Open comp, Shortwave radio

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Open comp, Shortwave radio

Post by DonaldKrump » Thu Jan 11, 2018 8:37 pm

Good idea for a comp, jump on it.

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Hey all,

I've been listening to The Conet Project a lot recently and it's inspired me.

I'm thinking of doing a compilation using shortwave radio recordings as the raw material for compositions. Broadcasts, number stations, weird scanning sounds, etc.

Layer them up, effect them however you want, make it as harsh or as ambient or as glitchy and weird as you like. We've got free reign. I guess a cap on track length is a decent idea though, 15 mins? Up for discussion.

I'm using WebSDR, a free online radio scanner. If anyone has any physical radio stuff they want to use, awesome, do it!

Any takers? I feel this could be a really cool comp.

Might think about deadlines once a few people are interested (please be interested). Edit: Good to see some of you lot are into it! Don't want to be too rushed with it. Submissions by 1st Jan?

If anyone specifically wants to do artwork let me know, or I'll do something myself.

Any submissions via PM would be good. Google drive or dropbox probably easiest.
https://soundcloud.com/the-conet-project

At least check out this webpage:
http://websdr.ewi.utwente.nl:8901/

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Re: Open comp, Shortwave radio

Post by crochambeau » Sat Jan 13, 2018 8:29 am

Submissions for this should be via short wave radio transmission.

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Re: Open comp, Shortwave radio

Post by DonaldKrump » Sun Jan 14, 2018 10:03 am

That would be so authentic. You could tell the organizer what frequency and then he could record it on a scanner or something.

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