Re: studio (re)visionism
>From: Nick Rothwell <nick@...>I'm with Nick! I'm glad to know that he has a new CD out, which will
>> I think the "MAXimalism" reference was a a very funny joke. It is like
>> saying someone is a "ProTooler" or "SoundHacker" or a
>Agreed. My reply was in humour as well. Hence the word "ooh."
>> And please quit your plugs to buy your album!!!
>Why? Is it any worse than the interminable press releases and trade lists?
enable me to check out new trends in (max)imalism. (I'm a studio
(re)visionist myself, but I like to keep tabs on the competition!).
Other business: Is Pauline Oliveros' piece, I of IV, considered to be in
the minimalist genre? I always thought of it as the grandmother of all
feedback/loop pieces and hadn't considered its minimalist aspect. Thanks.
- On Sun, 28 Feb 1999, Rhys Chatham wrote:
> Rhys Chatham <Rhys.Chatham@...>I of IV is simply great. I'm not really interested in the minimalist
> Other business: Is Pauline Oliveros' piece, I of IV, considered to be in
> the minimalist genre? I always thought of it as the grandmother of all
> feedback/loop pieces and hadn't considered its minimalist aspect. Thanks.
debate, but also, what about Oliveros' use of the turntable as a collage
instrument in the equally beautiful Bye, Bye Butterfly? I still think
she hasn't been given the wider recognition she is deserving. What about
a Wire primer? Has one been done?