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Source
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NEMO 009-1
year: 2002

project coordinator:Matt Davignon
mastering: Matt Davignon
artwork:Anders Östberg


Source and Product are actually one project. The premise was: For Source, everyone contributes 5 minutes of sounds. For Product, everyone contributes music using Source tracks as the only sound source.

These tracks weren´t really intended as standalone musical compositions in the way that the other collections were.

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The copyright to each song belongs to the respective artist.
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  (ct) artist stream / download mp3 min
1 Ryan Novak
stream trackload mp3   two prepared (a butterknife I think) guitars
00:24 
2 Ryan Novak
stream trackload mp3   lots of overdubbed guitars playing the same note
00:29 
3 Ryan Novak
stream trackload mp3   shrieking "bowed" guitars
00:16 
4 Ryan Novak
stream trackload mp3   groaning door hinges on left, some tape feedback on right
00:34 
5 Ryan Novak
stream trackload mp3   speaker and microphone feeding back in weird ways (with effects)
00:21 
6 Ryan Novak
stream trackload mp3   same sort of thing
00:31 
7 Ryan Novak
stream trackload mp3   drum machine left; tapped, prepared guitars right
00:47 
8 Ryan Novak
stream trackload mp3   overly busy drum machine left, noisy guitar sounds right
00:28 
9 Ryan Novak
stream trackload mp3   a flute and some percussion in a silo
00:16 
10 Ryan Novak
stream trackload mp3   playing the ladder rungs in the silo
00:26 
11 Ryan Novak
stream trackload mp3   Eskimo chanting
00:14 
12 Nate Groth
stream trackload mp3   SFX
00:10 
13 Nate Groth
stream trackload mp3   portamento synth
00:19 
14 Nate Groth
stream trackload mp3   arp loop
00:20 
15 Nate Groth
stream trackload mp3   organ madness
00:21 
16 Nate Groth
stream trackload mp3   ping pong
00:22 
17 Nate Groth
stream trackload mp3   jazzy bleeps
00:31 
18 Nate Groth
stream trackload mp3   space diner
00:17 
19 Nate Groth
stream trackload mp3   reversal of fortune
00:15 
20 Nate Groth
stream trackload mp3   decoder ring modulation
00:09 
21 Nate Groth
stream trackload mp3   ministry meets goldie
00:26 
22 Nate Groth
stream trackload mp3   sample & hold drums
00:17 
23 Nate Groth
stream trackload mp3   nintendo drums
00:15 
24 Nate Groth
stream trackload mp3   Chief Joseph speaks
00:30 
25 Nate Groth
stream trackload mp3   Pat Robertson babbles
00:28 
26 Matt Davignon
stream trackload mp3   slowed down/edited violin sample
00:55 
27 Matt Davignon
stream trackload mp3   distorted tape of tarot reading
00:34 
28 Matt Davignon
stream trackload mp3   backwards acoustic guitar and udu echo
00:59 
29 Matt Davignon
stream trackload mp3   freezer shelves
00:54 
30 Matt Davignon
stream trackload mp3   straw
00:13 
31 Matt Davignon
stream trackload mp3   drum machine
00:54 
   
