Iron Harvest (Unconstrained Tuning Experimental)

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Iron Harvest for analog modular synthesizer (Korg MS-20 mini) and aural – hand control feedback loop x4

The title refers to the unexploded shells (poison gas and conventional) barb wire and other debris from world war one since found in the fields of France and Belgium. click the picture for a link to a wikipedia article with more information.

2 Responses to “Iron Harvest (Unconstrained Tuning Experimental)”

  1. Bill Newbold says:

    this is what I like! = four by four analog feedback… At this point I am about to build some analog projects in feeding thru to the feed back loops..

    OH this It is .,, and just total modular experimental === /// === x=x, y=y, z=z (I = I) you used your hand right? aural-hand stuff? that is like a theremin ?? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theremin?

    extreme excellence.,, and I was going to play trek tonight because music was not going on at FI It is more music to play on my end now… Loving this piece.. way and awesome..

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