1. Stay Regular with Musician Kaki King - S2.E8 "Things Never Before Heard"

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    from SightSense Productions Added 71 1 0

    Hailed by Rolling Stone as “a genre unto herself,” visionary guitar player, and all around great person Kaki King sits down with Jeremy in this week’s Stay Regular. Kaki discusses how she’s integrating new projection techniques into her live show “The Neck is a Bridge to the Body,” her newfound respect for simple melody with her baby, and so much more! Find out more about Kaki King at http://www.kakiking.com/ And stay connected with Birch Coffee at http://www.birchcoffee.com More information about this episode and Stay Regular at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4017600/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1 WWW.SIGHTSENSEPRODUCTIONS.COM

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    • Stay Regular Full Interview with Musician Kaki King - S2.E8 "Things Never Before Heard"

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      Hailed by Rolling Stone as “a genre unto herself,” visionary guitar player, and all around great person Kaki King sits down with Jeremy in this week’s Stay Regular. Kaki discusses how she’s integrating new projection techniques into her live show “The Neck is a Bridge to the Body,” her newfound respect for simple melody with her baby, and so much more! Find out more about Kaki King at http://www.kakiking.com/ And stay connected with Birch Coffee at http://www.birchcoffee.com More information about this episode and Stay Regular at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4017600/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1 WWW.SIGHTSENSEPRODUCTIONS.COM

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      • Instant Coffee Pink Noise

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        Instant Coffee presents PINK NOISE as part of Luminocity www. luminocity.ca Oct 31 to Nov 8 Kamloops BC Canada Instant Coffee: Pink Noise Din Sink Aileen Bryant Mr Vacation Soledad Muñoz Fiegehen and Young Braised Joe Chylan and the Fucks Not Given Ronan McGrath Johan Björck Sinoia Caves Pink Eraser The Pink Lincolns Working with the basic principle that we are hardwired to receive and distinguish certain unique hues of colour, the artist collective Instant Coffee prod to heighten pinkish sentiments. Their ongoing research project Pink Noise drives at colliding and provoking the basic sensory mechanics of colour and sound to form temperamental emotional connections. Their cursory research takes its initial form as part of Luminocity as a gathering place and a series of music performances. Instant Coffee will turn Kamloops’ Rotary Bandshell at Riverside Park into a vibrant pink-washed venue from which to host four evenings of events. Come through the back and delve into a material investigation of pink noise.* *Pink noise is a variant of white noise, which has been reduced in volume and density at each octave. Pure white noise is a combination of all octaves, with each octave doubling in frequency. With pink noise there is the possibility to select a frequency. The number of octaves can be reduced. It may only contain six octaves or be played at six decibels. Its differing and speculative form ultimately results in a noise sound wave that has equal energy at every octave. For Instant Coffee these variables are an opening where sound waves can translate into colour and solid mass. There is a pseudo-science (a space between art, science, design and the absurd) that the artist collective is interested in bringing to the forefront. This is something they see as positive.

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        • Pink Noise Salon

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          from Misha Rabinovich Added 126 0 0

          This comfortable salon invited people to lounge and listen to the ocean while wearing Shellphones, to tune into the pink noise pirate radio station, and to close their eyes to better hear the amplified sound of their own heart beat. Various other noise generators, pink food, and drink will enhance the rejuvenating effects of this Saturday afternoon salon. At 7pm neuroscientist and founder of Inter Space, Tricia MacKenzie, Ph.D., will speak to the relevance of pink noise. Photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/43692282@N03/sets/72157645786912967/ Pink noise is known to have relaxing, meditative effects. It is notable for its occurrence in nature: it’s in the sound of a heart beat, rain hitting the pavement, and ocean waves. It can also be generated electronically—such as for the calibration of audio equipment—but it should not be confused with white noise. White noise is the noise of every frequency driven at maximum energy often associated with the harsh machine-like hiss of static. Pink noise, on the other hand, features an inverse relationship between frequency and volume, so that as the sound gets higher pitched it becomes quieter, and the same amount of noise power is distributed to each octave. It is called pink noise because light with the same power spectrum would appear pink. The Pink Noise Salon also investigates the value of pink noise as a means of filtering cultural over-stimulation. As the day comes to an end, we invite you to rejuvenate with pink noise, enjoy relaxing with others, and to join us following the 7pm talk in humming together. A project by Flux Artists-in-Residence Caitlin Foley and Misha Rabinovich in collaboration with Danny Crump, Jung In Jung, Will Owen, Julius Shmiedel, Tina Kohlmann, and Tricia MacKenzie. This was a salon of 9 installations from wearables to video, pink food and drink, talks, and a public participatory performative aural mediation in the form of a communal hum. The group was led on a few humming and listening meditations inspired by Deep Listening techniques. People were asked to hum together for 5 minutes at a time and the sound was recorded by a stereo microphone. One side of the mic pointed into the center of the sound cave parabolic sound concentrator and one was pointed at the audience arranged in a semicircle. People were led through a test hum, a hum to imitate pink noise, and a trade off hum.

