analog and digital and this is very interesting to us (as we use both new and old, both digital and analogic technologies)
source material is a frame from a videotape (digital) of high heels with soft metal spikes, color inverted, and then pixelsorted.
glad you are enjoying it, much appreaciated!!
@luka the part around 26'/27' is especially powerful and suggestive! One of us (we Pixelflowers are 2 people) sometimes DJs ambient music, and will definitely include this in their next mix 👍
also, so cool that you release your music under a CC license! we do the same with our visuals, which would make it easy to combine / put together our works.
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