NUCLEAR BLACK NOISE
Jerobeam Fenderson (2013)
Nuclear Black Noise was Jerobeam Fenderson's first oscilloscope work and is the counterpart to Nuclear White Noise. Both appeared on the 2013 7" vinyl Nuclear Black Noise • Nuclear White Noise.
A composition for
The same composition is played once with noise frequency bands and once with sine waves. Additive synthesis is used to create similar sound spectra out of harmonics of the fundamental frequency of 50Hz. The noise bands in Nuclear White Noise are filtered out of white noise (a continuous frequency spectrum) and each one is centered around the frequency of the respective sine wave in Nuclear Black Noise. For the latter there is a videoclip, showing lissajous figures on an oscilloscope, created through phase differences on both channels.
Double 7" Vinyl | Cat. No.: OM001 | Ordia Muszc
Special edition of 50 copies with one white and one black record, both with laser-engraved backsides.
7" Vinyl | Cat. No.: OM001A | Ordia Muszc
Regular edition of 250 copies.