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Thomas Tilly - Test​/​Tone Documents album

Thomas Tilly - Test​/​Tone Documents album
Performer: Thomas Tilly
Title: Test​/​Tone Documents
Genre: Audiobooks
Style:Experimental, Field Recording
Released: 2016
MP3 album szie: 1716 mb
FLAC album size: 1359 mb

Le Cébron/Statics and sowers by Thomas Tilly, released 12 October 2017 1. Le Cébron (musique concrète de l'extérieur) 2. Statics and sowers Le Cébron is based on recordings done on a frozen lake. Statics and sowers uses recordings from beehives as well as feedback from a mixing board. Got it. + add. album.

Elaeis guineensis (TÔ) by Thomas Tilly, released 01 January 2005 1. Elaeis guineensis part 1 2. Elaeis guineensis part 2 3. Elaeis guineensis part 3 Recordings for this work have been carried out during a two month trip in guinea. Inspired by nature and animism rites, it's a non documentary vision of a land, propelled by the loss of cultural reference points. Composed and mixed at Césaré studio, France. Initially released on cdr in 2005, remastered in september 2015.

La Cartonnerie/Palais du Tau, Reims (France), 2007. A travers les filtres que constituent les parois d'un bâtiment et les complexes réseaux électriques qui composent son système nerveux, le son transparaît comme une matière résiduelle de son activité, érodée par l’architecture

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Le Cébron/Statics and sowers. Cables & signs (ten underwater field recordings). Elaeis guineensis (TÔ). Thomas Tilly Nantes, France. Contact Thomas Tilly. Streaming and Download help.

Top Contributors - Aurelie Canas Perez, Magdalena Hytros, Rachael Lowe, Tyler Shultz and Johnathan Fahrner. The Thomas Test (also known as Iliacus Test or Iliopsoas Test) is used to measure the flexibility of the hip flexors, which includes the iliopsoas muscle group, the Rectus Femoris, pectineus, gracillus as well as the Tensor Fascia Latae and the sartorius.

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Tracklist

01 DAT 1, location 20 - Unprocessed field recording. 1:20
02 Etazma - Composition made out of sounds taken from Test/Tone sound installation. 22:04
03 Off-site - Stereo recording of the installation Test/Tone, palais du Tau. 20:39
04 DAT 1, location 21 - Unprocessed field recording 5:25
05 DAT 6, location 11 - Unprocessed field recording. 2:49

Credits

  • Composed By – Thomas Tilly
  • Field recordings by – Thomas Tilly

Notes

FR

Test/Tone - Installation pour enregistrements, plans et hauts parleurs. La Cartonnerie/Palais du Tau, Reims (France), 2007.

A travers les filtres que constituent les parois d'un bâtiment et les complexes réseaux électriques qui composent son système nerveux, le son transparaît comme une matière résiduelle de son activité, érodée par l’architecture. La situation géographique de ces phénomènes acoustiques, est, elle, représentative de la nature de cette activité. Test/Tone est un espace d'écoute résultant d'une étude du bâtiment la Cartonnerie, lieu dédié à la diffusion de musiques amplifiées comportant 2 salles de concert, plusieurs studios, locaux techniques et zones d'accueil du public. L'espace est constitué de 10 hauts parleurs diffusant une pièce exclusivement composée de prise de sons issues du bâtiment. Ces enregistrements (vibrations, champs magnétiques, flux de public ou activité des personnels travaillant sur place), mettent en avant des images sonores quasi inaudibles du lieu. La disposition des hauts parleurs dans le dispositif installé est-elle définie par un travail de cartographie établi au fil des captations et faisant apparaitre des zones de flux sonore importantes du site. Test/Tone est un travail de phonographie urbaine, à la fois réduction de la géographie d'un lieu et agrandissement de son environnement sonore.

Thomas Tilly, 2007.

ENG

Test/Tone - Installation for plans, recordings and speakers. La Cartonnerie/Palais du Tau, Reims (France), 2007.

Through the filters constituted by a building's walls and the complex electrical network composing its nervous system, sound appears as a residual matter of the building's activities, eroded by the architecture. The geographical situation of these aucoustical phenomena is representative of this activity's nature.Test/Tone is a listening space, created through a study of the building that hostes La Cartonnerie, dedicated to amplified music and composed by two concert halls, several studios, technical premises and a reception area. The space is defined by ten loudspeakers wich broadcast a work exclusively composed of sound recordings made in the building. These recordings (vibrations, magnetic fields and sounds from influx of visitors or employees working) put foreward some almost inaudible resonant images of the building. The loudspeakers' placing inside the device has been determined while picking up sounds by a cartographical work making the place's most important zones of intense sound flows appear.A work of urban phonography, Test/Tone is both a retranscription on a reduced scale of a place's geography and an enlargement of it's sound environment.

Thomas Tilly, 2007.
credits
released September 1, 2016

All sounds, compositions and installation created and recorded in 2007 for Elektricity Festival by Thomas Tilly. Composed and mixed at Centre de création national Césaré, Reims, 2007. Thanks to Rachel Cordier, Cyril Jollard, Christian Sebille, la Cartonnerie.
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THOMAS TILLY — TEST/TONE DOCUMENTS (CD by Drone Sweet Drone) This particular release comes with a great package consisting of celluloid documents, poster, all in a black aesthetic sleeve, which looks austerely beautiful. I reviewed some of Thomas Tilly's music before, mainly a massive double release in Vital Weekly 934. Much of what he does deals with field recordings and he seems to be taking a more conceptual route into the material. The five pieces on 'Test Tone Documents' is about an installation piece by the name 'Test Tone' for 'plans, recordings and speakers’, which he made for La Cartonnerie/Palais du Tau in Reims (France) in 2007. "Through the filters constituted by a building's walls and the complex electrical network composing its nervous system, sound appears as a residual matter of the building's activities, eroded by the architecture. The geographical situation of these acoustical phenomena is representative of this activity's nature. Test/tone is a listening space, created through a study of the building that hostes La Cartonnerie', it says somewhat mysterious (or crippled; you choose) on the information. But it's all we know about this, and that leaves us with some questions; such as are these pieces built from sounds used in the installation, or are these recordings from the actual installation? That's something we don't know. The compositions have certain spatial qualities, as in: quite some reverb, and consist from time to time of field recordings of apparatus, keys dangling and motorized objects which culminates in ominous drones, so its somewhere half way through dark, atmospheric drones and electro-acoustic music, and all of this presented with a fair bit of noise, so it reminds me of Joe Colley meets Francisco Meirino meets Roel Meelkop meets Marc Behrens; keeping a fine balance between the louder end of electro-acoustic music and the processed sounds using big spaces for further transformation. Music wise I'd say this is a great release. (FdW)––– Address: http://dronesweetdrone.bandcamp.com/