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John Hudak

John Hudak, also called a poet of haikus, has recorded many albums of minimalist recordings that utilize normally undetected noises in such everyday sonic patterns as visitors on the highway. Sometimes Hudak will make use of found noises, but mainly he manipulates resources from field recordings. For quite some time he released some cassette-only produces of experimental recordings. His initial Compact disc was the Japanese-only discharge, Pond, which Hudak toyed with hydrophone recordings of aquatic pests, arriving with some waves of humming drones. The piece was afterwards highlighted at an display on the Whitney Museum of American Artwork in NEW YORK. On Brooklyn Bridge (1998), Hudak uncovered hidden magnetic noises in the famed NEW YORK landmark played with the traffic since it crosses the bridge. 1999’s Don’t BE WORRIED ABOUT Anything, I’ll Speak to You Tomorrow highlighted an altered responding to machine message through the artist’s mom. The softly textured and rhythmic Highway (2001) was documented in the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway. Furthermore to his albums, Hudak in addition has taken component in online audio installations.

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