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  Dennis Leas    
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1 Percussion
stream track John Cage Takes a Holiday
03:53 
   
comment 01.04.2008: thierry kauffmann (myspace/thierrykauffmannmusic)
  Hi,

I am a friend of Dennis Leas and I'm trying to get hold of him. Thank you

t0hierry@gmail.com
2 Percussion
stream track The Pipe on the Black Nag
04:43 
3 Location Volume 1
stream track Some Days ...
Lafayette, Indiana, USA
Equipment: Sharp MD-702 minidisc, Oberheim
Echoplex Digital Pro, Symbolic Sound Kyma, Tascam 1024 mixer, Gateway laptop computer, various mics.
Sounds: downtown Lafayette, Memorial Day ceremony, Taste of Tippecanoe festival, Fourth of July celebration,
Mackey Arena at Purdue University, outside my house. The background is a 24 hour time-lapse recording of
downtown Lafayette. It consists of about 168 three-second recordings spliced together with cross-fading so
that you hear 24 hours played back in seven minutes. In the foreground are time-lapse and non time-lapse
recordings of other events. The sound of downtown Lafayette, like most US towns, is typically traffic noise.
Against the backdrop you hear the sounds of people living, celebrating, and remembering. In many ways, this
is a documentary soundscape.
07:14 
4 Ambitative 1
stream track E-Vocation
corrugated tubing, Woodstock chimes, marimba, triangle, gong, voice, didjeridu

equipment: 2 EDPs, Tascam 1024 mixer, Yamaha SPX-90

recorded direct to Sharp MD-MS702 minidisc
05:49 
   
comment 01.11.2004: Krispen Hartung (http://www.krispenhartung.com)
  I liked this one right from the beginning....not sure what that sound is (the tubing?), but it reminds me of a fog horn or horn of a barge on a huge bay. After that, is that an elk call that comes in before the first bell ring? They make those out of rugated tubing.
5 Seventy-Five Seconds
stream track Cirrus Over Indiana
01:19 
   
comment 31.10.2007: thierry kauffmann (myspace.com/thierrykauffmannmusic)
  Hi Dennis,

I've been trying to contact you via email. Hope this works better. Can you reply at my email address to let me know you got my message? thanks!

thierry
6 Seventy-Five Seconds
stream track Time To Blow the Whistle On This
01:19 
7 Found Sound
stream track I Am Smoking In A Room
05:34 
8 Middle America
stream track All Intention is Distortional
04:56 

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