Resonances of a communal garden gate and a trace of architectural turntablism

This piece started with a recording of a tall metal gate, sounded by the breeze and nearby vibrations, leading to a shared garden space in the middle of a rectangle of apartments in Copenhagen. The gate was recorded using JrF c-series contact microphones and the audio was then pressed onto a locked groove dub-plate, played back until the surface began to erode, leaving an even slighter trace of the original resonances.

The record was then placed in the Copenhagen central library sound department

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