Radio Is Dead Favoriting : Playlist from September 18, 2023

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Radio is Dead is a space to foster and showcase creative and experimental radio production by amateur and veteran CKUT volunteers. The broadcasts are often improvised live in the studio and can contain anything from recent digital audio editing experiments, sound collages, electroacoustic compositions, no-input mixer jams, analog effects chain tests, homemade synthesizer workouts... basically anything that involves playing with audio signals.

Every Monday 2 - 3pm (EDT)

Favoriting September 18, 2023: Radia 0834 & 0835

Show 0834: Hello! This is a test by Mark Leahy (Soundart Radio)

All sat frozen and watched the screen.

Code is used when secrets are sent.

Three for a dime, the young peddler cried.

They told wild tales to frighten him.

The core material for this project began with a selection from the Harvard Sentences, and then other materials including phrases from the Modified Rhyme Test, and panphones were added. This collage was then read aloud to an Android tablet and converted to a new text using Google speech to text software. The new text was read to the tablet and a second conversion was performed. That resulting text was then edited and had punctuation added.

Show 0835: Organizized by Gjorgji Janevski (Kanal 103)

“Organizized” is a fragmented diary of radio pleasures in times of pandemic. Music and friendship when we needed them the most, improvised and recorded at the premises of Kanal 103 radio in Skopje.

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(✓ = new, ㏄ = CanCon)

Artist Track
  CKUT ID P006 - saul williams      
  POP Montréal Festival Advert      
  POP Symposium Advert      
  SAAQ 2023 ad      
Mark Leahy  Radia Show 0834: Hello! This is a test by Mark Leahy (Soundart Radio)   Favoriting    
  Jungle Concert 2023      
  The Providencia Show      
  Forest Single & Album Promo      
Gjorgji Janevski  Radia Show 0835: Organizized by Gjorgji Janevski (Kanal 103)   Favoriting    

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