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Bugs
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NEMO 027
year: 2008

project coordinator:Krispen Hartung
mastering: Krispen Hartung
artwork:Krispen Hartung


CT-Bugs is a collection of compositions based on a set of sample recordings of a various insects from around the world. No other sound sources were used other than the insects. The artists, all members of (CT) Collective, manipulated these sample recordings with various effects and audio software, in order to produce their final work of musical art.


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2 Jeffrey Letterly
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"(the cricket marries)" consists of two bug samples: distress signals emitted by a single black fire ant with caught antenna (http://home.olemiss.edu/~hickling, courtesy of R. Hickling) and a cricket (http://freesound.iua.upf.edu, courtesy of monterey2000). The piece relies heavily on pitch and speed shifting the ant's distress signals to create sounds that imitate string instruments, brass instruments, and electronic blips and bleeps. The sound scape of these is then contrasted with the cricket sounds, which sing the Hungarian folk song "The Cricket Marries."
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