Psychic Frequencies - Cut-ups and Fold-ins download mp3 album
Quotes Authors A Anne Waldman Various random experiments, cut-ups, fold-ins, juxtapositions. Various random experiments, cut-ups, fold-ins, juxtapositions, timed writings of other kinds, the "objects assignment" which involves dream, adventure, ancestry. Writing outside, writing on moving vehicles. Looking at paintings in the grand museums of the world in a proscribed wa. ittle strategies to keep the lalita - play or dance - going. Sometimes it's lonely you know, just you and your own imagination.
At a surrealist rally in the 1920's Tristan Tzara the man from nowhere proposed to create a poem on the spot by pulling words out of a hat. A riot ensued wrecked the theatre. Andre Breton expelled Tristan Tzara from the movement and grounded the cut ups on the Freudian couch.
The cut-up technique (or découpé in French) is an aleatory literary technique in which a written text is cut up and rearranged to create a new text. The concept can be traced to at least the Dadaists of the 1920s, but was popularized in the late 1950s and early 1960s by writer William S. Burroughs, and has since been used in a wide variety of contexts.
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Gardner was particularly impressed with Loe's ability to cut out any desired letter of the alphabet. He was also the first to state cutting out complex polygons as an open problem. What are the limits of this fold-and-cut process? What polygonal shapes can be cut out? Theorem.
Something that I don't understand, is where such low frequencies even would end up to your material. I think that almost all kicks I use don't go below 40hz, the same almost always with bass too (or if the bass goes under 40hz, then I want to get the cut frequency also lower), and the rest of the instruments have their fundamental far above 40hz. I cut everything else by ear, it usually ends up with cuts around 100 to 500 hz. I never cut my kicks and I almost never cut my bass either. Sampling vinyl can bring in a lot, guitar pick ups can as well. Certain modulation effects are known to introduce it, and sometimes it will even come about from the summing of different tracks that didn't appear to have much low frequency content on their own, but do when accumulated.
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