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Tsunoda, Toshiya : Extract From Field Recording Archive [5 CD Box Set]

Label: erstwhile
Product Code: 27167
Catalog Code: ErstPast 001-5
Country: USA
Price: $64.95

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Recording sound comes naturally to Japanese audio explorer Toshiya Tsunoda, capturing and cataloging the audio world he encountered since childhood; in the 90s he set out to observe vibrations from optimum perspectives, using small and contact microphones, and compiling 3 albums of Field Recording Archives, collected here with 2 CDs of previously unpublished recordings.

Tsunoda, Toshiya / Taku Unami: Wovenland

Label: erstwhile
Product Code: 25629
Catalog Code: 084
Country: USA
Price: $14.95

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The liner notes give good detail to each composition from these Japanese sound artists and composers Toshiya Tsunoda and Taku Unami, reworking and transforming field recordings from a diverse set of environmental locations by changing pitch, playback speeds, frequency, amplitude, &., creating 11 compositions, imbuing the mundane with unusual and surprising aural attributes.

Tsunoda, Toshiya / Manfred Werder: Detour

Label: erstwhile
Product Code: 18922
Catalog Code: 071
Country: USA
Price: $14.95

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Wandelweiser artist Manfred Werder and Japanese field recording artist Toshiya Tsunoda in a large, layered work that merges and contrasts natural and urban sounds into a detailed work of subtle ambiance and intriguing sound.

Pisaro, Michael / Toshiya Tsunoda: Crosshatches [2 CDs]

Label: erstwhile
Product Code: 16429
Catalog Code: 066-2
Country: USA
Price: $23.95

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Composer Michael Pisaro teams up with Toshiya Tsunoda for an 85 minute work in 8 sections developed over 14 months, a profound saga of subtle lowercase interactions using electronics and field recordings.