Data transfer 2
VA & DAVID VÉLEZ
After more than two years of its original publication by disappeared label EKO (catalogue available at http://semlabel.com/EKO+SKM/), Data transfer 2 is the first of a series of unavailable previously released material that the label plans to publish along the way.
This particular project brought together a series of label collaborators and staff such as Andy Graydon, Christopher McFall, Juan Antonio Nieto, Juan José Calarco and David Vélez.
For this release 14 artists and David teamed for 12 pieces crafted by exchanging sound files through digital media. This is the second exercise of its kind as Data transfer was originally published on 2006 by italian label Zymogen.
Data transfer 2 collaborators:
Manrico Montero (Karras). México -label manager of Mandorla-. Works published by Trente Oiseaux, SEM and Rain music.
Christopher McFall. Kansas City, USA. Works published by test tube, Entr'acte, Sourdine, and/OAR, Con-V and Mistery Sea.
Sascha Neudeck. Austria. Works published by Con-V, and/OAR.
Juan Antonio Nieto (Pangea). Spain. Works published by test tube, Clinical archives, Experimedia.
Hélder Vasconcelos and José Diogo Correia (e:4c). Portugal. test tube.
Darren McClure. Japan. Works published by Standard klik music, Rain music, test tube, The land of.
Kate Carr. Australia. Retinascan. Standard klik music.
Juan José Calarco. Argentina. Label staff. Works published by Mandorla, test tube, Resting Bell, Mystery Sea, SiRiDisc.
Fabian Moncada. Colombia. Zymogen.
Ben Owen. NY -manager of Winds measure recordings-. Works published by Unframed recordings, Con-V, Homophoni.
Gill Arnó. NY -manager of Unframed recordings-. Winds measure recordings, Con-V.
Richard Garet. NY -manager of Contour editions-. Works published by Unframed recordings, Con-V, Non Visual Objects, Winds measure recordings, Leerraum, and/OAR.
Andy Graydon. NY. Works published by Con-V, Non Visual Objects, Winds measure recordings, Leerraum, Line.
David Vélez. Colombia / NY. Label staff. Works published by Standard klik music, test tube, Rain Music, Mandorla, Ripples.
* "Triptych" is by Andy Graydon, based on the work "Sampling of DNA from Construction of Systems for Four Devices for self- deconstructive purposes" by David Velez, which in turn is based on the work "Construction of Systems for Four Devices" by Richard Garet...
"Sampling of DNA from Construction of Systems for Four Devices for self-deconstructive purposes" is by David Vélez, based on the work "Construction of Systems for Four Devices" by Richard Garet. David reserves the right to present this work as he wishes as long as credit is given to Richard's satisfaction.
"Construction of Systems for Four Devices" is by Richard Garet. Sole owner, all rights reserved by Richard Garet. Richard Garet granted permission to David Velez to remix or sample the work if credited appropriately. Richard Garet was aware at all times that David Vélez's remix of "Construction of Systems for Four Devices" would in fact be continued by a final remix or sample by Andy Graydon of David Vélez's work as a last step of a three way collaboration. No additional authorization is granted to remix, alter, or modify "Construction of Systems for Four Devices" without owner's consent.
||Manrico Montero, David Vélez
||Christopher McFall, David Vélez
||Sascha Neudeck, David Vélez
||Juan Antonio Nieto, David Vélez
||Hélder Vasconcelos, José D. Correia, David Vélez
||Darren McClure, David Vélez
||Kate Carr, David Vélez
||Juan José Calarco, David Vélez
'Recuerdos sin memoria'
||Fabián Moncada, David Vélez
||Ben Owen, David Vélez
||Gill Arnó, David Vélez
||Richard Garet, Andy Graydon, David Vélez
||Complete package (Artwork + Mp3 Sound files)
©2009 David Vélez
©2007 VA & David Vélez/EKO netlabel
©2010 Impulsive Habitat
This work is licensed under a BY-NC-SA 3.0
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