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Hum​-​Colored Tendrils

by Nathan Corder + Dylan Burchett

Tendril A 37:14
Tendril B 37:09


An object-oriented orchestra by Nathan Corder and Dylan Burchett.

Through a mass of electronics, everyday objects, and audio transducers, composers and improvisers, Nathan Corder and Dylan Burchett, have created a particular style of electro-acoustic performance that simultaneously suggests both the sonic tapestry of David Tudor's Rainforest IV as well as the spontaneity of Voice Crack's live electronic improvisations. The result is a sonic vocabulary that oscillates between fragile and leveling extremes, creating a unique voice that doesn't require a speaker.
Recorded at the Center for Contemporary Music at Mills College, the piece is for various everyday objects (tea pot, water jugs, metal sheets, glass jars, etc.) fixed with transducers and contact microphones. All of the sounds are either electronic sounds transduced through the objects, or audio feedback between the transducers and contact microphones, mediated by the physical material of the objects.


released April 11, 2019

Photo: Jane Kang
Design: Kate Carr


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