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In 2 Sets
- 27 Tracks, 1.06.26
In 1 Group
This short clip is 1 of 2 done for the As Real As It Gets exhibition at Apex Art in New York, which runs from November 15 through December 22. The sound design for the exhibit is being organized by Marc Weidenbaum of Disquiet.com, whom I spoke with about contributing this track.
The short clip is supposed to be a fictional advertisement for a fictional department store. The clip will be played within a larger selection of tracks created by members of the Disquiet Junto, which explore the "nature of sonic activity in large-scale retail spaces" (link to the article where this quote came from is below).
I ran a recording of my partner saying „The ladies’s Paradise“ and ran it through a sampler module called the Tyme Safari, and chopped the vocal sample with it. I then added strings from a Bach sample used in an old Junto (Formlessness as form [disquiet0036-cstillconcerto] by Justin Buckley). Includes a sample of J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2, II. Andante, culled from this recording: http://archive.org/details/J.S.BachBrandenburgConcertoNo2
Vocal credit: Astrid Seidel.
Image credit: The image is from a poster done for the exhibition by Oliver Munday. More on Munday at olivermunday.com.
More on the exhibit here: http://apexart.org/exhibitions/walker.php, and more about sound design at Disquiet.com here: http://disquiet.com/2012/11/13/as-real-as-it-gets-apexart-robwalker/