Philip Mantione | Depth of Field

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Depth of Field

by Philip Mantione

Genre: Avant Garde: Electro-Acoustic
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1. Depth of Field
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2. Social Immune System
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3. HFone
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4. HFtwo
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5. Fabrics
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6. Valuri
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7. Dialtone and Strings
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Depth of Field is a collection of work created over the past two years using field recordings and computer generated sounds. The title draws a sonic parallel with photography and visual imagery in terms of the relative clarity or presence of background and foreground content and the interplay and movement between the two ideas.

Philip Mantione
2011

Track Info:

1. Depth of Field (7:13) - 2011 - based on a field recording of hoot owls in Riverside, CA - 3:00am - Nov. 2011

2. Social Immune System (9:58) - 2011 - based on field recordings at an Occupy LA protest - Oct. 15, 2011 (16-Channel version premiered at the Centre de Cultura Contemporània in Barcelona (CCCB)

3. HFone (6:06) - 2011 - various samples manipulated with custom software written in MAX/Msp called "Headfuck"

4. HFtwo (5:52) - 2011 - same as above

5. Fabrics (8:42) - 2010 - computer generated music manipulated with custom software (Premiered in FILE 2011 at the SESI' Cultural Centre in San Paulo, Brazil)

6. Valuri (7:00) - 2010 - same as above - (Premiered as part of the "Wet Sounds" installation at several locations in the UK organized by Joel Cahen)

7. Dialtone and Strings (9:10) - 2009 - based on samples of telephone sounds and a string orchestra piece called "Traffic for strings" (Premiered as part of SoundLab VII, part of the [NewMediaArtProjectNetwork]:||cologne

© 2009 - 2011 Philip Mantione
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Published by Scattered Music (ASCAP)
Scattered CD 111

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