begin _if_ ()

begin _if_ () is a long term fieldrecording based project that started 2005. The third release (begin _if_ (3)) was released in 2014 by  AGXIVATEIN.

 

Review “DO WHILE” by Ed Pinsent in The Sound Projector

 

 

frontbegin _if_ (3) is the third installment in an ongoing series of sound works. Previous editions have been released on Richard Garet’s Contour Editions (begin _if_ (1), 2009) and Modisti (begin _if_ (2), 2010). The series was first conceived in 2005 in Madrid and finally brought to life in 2009 in Berlin, combining both field recordings and studio work, embracing cutting techniques that are common in visual design and audio post-production for film, fusing concrete sounds and improvisation. The series is following a wider lose concept that comes after different practices and approaches to sound that interacts with each release’s different and distinct physical or nonphysical medium. Inspired by Hidden Variable Theories and following a concept that ultimately remains hidden to the listener, begin _if_ (3) sees Limbach delve into the tape as sound carrier and celebrate tape hiss and saturation as compositional materials. Created in studio, the work includes field recordings made in Tokyo and Berlin, vinyl and tape manipulations, unprocessed instrumental sounds and bits and pieces from different locations and practices of sound work.

 

 

 

begin _if_ (2)

released in 2010 on modisti

5013artists: Sarah Pitsulala Reaburn (vocals)
Bajba (vocals)
Length: 58:23 min
Original format: Wave 48kHz/24bit

 

 

 

 

 

 

begin _if_ (1)

released in 2009 on contour editions    begin

format: mp3 download

length: 58’23”

collaborating artist: luisa kraft (flute)

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