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Tagged with “recording” (6)

  1. Where to find what’s disappeared online, and a whole lot more: the Internet Archive | Public Radio International

    The Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine is much beloved by investigative reporters and others, looking to find out what a webpage looked like at some point in the past, even if it’s since disappeared. But the Internet Archive’s work is much more ambitious than that. Founder Brewster Kahle says through scanning books and recording video feeds around the world, it aims to make all human knowledge universally available on a decentralized Web, and illiberal impulses among leaders in America and elsewhere are only "putting a fire under our butts" to do the work, swiftly and effectively.

    https://www.pri.org/stories/2017-02-23/where-find-whats-disappeared-online-and-whole-lot-more-internet-archive

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  2. Third Coast International Audio Festival :: Mastering the Grill: Why Some Interviews Go Up in Smoke

    Brooke Gladstone is host and managing editor of NPR’s On the Media, produced by WNYC Radio. She has been the senior editor of All Things Considered and Weekend Edition with Scott Simon, also a Moscow correspondent and NPR’s first media reporter. She has won a couple of Peabody Awards among others.

    http://thirdcoastfestival.org/library/405-mastering-the-grill-why-some-interviews-go-up-in-smoke

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  3. Brian Eno Interviewed on KPFA’s Ode to Gravity, 1980, Reel 2 (53:36)

    Reel II starts with the history of the recording studio as a compositional tool;" and collaboration with David Byrne on album My Life in the Bush of Ghosts. Eno also talks about and listens to Elvis, The Supremes, Sly Stone, Lee Perry and Jimmy Hendrix. Then he offers some unfinished pieces from his upcoming album with David Byrne.

    http://ubu.com/sound/eno.html

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  4. Brian Eno Interviewed on KPFA’s Ode to Gravity, 1980, Reel 1 (54:30)

    Charles Amirkhanian and Brian Eno discuss Phonetic Poetry, how Brian writes his lyrics, and the spirit of inquisitiveness at KPFA Radio on Saturday February 2, 1980. Listen to some of Brian Enos pieces; After the Heat, Everything Merges With the Night, Another Green World, Spirits Drifting and sections of other pieces. Brian Eno also discusses the artist Peter Schmidt and their work on the Oblique Strategies Cards, being a producer, Process vs Product and looping. Reel I ends with some thoughts on Steve Reich and his music.

    http://ubu.com/sound/eno.html

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