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MANIPULATED SOUND

Here's "Spinning Steel" from R. Weis' CD "Excitable Audible" with an exploration of a sculpture by Atticus Adams.  Two artists working with commonplace materials:  Weis samples and composes with the sound of steel kitchen bowls and Adams sculpts metal screen.

Art & Music from Everyday Stuff

Added by R. Weis on May 15, 2012 at 9:30am — No Comments

R. Weis & Excitable Audible Featured in Spain: English Translation from Prodiemus Magazine Special Issue 2011

English Translation from Prodiemus Magazine (Spain)

Special Issue 2011 “SOUNDSCAPES” -- Pages 27 through 36

http://issuu.com/revista.prodiemus/docs/revista2011

 

A WORLD OF SOUNDS

By Marta Orts Alis

PhD of Philosophy and Education Sciences, Teaching Degree in Piano and Music…

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Added by R. Weis on December 10, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments

R. WEIS MAKES MUSIC FROM EVERYDAY SOUNDS ON NEW CD "EXCITABLE AUDIBLE"

“Pay attention to the sounds around you,” says internationally-known composer of manipulated sound R. Weis who releases “Excitable Audible,” his new CD of 14 songs created exclusively from original samples of commonplace sounds including trash hitting the trash can, plastic…

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Added by R. Weis on October 27, 2011 at 12:00pm — 4 Comments

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