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Forum Topic Title: What is Experimental Music?
Forum Topic Type: Audio / Sound / Music
Forum Topic Detail: As we have experienced, the definition of experimental music changes over time. What used to be considered experimental in the past, such as Industrial Music's metal canister percussion, has become somewhat normalized by the use of sampling and sample triggering in more main-stream music. Furthermore, to what degree should experimental music be recognized as actual music or rhythm? I would assume that a certain amount of listener accessibility be considered whilst creating experimental music. However will this be at the cost of being truly experimental? Please provide us with your thoughts, opinions, & examples of what you would consider experimental music today or in the near future. And, let's set a goal of putting these shared ideas together into a collaborative musical effort.
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What is Experimental Music?
First Name: Kenneth
Last Name: Stollenwerk
Nickname: Audio Filter
Email: audiofilter@gmail.com
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First Name: Kenneth
Last Name: Stollenwerk
Nickname: Audio Filter
Email: audiofilter@gmail.com
Web Presence: www.sonicparlor.com
Bio: View in Member Bios
June 13, 2018 · 11:20:29 PM UTC [ Post ID: 19 ]
To start off this conversation, I wanted to share what I have most recently defined to myself as a type of experimental audio that I believe to be still relevant today. This would be Acousmatic sound, or more simply, the use of sound effects in musical compositions. Acousmatic sound is an expression that was developed to help define sounds that someone hears when they cannot see how the sound is originating, or the cause. Thus a reduction in perception is created when the context is removed. I have long been fascinated with the integration of previously recorded acousmatic sounds into post recorded compositions. These sonic environments, experiences reduced to simply hearing alone, in my opinion compels the listener's imagination to create a new concept of perception as the attention is moved away from viewed physical properties. It is in this new conceptualization where the listener can be governor of their own fantastic concoction of mental environments and visualized journeys.
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June 13, 2018 · 11:30:08 PM UTC [ Post ID: 20 ]
Noise. I've always appreciated the use of noise in musical compositions as a form of experimentation. Whether it is background noise, or machine noise, or simple white/pink noise, I find it fascinating how the brain processes the noise as an aspect of the composition. I say, 'aspect of the composition', because I'm referring to noise that has been injected into a song that possesses usual standard elements such as percussion, guitar, vocals, strings, etc. This injection, in my opinion, somehow gets mentally manifested into the noise becoming part of the rhythm or even being perceived as tonal. I have injected noise into several songs over the years in the music of my current and previous bands. However, one day, I believe that I might try to make a couple compositions that are entirely constructed with only various noises. Maybe this could be a future collaboration project for the collective?! Thoughts anyone?
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