comment 08.10.2004: Michael Peters
  this blew my mind, man
32 Matt Davignon
stream trackload mp3   40's loop
00:11 
33 Big City Orchestra
stream trackload mp3   BCO 1
02:42 
34 Big City Orchestra
stream trackload mp3   BCO 2
02:14 
35 The Bran Flakes
stream trackload mp3   Bus
01:02 
36 The Bran Flakes
stream trackload mp3   Percussion
00:33 
37 The Bran Flakes
stream trackload mp3   Sound
01:06 
38 The Bran Flakes
stream trackload mp3   Stomach
00:57 
39 The Bran Flakes
stream trackload mp3   Sunbeam
01:11 
40 Aliensporebomb
stream trackload mp3   Everything seems normal now
Part of an unfinished backing track that begged to be used for something.
00:56 
41 Aliensporebomb
stream trackload mp3   An ocean of waves
A synthesizer meditation that was laying unused that cried out for participation.
00:57 
42 Aliensporebomb
stream trackload mp3   Hallucinogen Shoe
An extremely difficult to finger chord arpeggiated, played backwards and looped
through extensive processing (Lexicon Vortex, assorted computer manipulation).
00:38 
43 Aliensporebomb
stream trackload mp3   Aluminum locust rest interval in the sun
Reversed synthesizer texture evolving over time.
00:55 
44 Aliensporebomb
stream trackload mp3   Tribal part II
A section of an unused track that had an interesting melodic repetition.
01:07 
45 Aliensporebomb
stream trackload mp3   Damelon's door
An unused track included due to the unusual guitar loop texture and
processing. Compression/distortion/flanging/dual delays, vortex.
01:11 
46 Echovirus
stream trackload mp3   singing, pump sound, and flute
00:30 
47 Echovirus
stream trackload mp3   electronic noise and muted sax
00:20 
48 Echovirus
stream trackload mp3   speech loops
00:30 
49 Echovirus
stream trackload mp3   drones and sounds
00:45 
50 Echovirus
stream trackload mp3   guitar riff; electronic noise, rain stick
00:58 
51 Echovirus
stream trackload mp3   rain stick, philosophy, electronic sounds, drum cuts
00:58 
52 Chris Cory
stream trackload mp3   2 casios, talk radio loop, speed & volume manipulated.
01:04 
53 Chris Cory
stream trackload mp3   casio loop, live radio noise, groan sample (sk-1)
01:42 
54 Chris Cory
stream trackload mp3   talk radio loop, live cassette player scratch
02:18 
55 Chris Cory
stream trackload mp3   misc samples compiled
00:12 
56 Chris Cory
stream trackload mp3   saxes, phones, bells, mangled tape loop
00:34 
57 Andy Soto
stream trackload mp3   synth guitar riffs (left and right)
00:36 
58 Andy Soto
stream trackload mp3   Roland Promars Compuphonic Riffs (both channels)
00:49 
59 Andy Soto
stream trackload mp3   sequential circuits beat (left), Korg polisix random arpeggio (right)
00:41 
60 Andy Soto
stream trackload mp3   analog bursts (left), distorted and delayed guitar (right)
00:48 
61 Andy Soto
stream trackload mp3   guitar and synth loop (left), cheesy guitar note progression (right)
01:04 
62 Andy Soto
stream trackload mp3   distorted bass riff (left), vinyl sampled beat (right)
00:43 
63 Andy Soto
stream trackload mp3   vinyl sampled beat (left), out of tune Rhodes (right)
00:51 
64 Andy Soto
stream trackload mp3   atari 2600: Mrs. Pac Man, Asteroids, Space Invaders, Pac Man
00:31 
65 Tim Nelson
stream trackload mp3   ahhhhcapella genuine acoustic phase shift (1981)
Vocals, a Shure mic and an Akai GX4000D open reel tape recorder, with sound-on-sound (-on-sound-on-sound-on-sound-on....). No effects at all. OK, so I listened to a lot of Brian Eno back then...



[Please note that Source was a sample disk, and that the tracks thereupon are not necessarily intended for standalone listening...]

00:16 
66 Tim Nelson
stream trackload mp3   2 part laser beam thing
1971 Fender Precision bass, Roland and Yamaha synths



[Please note that Source was a sample disk, and that the tracks thereupon are not necessarily intended for standalone listening...]

00:19 
67 Tim Nelson
stream trackload mp3   Cyberbiker
1971 Fender Precision bass, Roland and Yamaha synths



[Please note that Source was a sample disk, and that the tracks thereupon are not necessarily intended for standalone listening...]

00:13 
68 Tim Nelson
stream trackload mp3   Organ Donor
[Please note that Source was a sample disk, and that the tracks thereupon are not necessarily intended for standalone listening...]
00:17 
69 Tim Nelson
stream trackload mp3   Somewhere near the clavicle and moving lower
[Please note that Source was a sample disk, and that the tracks thereupon are not necessarily intended for standalone listening...]
00:08 
70 Tim Nelson
stream trackload mp3   Stagger 'n' Lurch
Faux drums, played manually on a keyboard.



