Music For Installations
(dark - dark ambient - drone):
Where sound meets space! Imagine being in a dark rectangular room with speakers in the four corners and only you as an object, absorbing the sound.
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This is the basic principle of Music For Installations. Life is a stream of sounds. Most people don't hear it and let it pass. Music For Installations has always been observing the soundworld where he lives in, wether it is out in the outback or in the center of downtown. The studio is ideal to sit back in your own therapeutic space and reflect on things going by or the feelings you have experienced in your weird interaction with the rest of the world.
But actually, any good room or any place in the world you can call home, would fit the requirements.
When you ask why, this is the reply: "The first things I remember are sounds. When I listen to people I don't hear words but melodies. When I stand in a room, I enjoy the way the music makes her way in the empty space around me. This collission of vibrations that meet each other can be used in empty spaces, dark rooms, to accompany installations. It's an impression sent out to catch a listeners ear." ... and maybe in the future indeed on installations themselves.
Find more on myspace: http://www.myspace.com/musicforinstallations.
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