This is the track "Saviour" being performed live at The Ringside by "Counting to Zero"
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Remix of the Fabulous title track from one of my favourite acts, Collide. Make sure to check out the original first!
Check out their latest video for "Bending and Floating" here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XFACAXBUUA
May fix this up a little in coming weeks but it sounds pretty fine as is. Got a real 90s kind of vibe to it, reminescant of all sorts of acts like Prodigy, Everything but the Girl etc. while still having some of that industrial vibe.
Really like the bass I added in this. It's actually a distorted Megadrive Bass panned with an NES pulse wave bass. Also added some guitar parts - the first 2 guitar parts are the original, rest are mine. Couldn't nail the original tone but captured the feel of it somewhat.
Phonic Art graduate c2z writes dark & dirty Electro dance composed mostly on as many Nintendo DS as possible through effects & DJ mixer. c2z also creates acoustic sculpture, sound installations, ambient works and remixes.
He played at TWO and has since been stage invaded by a whale. You can find him on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/c2z23
Encrypted Exosphere is a collection of sounds from The Galacticon Cyper. Some may regard these sounds as music.
These tracks combine ambient recording, abused musical instruments, binaural beats and digital signal processing.
There is a heavy emphasis on low-frequency infrabass and sub-bass notes ranging from 8 to 32Hz. For maximum effect listen to the lossless audio files (available to download soon) through good quality headphones or HiFi in a darkened room with the volume just slightly below uncomfortable levels.*
These recordings are psychoacoustic experiences ranging from relaxation to downright unsettling. If you feel unwell while listening to these sounds please take regular breaks.
Vivid auditory, visual and tactile hallucinations are fully intentional.
Listening is not recommended for anyone suffering from medical or psychiatric illnesses - please consult your physician and/or psychiatrist if you think you could be affected.
*Listening at excessive sound levels may damage your hearing as well as resonant glass/ceramic objects, unsecured masonry and can loosen dental implants.
Mashup of Crystal Castles' 'Suffocation' and Em Eff's 'Light is (Not) Off'
Remix, production and additional Korg DS-10+ material by c2z
More c2z remixes at www.soundcloud.com/c2zrmx
From Nye Parry's 'Playing the Bridge' group composition at Scale Lane Bridge, March 2017 - This was part of the run-through for the performance recorded on site in February 2017, with York Assembled and other local performers such as Rich & Lou Duffy-Howard, Stephen Unsworth, and c2z.
Photo by Rich Duffy-Howard
Vicky Foster's poem 'Why I Love Where I Live' with the musical accompaniment of Sigur Rós' Starálfur, including Vitamin String Quartet's version of the song.
Voice recording courtesy of BBC3, edit by c2z
Process piece composed in 20 minutes to demonstrate sonic arts at Edinburgh Street Community Centre during the Growing Your Creative Space consultation on 17th February 2018.
Many thanks to Gosha and the two PCSOs for participating in the recording and wordplay and special thanks to Kaylara for supporting the session.
Track comprises initial dry run then live run with audience, each approx 1'20" duration.
This piece also began with a process piece called 'Installed on this Machine' at the Hooper Building, where every computer on the top floor was 'booked', a speaker added, and recordings played back at random from CD whilst baffled students attempted to continue work using computers I had hired. There were noise complaints.
Installed on This Edge was a re-interpretation and collaboration five years after '...Machine'; this included elements from Kate Young's 'Edge' recordings, along with modified versions of the original elements of '...Machine'.
Installed on This Edge took place at Leeds Met University; speakers were replaced with 'Soundbug' devices invented by Feonic at Hull University, who loaned us 30 Soundbugs which use piezoelectric crystals to turn any surface into a speaker.
I must make it clear, this is not my material, this is three tracks by the amazing Iamamiwhoami (check her youtube channel, it's amazing!) that I mashed together with some samples from bjork's 'Vespertine'.
More c2z remixes at www.soundcloud.com/c2zrmx
Composed, recorded, produced and engineered by c2z exclusively on the Nintendo DS running Korg DS-10+ software in the space of approximately 24 hours. Also includes direct soundboard recording from live version filmed the night before as part of the Youtube link below the 'Cloud player.