We will BEGIN with Luigi Russolo's method of
"The Art of Noise" Six categories of Futurist Orchestra
1- roars, claps, noises of falling water, driving noises, bellows
2- whistles, snores, snorts
3- whispers, mutterings, rustling, grumbles, grunts, gurgles
4- shrill sounds, cracks, buzzing, jingles, shuffles
5- percussive noises using metal, wood, skin, stone, baked earth, etc.
6- animal and human voices: shouts, moans, screams, laughter, rattlings, sobs
We will use our knowledge of sound and knowledge of the world that grows from ourselves, our families, our communities.
Since we have already explored the sounds and the surroundings of our favorite places, we can now develop an understanding of social and cultural contexts.
MAKE A LIST OF YOUR OWN
"SIX CATEGORIES OF THE FUTURIST ORCHESTRA"
CHOOSE A MUSIC GENRE FOR SAMPLING
CHOOSE YOUR FAVORITE SOUND/NOISE
Sampling is a technique that is now used across all strands of the wide-open musical tapestries of the 21st century. It is constantly being re-invented and applied in new ways.
Check out how much sampling was used across
all broad genres last year:
IF YOU NEED AN ADDITIONAL RECORDING RESOURCE:
LET'S START RECORDING/COLLECTING SOUNDS
EACH OF YOUR RECORDINGS SHOULD NOT BE LONGER THAN 20-25 SECONDS.
TRY RECORDING/COLLECTING AS MANY SOUNDS AS YOU CAN
ONCE YOU HAVE THE SOUND FILES IN YOUR LIST READY, YOU MAY START WORKING ON GARAGEBAND OR AUDACITY TO START EDITING AND MANIPULATING THE SOUNDS YOU RECORDED.