[Please note that Source was a sample disk, and that the tracks thereupon are not necessarily intended for standalone listening...]

00:20 
71 Tim Nelson
stream trackload mp3   Whack a Mole
[Please note that Source was a sample disk, and that the tracks thereupon are not necessarily intended for standalone listening...]
00:16 
72 Tim Nelson
stream trackload mp3   Sneaky Bongo Lounge
[Please note that Source was a sample disk, and that the tracks thereupon are not necessarily intended for standalone listening...]
00:18 
73 Tim Nelson
stream trackload mp3   Do spacesuits have zippers?
[Please note that Source was a sample disk, and that the tracks thereupon are not necessarily intended for standalone listening...]
00:15 
74 Tim Nelson
stream trackload mp3   Robert who?
Fender Stratocaster, Akai Headrush



[Please note that Source was a sample disk, and that the tracks thereupon are not necessarily intended for standalone listening...]

00:33 
75 Tim Nelson
stream trackload mp3   Crackle (Floydian Slip)
[Please note that Source was a sample disk, and that the tracks thereupon are not necessarily intended for standalone listening...]
00:16 
76 Tim Nelson
stream trackload mp3   Tubular Smellodrama
[Please note that Source was a sample disk, and that the tracks thereupon are not necessarily intended for standalone listening...]
00:33 
77 Tim Nelson
stream trackload mp3   Some Words from Bill
Hail to the Chief. What IS the meaning of the word 'is', anyway?



[Please note that Source was a sample disk, and that the tracks thereupon are not necessarily intended for standalone listening...]

00:44 
78 Tim Nelson
stream trackload mp3   Bite the wax tadpole (Yueh Chin: Chinese "moon guitar")
[Please note that Source was a sample disk, and that the tracks thereupon are not necessarily intended for standalone listening...]
00:12 
79 Tim Nelson
stream trackload mp3   "Sheik & Baked" (Oud and Dumbek)
I began playing oud in 1988. In 2004, I learned I'd been holding the plectrum completely wrong for 16 years. D'oh!



[Please note that Source was a sample disk, and that the tracks thereupon are not necessarily intended for standalone listening...]

00:10 
80 Brad Knox
stream trackload mp3   a big empty thing
00:56 
81 Brad Knox
stream trackload mp3   a "tribal" sounding loop in 9
00:37 
82 Brad Knox
stream trackload mp3   an undead ebow monstrosity; periodic distortion things
01:18 
83 Brad Knox
stream trackload mp3   a big whiney thing;
00:35 
84 Brad Knox
stream trackload mp3   the moment the ebow actually died
00:25 
85 Brad Knox
stream trackload mp3   2 fifteen second mono loops
00:15 
86 Magicicada
stream trackload mp3   tuning fork; left = spooky things; right = spookier wobbly things
00:15 
87 Magicicada
stream trackload mp3   "Atmosphere B" modulators maxed out
00:49 
88 Magicicada
stream trackload mp3   abu
00:32 
89 Magicicada
stream trackload mp3   aqu
01:08 
90 Magicicada
stream trackload mp3   doorstop tape delay
00:43 
91 Magicicada
stream trackload mp3   thermal
00:50 
92 Magicicada
stream trackload mp3   thermal II
01:02 
93 Magicicada
stream trackload mp3   contact mic on power outlet
00:38 
94 Rafter
stream trackload mp3   A-H
01:12 
95 Rafter
stream trackload mp3   I-N
01:25 
96 Rafter
stream trackload mp3   O-W
01:43 
97 Rafter
stream trackload mp3   V-Z
00:51 
   
comment 27.04.2005: Matt Davignon
  Rafter took the "Source" idea very seriously. In one channel, he's progressing through the alphabet, attempting to make every sound used in the English language. (The intention was for other artists to be able to edit these sounds into words.) In the other channel, he created fairly basic sounds from anything in sight around his studio.


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