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320 kpbs MP3, available only when purchasing the freq_out print...
freq_out - "Dreamlands" 31:01
Recorded by Jana Winderen at Mucsarnok, Budapest, 23rd February 2007. With thanks to Livia Paldi.
Featured artists: Tommi Grönlund/Petteri Nisunen (FI) Finnbogi Pétursson (IS) Franz Pomassl (AT) BJNilsen (SE) Jacob Kirkegaard (DK) Mike Harding (UK) Kent Tankred (SE) JG Thirlwell (US) PerMagnus Lindborg (SE) Jana Winderen (NO) Maia Urstad (NO) Brandon LaBelle (US), all curated and organised by CM von Hausswolff (SE)
1.10.08 - THE FREQ_OUT ORCHESTRA – 28:46 - 192 kpbs
freq_out 7 took place in September 2008 as part of The Happy New Ears Festival in Kortrijk, Belgium. There was also a performance by THE FREQ_OUT ORCHESTRA on Saturday 13th September, which was recorded by Finnbogi Pétursson and mastered by BJNilsen.
CD - 60:00 - 1 track
The 2nd freq_out cd after Ash 5.8  features the usual suspects; curated and conducted by Carl Michael von Hausswolff, freq_out 2 was recorded and performed for Ultima the Oslo Music Festival 2004, at the Henie-Onstad Kunstsenter, Norway, by: BJNilsen, J. G. Thirlwell, Jacob Kirkegaard, Jana Winderen, Maia Urstad, Kent Tankred, Finnbogi Pétursson, PerMagnus Lindborg, Brandon LaBelle, Franz Pomassl, Mike Harding and Tommi Grönlund & Petteri Nisunen.
Much more 'ambient' than the spikey, threatening sonic conflict of the first freq_out CD [Ash 5.8, 2004], this second piece was featured in frieze magazine
"Each detail, each instance of noise and silence, simply contributes to the kind of complex atmospheric and emotional swelling that most of us think of as the very essence of musicality. It has to be said: as music, Freq_Out provides a hugely enjoyable experience, and it gets better the longer you spend with it, as you gradually become attuned to the variations of this coming together of sound spaces. But it also has to be said that the integrative force of the mix soon gives the territorial metaphor a more precise definition: that of a landscape. For this constantly evolving soundscape most of all evokes the kind of uncontrollable change produced by natural phenomena but viewed as one big sublime process." [Ina Blom]
Mixed by Cato Langnes @ NOTAM & BJNilsen
Mastered by Denis Blackham at Skye Mastering
Photography by Finnbogi Pétursson & Tommi Grönlund
von Hausswolff writes: "We have created a totally new concept for making music. This idea is based upon respect, division and assemblage. The orchestra is dead! The band is dead! The ensemble is dead! Long live the new organic frequency output autocracy! This is the eve of the new music of the 21st Century."
CD - 75:45 - 13 tracks
Finnbogi Pétursson Franz Pommasl BJNilsen Jacob Kirkegaard Mike Harding Kent Tankred J. G. Thirlwell PerMagnus Lindborg Jana Winderen Hans Sydow Brandon LaBelle Petteri Nisunen/Tommi Grönlund & an ensemble piece arranged by BJNilsen [Hazard]
The first CD from the freq_out collective [curator: Carl Michael von Hausswolff] results from the work done by the team at d!sturbances, Copenhagen, June 2003.
1. 5000-11000Hz Petteri Nisunen & Tommi Grönlund
2. 2000-5000Hz Brandon Labelle
3. 1000-2000Hz Hans Sydow
4. 500-1000Hz Jana Winderen
5. 350-500Hz PerMagnus Lindborg
6. 250-350Hz J. G. Thirlwell
7. 180-250Hz Kent Tankred
8. 140-180Hz Mike Harding
9. 90-140Hz Jacob Kirkegaard
10. 65-90Hz BJNilsen
11. 25-65Hz Franz Pommasl
12. 0-25Hz Finnbogi Pétursson
13. Collective [mixed by BJNilsen]