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Henri Lefebvre und Rhythmanalysis

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Miyazaki geht in seinem Buch Algorhytmisierung von Platons Definition des Rhythmus als einer zeitlich strukturierten Ordnung von Bewegung aus, wobei Rhythmus immer schon in Relation zu Produktion und Perzeption steht. In diesem Kontext messen Medien die physikalische Effektivität der Materie und ihrer Signale, die durch die jeweiligen Sinne perzipiert werden. Miyazaki differenziert klar zwischen Takt […]

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Laruelle und Tick-Tock

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Das Laruellsche Konzept der Superposition eröffnet zwei verschiedene Bearbeitungen eines sonischen Denkens als Nicht-Repäsentation. Während auf der einen Seite die Inkommensurabilität jeder Geschlossenheit von Sound, hermetisch abgeriegelt gegenüber anderen Materialien, Paradigmen und Theorien, illustriert wird, so auf der anderen Seite die Inkommensurabilität der Relation und des Austauschs von Sound, Austausch, der damit porös genug wird, […]

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Thomas Köner and the music of Mille Plateaux

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As the French theoretician of sound Michel Chion has pointed out: “films, television, and other audiovisual media do not just address the eye. They place their spectators – their audio-spectators – in a specific mode of reception, which we shall call audio-vision”. it is clear that audio-vision is a mode of reception that encompasses not […]

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Laruelle and Non-Musicology

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    The Laruellian concept of “superposition” proposes two different treatments of sonic thinking as non-representation (that is, thinking sonically rather than about sound). One illustrates an incommensurability of sound’s closure, hermetically seperated from other material, theories; the other illustrates an incommensurability of the relation and exchange of sound, which is porous enough to permit […]

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Katja Diefenbach interviews Achim Szepanski

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Katja Diefenbach interviews Achim Szepanski(1994) (FORCE INC, MILLE PLATEAUX, RIOT BEATS) KD: Force Inc. has established a Sublabel that is named after the most important book from Deleuze and Guattari, MILLE PLATEAUX. What connection do you see between Techno and post-structuralist theory? AS: According to statements from Foucault his books should function as little tool […]

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-non-music-non-stop –

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-non-music-non-stop – the principle of superposition: Deleuze/Guattari with Laruelle and Laruelle with Deleuze/Guattari. (according to the 4 musicologies of Jarrod Fowler) The laruellian concept of superposition can give advice to two different treatments of sound thinking as non-representation (thinking of sound instead about sound). One illustrates an incommensurability of closure, hermetically seperated from other materials, […]

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-non-music-non-stop –

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-non-music-non-stop – the principle of superposition: Deleuze/Guattari with Laruelle and Laruelle with Deleuze/Guattari. (according to the 4 musicologies of Jarrod Fowler) The laruellian concept of superposition can give advice to two different treatments of sound thinking as non-representation (thinking of sound instead about sound). One illustrates an incommensurability of closure, hermetically seperated from other materials, […]

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Elektronische Musik . Deleuze – Laruelle

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Elektronische Musik – Deleuze – Laruelle Wenn wir Deleuze lesen, begegnen uns Sätze wie: «Das Unhörbare hörbar machen …Der Klang erscheint in seiner reinen Form …Im Klang zählt allein die Intensität, die in der Regel monoton und stets asignifikant ist … Wir hören Diesheiten, Singularitäten, Intensitäten, Kräfte und Affekte.» Und Deleuze spricht nicht nur von […]

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non-frequency-politics

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non-frequency politics is not fuzzy, but ba(BB)el-logic, non-frequency politics is pure machinism, is -non-music-non-stop-. the medium is sound, which belongs to no order of musicnotes or marks. the order of letter is zeroed in quantum, wave and frequency. sound catapults the body into dimensions, where they have forgotten their names, which they have to be. […]

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Rhizomatique – Music

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Here‘s one for fans of the more obscure end of electronic composition and experimental synthesis. If the likes of Hecker or Mark Fell of .SND stir your blood be sure to give this release from Moscow-based artist Pavel Zhagun a listen. Broken up into twenty-four pieces, each around thetwo minute mark, Artificationis a pristine and […]

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