Jingle suggestion

Radia jingle feb2006.
List of radio stations: Resonance, Tilos, Cult, Campus, Reboot, Orange, Kanal 103, Grenouille, RIIST, Kunstradio.
I’ve got a “Zero” track, when we have to change 🙂

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Radia #45 – a forgotten post

Sorry for forgetting. This post is for archive.
Radia #45 introduced first sounds from Marseille. (First contribution from Radio Grenouille to Radia)

Playlist: Un rĂ©sumĂ© de rue (summary of a street) by David Bouvard. Angambi dans la communautĂ© (Trouble in the community), an improvisation by Arno Calleja and Laure Maternati. MĂ©diterranĂ©e, by Jeanine Denis, street singer. Cut up radio et vie intime sur dictaphone (Radio cut-up and intimate life on dictaphone), by Amy Chauveau. Les cartes, Carmen (Cards, Carmen), an excerpt from On a toujours Ă©tĂ© sĂ©parĂ©s (We’ve always been apart), from a conversation between Sarah KĂ©ryna and her grandmother. Recording by Sarah KĂ©ryna, editing and mix by Paule Anders. Cheminement, deuxième partie (Development, 2nd part), by PĂ´m Bouvier B.

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Radia 044 – essays on Radio (can I have two minutes of your time?)

From RIIST – Future Radio Zero

(the nera maling list as the directions for the treasure chest…)

From Cronica (the folks who did this)

“Essays on Radio aims to comment on the sound medium, on the technology
and the culture of radio.

In the midst of media saturation, radio can easily end by being an
overlooked medium, not only due to its lower visibility compared to
most mainstream media but mostly because it is an un-visual medium. It
is also one of the longer standing and of the oldest electronic media
that is still alive, so the novelty factor is not a help.

Radio was the first broadcast medium, as well as the first that was
sound-specific and intangible. Historically, radio was the primary
responsible for an awareness of sound that went beyond the strict scope
of music.

Radio is a saturated live medium, where much happens simultaneously.
Having little or no control about the sources and the interferences
during broadcast and reception turns radio into a medium where we can
easily and objectively experience noise. Therefore, it was probably
through radio that many first heard white noise. It was probably with a
radio receiver that many first modulated noise as it was probably
through radio that we experienced randomness along with the lack of
control and indeterminacy.

This theme was intended to provide the artists with a starting point to
approach the work. Unlike we did in the previous compilation, there
would be no audio sources provided to the artists beforehand. In this
release, what we were looking for were not exercises on composing from
shaping any given sound matter but rather on relating the musical
pieces to this particular context: Radio.

As a further way to coherently organize the CD, we asked all the
artists to produce the pieces with a fixed duration. This symbolic
length allowed us to fit work from some of the artists we released so
far and a few selected guests and it also served as a strong structure
binding all the compositions together. Given the fact that we are
closing the 2nd year of CrĂłnica releases, we proposed that all tracks
should have the fixed duration of 2 minutes, exactly.

Therefore the sub-title: Can I have two minutes of your time?”

Radia 42 – Tilos

International Language Course from Beginner to Master
-useful soundsculpture for natives of foreign civilizations

Artist: Antal Vida / vidatoni
Radio: Radio Tilos/Radio Tordas
Year: 2006
Total Time: 56:16
:: no jingle ::

It is a great challenge for a sound-sculptor usually juggling with words and sentences to produce a mix that is enjoyable for listeners of any mother-tongue. This is why in the first five minutes you are taught some Hungarian, then you get to the advanced level. I promise you get to the level of a native speaker in an hour! Naturally, the information is filled into your brain in brotherly portions, and in every five minutes you are taken for a face wash in the music of the most refreshing European languages.

Vidatoni is a sound artist, doing both talkradio and radioart in Tilos. He is also running his very own small community radio (Radio Tordas) from his livingroom in his home village near Budapest, while his garden houses the only local cinema in the neighbourhood, making it one of the most enviable ones at that. Yes, indeed, he has the kind of rare ability to make people speak the same language.

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Radia #41

Here is Radia from… Bulgaria
http://radio.cult.bg/~KEi/audio/RADIA_by_tkrst-Ressonoria_-_the_republic_of_
sound.mp3

length: 30 min
language: Bulgaria
Radia jingle: no

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Ressonoria – The Airport – Republic of the sound.
A mockumentary by tkrst
About tkrst:

1974
Graduated in Theatre critics.
No music education.
Seriously involved in music for 15 years through
different bands and frequently ceased projects.
Working as tkrst – solo – since 2000.
I investigate the social and political connections
that music is burdened to maintain.
Mediocre anarchist soul.

Recent projects include:

http://www.cameraelectronica.redhouse-sofia.org

About Resonoria

res=republic
sonoria=sound

Anti-utopic static story about a country-airport,
The whole political moral is manifested in forcing absurd sound limits,
frequency sell, prison for violators.
Anti-utopia aimed at the airport of all sound experimentalists, full of
bites- like the name of the airport is called ” frequenz shumen” (shumen is
“noisy” in bulgarian). of course the end the naivety smashes the airport and
ends the game.

Radia #40

Radia Season 5 show 1 (Radia 40) from Resonance FM
Dead by Dawn
This radio piece by Tom Wallace deals with clinical reports of people (mainly young drug abusers) who die whilst in hospital. The reading of their unfortunate medical histories is underscored with an electronic music composition made from hospital noises. The piece has been played once on Resonance fm, but was hidden in a larger programme due to the sensitiity of the theme.

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