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  Anton Mobin    

email antonmobin@hotmail.com 
url http://antonmobin.blogspot.fr/  
addressParis - France  
aboutA crack, a fold, a brightness, a jolt in the plan of the sound, a convexity of surface...  

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1 One Minute
stream track Souvenirs
Souvenirs is a fragmented dynamic collage realized with my sound report about my last journey in Berlin, in February 2012.
http://soundcloud.com/berlin-report-02-2012

Recorded in Emitter19, a sound recording and post-production studio based in Berlin, managed by Kris Limbach and Pierce Warnecke.
http://emitter19.blogsport.de/

With the voice and/or music by Pierce Warnecke, Kris Limbach, Hopek Quirin and Rinus van Alebeek.

Also used in this one minute piece, a recording in Herthaner during the Bundesliga football match, Bayern Munich vs Schalke 04 (2:0). Rest moment with Rinus van Alebeek.
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2 Domestic
stream track Vies à Vies
"Vies-à-Vies" is a preparatory study to the long-term project with the same name...
For 5 years, the project " Vies-à-Vies " consists of a collection of daily atmospheres and domestic sounds recorded in the windows of my apartment: the microphone outside, the body inside.

Two windows: the first one is due north, the other one due south in the last floor of a building without towards. Short and trivial recording of a sound, a movement, a vibration which calls during the day.

Sound recordings are classified according to this north / south criterion and leave apparaitre characteristics appropriate for each of the points of recording:
Northward, the window opens on a yard framed by buildings from which the first one is relatively far, the recordings all reveal a distant humming and a light echo. In the South, the street, the cars, people, of the noise... And the breakdown of the opposite building which leaves on the recording a heavy and variable breath...

In the assembly, sounds captured in the North are placed in the left channel, sounds captured in the South are in the right channel (without report in time)
The listener is in the center of a space understanding two opposite opened windows one of the other one (it also corresponds to my position in the room during the assembly).

The title " Vies-à-Vies " (Lives to lives) makes reference to the french words vis-à-vis which mean "towards".
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comment 06.05.2012: Rinus Van Alebeek (www.zeromoon.com/rinus/)
  Anton is so dedicated and talented, one day one of the doors will open and thousands of listeners will stream in. By that time,this little segment will be involved in a play of light and shadow,like all the other miniatures that together make up his portrait of an age in transgression.
3 Harmonics
stream track Unexpected Harmonics
Harmonics in this composition are created by bowing several small strips of metal with a toothbrush. Besides, I use a rubber bow rubbed on the wood which created rough harmonics. "Unexpected Harmonics" is a melancholic composition.
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comment 11.05.2011: raül bonell (raulbonell.tumblr.com)
  interesting wide palette of sounds, achieved with a simple but effective method. a sad song, indeed :)
   
comment 12.05.2011: Anton Mobin (http://antonmobin.blogspot.com/)
  yes you're right Raül; the next one would be more joyful
so, thanks to let me take part of the project
   
comment 17.05.2011: Roger "ErocNet" Sundström (http://erocnet.bandcamp.com)
  Lovely sounds, this reminds me of Reichels Daxophone sounds but more metallically. Like the way you work with the dynamic.

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