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by Byron Westbrook

  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    2010 release on Sedimental Records

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2010 CD release on Sedimental, edition of 500


released September 7, 2010

This album consists of recordings of the audio component of three works for multi-channel audio and video. Each piece was performed with the same distribution system, using either treated recordings of instrumental performances or live guitar feedback as the sound source.

The works were performed with five speakers arranged in a star formation at different height levels. Care has been taken in the recording process to simulate the experience of sitting in the center of a circle of speakers.

*This recording is best heard through high quality headphones or played at a relatively high volume through loudspeakers spread far apart

Track #1
Performed and recorded 8.10.07 at Philosophy Hall, Columbia University, using pre-processed audio from improvisations by Craig Montoro, trumpet; Mike Bigel, electric guitar; Byron Westbrook, autoharp.

Track #2
Live improvised guitar feedback, Byron Westbrook.
Composite of performances:
8.17.06 Williamsburg Studio, Brooklyn
4.28.07 Philosophy Hall, Columbia University.

Track #3/4
Composite of performances:
1.14.07 Tonic, New York City
4.28.07 Philosophy Hall, Columbia University
5.15.07 Lutheran Church of the Messiah, Greenpoint, Brooklyn
5.07.09 Listen/Space, Brooklyn
5.14.09 Williamsburg Studio, Brooklyn

Performed using pre-processed audio from improvisations by
Gene Park, viola; Byron Westbrook, farfisa organ and found sound.
All compositions by Byron Westbrook (ASCAP)
Recorded and mixed by Gene Park and Byron Westbrook with help from Koen Holtkamp on Track #1.
Mastered by Jen Munson


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Byron Westbrook Los Angeles, California

Byron Westbrook is an artist and musician based in Los Angeles making sculptural, immersive electronic compositions. He has releases with Hands in the Dark, Important Records, Umor Rex, Root Strata and Psychic Troubles.

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