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          • Buckets of Noise

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            This is a 1 minute video of the Bucket of Noise installation. Waterfalls produce the sound of pink noise. The bucket used for putting out fires is turned into a pink noise projecting speaker using a contact resonator. A small amount of water in the bucket modulates the noise to create the shifting effect of howling wind. Bucket of Noise Misha Rabinovich 10 minute loop of pink noise synthesized with Max/MSP, fire bucket, arduino & servo 2014

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            • Sound Thief

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              Sound Thief is a documentary featuring independent musician Jivraj Singh, drummer for Pinknoise, and designer/producer. Born to parents who lived life on the road and made music, music was not so much a glamorous externality as much as a way of life for Jivraj. Watch us as we talk to him about his personal experiences and how they've impacted his music, as well as show you a lesser known musical fascination of his. All sounds for the film & soundtrack have been live recorded at Malik Bazaar, Kolkata. Sound : https://soundcloud.com/jivrajsingh/sound-thief/s-3sjoW Thief : https://www.facebook.com/jivrajsingh Featured Artist - Jivraj Singh Direction - Aditya Kapur Cinematography - Arnold Fernandes, Aditya Kapur Assistance in Direction - Sombit Mondal Producer - Aastha Singh Editor - Rajdeep Mitra Sound Recordist - Sombit Mondal Sound Editor - Aniruddh Singh Colorist - Aditya Kapur Special Thanks - Gairik Sarkar, Tanaya Saigal Production - Autorickshaw Productions

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              • Pink Noise by Rebecca Plotnick

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                from Carleton CAMS Added 70 1 5

                Final project for Non-Fiction class A look at the interaction between the mind and the tools we use everyday. Quote from: http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2010/03/heidegger-tools/

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                • Stay At Home Episode 2

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                  from Ben Jaeger-Thomas Added 573 1 0

                  Ben is in the city for an audition with Jack but things don't go quite the way he planned. A huge thanks to Brendan Hines for the use of his song "Occasions" from his album "Good For You Know Who." You can check out more about this talented Actor/Singer-Songwriter at his website http://thebrendanhines.com/ And another huge thanks to Michael Maxwell and the use of his recording studio for this episode. An amazing guy and a professional for all your audio needs. http://pinknoise.com/

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                  • Pink Noise by Rebecca Plotnick

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                    Self Portrait exploring the idea of patterns and the extended mind. Pink Noise from http://www.audiocheck.net/ Quote by Tony Chemero http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2010/03/heidegger-tools/

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                    • Sound Thief / Teaser

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                      from Autorickshaw Productions Added 23K 123 10

                      Watch the full film at : https://vimeo.com/89938844 Sound Thief is a documentary featuring independent musician Jivraj 'Jiver' Singh, drummer for Pinknoise, and electronic percussionist. Born to parents who lived life on the road and made music, music was not so much a glamorous externality as much as a way of life for Jivraj. Watch us as we talk to him about his personal experiences and how they've impacted his music, as well as show you a lesser known musical fascination of his. Featured Artist - Jivraj Singh Direction - Aditya Kapur Cinematography - Arnold Fernandes, Aditya Kapur Assistance in Direction - Sombit Mondal Producer - Aastha Singh Editor - Rajdeep Mitra Colorist - Gairik Sarkar Graphic design - Priyanka Mehta Production - Autorickshaw Productions

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