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"Just Before Diwali: Field Recordings from North India& « le: septembre 01, 2009, 18:57:10 pm »
Dear friends,

Here's hoping you've had a fine summer. I'm taking a few minutes to share
some new work with you and update you on my activities of late.

I'm very excited to present a new collection of audio gathered during
recent travels. Entitled "Just Before Diwali: Field Recordings from North
India", it's available as a free mp3 download on the web label Wandering

And make sure to check out other field recording-related audio from around
the planet on the Wandering Ear site, which I co-curate with my friend
Nathan Larson:

I've also been making some music with friends lately. There's an excerpt
from a trio of myself, Tim Glenn, and Charles Gillett performing at the
iQuit music series at Rogue Buddha Gallery in Minneapolis, available on
the "performances" page of my web site:

Sometimes I sit in with the amorphous Minneapolis collective Brown
Rainbow. Recently I got together with Charles Gillett and Jaron Childs for
a little Brown Rainbow in Charles' basement:

It's been a crazy year for me... I relocated to Portland OR and then moved
back to Minneapolis (a long story with a happy ending). In any case, the
creativity hasn't ceased...

Recent projects include music composition and audio post production for
webcasts by the Art and Design College of Pasadena; an original score for
the short documentary "Mount Pleasant"; music composition + interview
recording, processing, and remixing for "Project X", an interactive time
capsule created by Portland OR's Hand2Mouth Theater Company and presented
at Seattle's 2008 Bumbershoot Festival; live Foley effects for a workshop
of "Hawking", a play by Lonnie Carter at the Playwrights Center in
Minneapolis; sound design for "Gender Bender", produced by Mixed Blood
Theater for the Domestic Abuse Project's "Bridging Perspecives"
conference; and voiceover recording for Laura Holway's "Edina State of
Mind" dance piece at the Soap Factory's Artery 24 presentation.

Recently I mixed location audio on set for web trailers produced by the
Playwrights Center, and I'll be diving into original music and audio post
production for these soon. Always new projects on the horizon... stay

And please forgive me if this message is a dupe. I tried to send it to
this group before, but it doesn't look like it went through.


Mike Hallenbeck
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