Negative Sound Study

(Alga Marghen) Used LP (one-sided) $28.00

Remaining unheard for thirty-three years, Negative Sound Study was composed in 1969 directly on a Buchla 100-System at the Intermedia Centre of the New York University, fulfilling Palestine’s interest in creating an enormous, sonorous, three-dimensional sculptural canvas in mid-air using electronically produced sounds. The first experiments were done with simple sine tone generators emitting pure sound waves without overtones. With access to more complex systems, it was constructed using the sine, sawtooth, and square wave oscillators in a fluid mix in which the addition and filtering of overtones and white noise created sonorities of constantly shifting timbre and weight. De rigueur Alga Marghen seam split on top edge of jacket. Edition of 290