With the advent of COVID-19,
the world has lost track of the seasons and the time of day.
This work is expressed as sound art.
Whether it is hot or cold, morning or night,
in the sea or outside… On earth or in the sky,
alive or dead. Is it a reality or an illusion?
It’s hard to tell which is which.
The Japan Sea at 10:00 am and 10:00 pm is recorded.
Using 830Hz (G#) as a fundamental,
the frequency at10:00AM is 830Hz or higher,
and 10:00 PM is a mix of frequency bands below830 Hz.
52 Hz, 104 Hz, 207 Hz, 415 Hz, 830 Hz,
1661 Hz, and 3322 Hz.
Sound design with lifted overtones in the vicinity.
録音機材：SENNHEISER, AMBEO MIC
Every year from June to August, the Nanbu wind chimes
are displayed at Mizusawa Station in Oshu City, Iwate Prefecture.
Due to the coronavirus, the installation is half of what it was in previous years,
but with less, the ephemerality is more magical. It has become a world.
録音機材：SENNHEISER AMBEO MIC
This is what happened when we measured the radiation at the Adatara junction in Fukushima Prefecture.
As of August 2017, the level was about 3 micro Sv, and the information in the cafeteria was echoing sadly.
Rather than adding an instrument to a field recording, the The sound source itself has been tampered with. In the field-recorded frequency range, the scale B is used as the base note. 61Hz, 123Hz, 246Hz, 493Hz, 987Hz, 1975Hz, 3951Hz It’s a simple sound design piece that’s just turned up the volume. The original sound source is here.
JAPAN FIELD RECORDINGS NO.022 「A JELLYFISH DRIFTING IN MATSUSHIMA」