Tag: sound-text

a sound-text is language written or collected, not be meaning but by sound. you may ask, “how is that different from verse?.” one difference may be metrics—the formal norms followed in poetry usually measured in syllable count. sound-texts are only concerned with the inclusion of certain sounds. Kenneth Goldsmith uses this techniques in creating text pieces and even entire books

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    Williams Tells of Rights

    Also known as Piece for Amplified Snare Drum, Williams Tells of Rights (WTR) is a sound song for speech activated snare drum which I composed in 1994 at the request of my dear friend, percussionist Jan Williams. It has also been presented as a sound installation