“Great Freeform Radio”
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Jersey City, New Jersey


Blast from the past: the New England Digital Synclavier, straight outta Dartmouth:

From tin foil to wax (...or was it soap?) to celluloid, shellac, Condensite, and polyvinyl chloride, a chemistry-focused look at the materials used to capture and distribute recorded sound:
(h/t @reaktorplayer)

Dave Sturt and Kavus Torabi of Gong talk about the state of the group today, four years after the passing of co-founder Daevid Allen, and discuss ten potential points of entry into a bewilderingly large back catalogue:

“There's a reason your vacuum, car, potato chips, and many other products are way louder than they need to be." The Fake Sounds Companies Add To Products [video]:

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