Experimental Sound & Radio

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Artwork making and feedback have concentrated typically at the visible media. This e-book, which initially seemed as a distinct factor of TDR/The Drama overview, explores the myriad aesthetic, cultural, and experimental probabilities of radiophony and sound paintings. Taking the procedure that there's no unmarried entity that constitutes “radio,” yet particularly a large number of radios, the essays discover a number of points of its gear, perform, types, and utopias. The methods contain old, political, renowned cultural, archeological, semiotic, and feminist. issues comprise the formal homes of radiophony, the disembodiment of the radiophonic voice, aesthetic implications of psychopathology, gender variations in broadcast musical voices and in narrative radio, erotic fable, and radio as an digital souvenir mori.

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Although this at first occasioned considerable consternation on Schreber’s part, he ultimately began to realize that his progressive feminization had an up side: intense voluptuousness. ” When, for example, he was confounded and attacked by senseless phrases sent to him through his nerves, he was able to render these phrases more palatable and personal by invoking the forces of soul-voluptuousness. He also observed that the nerves themselves were less foreign, less “terrified” when they entered his body, due to the pleasant sensation of soul-voluptuousness: “But the attraction lost all its terror for these nerves, if and to the extent they met a feeling of soulvoluptuousness in my body” (Schreber [] :).

I fully accept this suggestion. ” . Regarding the biological and evolutionary sciences, Schreber makes reference in a footnote in the Memoirs to a number of texts that he had already read prior to his illness (see Schreber [] :, fn. ). References Cohen, Bernard  Revolution in Science. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. ” In Standard Edition, vol. . London: Hogarth Press. Karger, S. ” Monatsschrift für Psychiatrie und Neurologie, . Lothane, Zvi  In Defense of Schreber: Soul Murder and Psychiatry.

Roberts, Allen S. Weiss, –. Albany: State University of New York Press.  HeadHole Malfunctions and Dysfunctions of an FM Exciter Christof Migone Quietly, let’s unplug everything, blindfolded. Ears plugged, nose clamped, tongue tied, let’s strip the hardware off radio. The exciter, heart of the FM transmitter, comes last. Once off, the purring winds down and we find ourselves radiophilic without transmitter. Commonly, the resultant dead air spells anguish and panic. No longer can the signal signify the voice and radiate it with power.

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