Framework (#Resonance_FM), Earscape “Insects” (#paysage_sonore d’#insectes)
this edition of framework:afield has been produced in germany by regular contributor d.l. lutz. notes from the producer:
“Some hear bug music, some hear people music. All depends on your ears,” wrote Wafu in 1866 in Kyoto, according to David Rothenberg. This earscape is meant to zoom you right into the microscopic world of insects.
For a lot of sound artists, this acoustic realm seems to be fascinating – maybe primarily because the different scale of these beings also results in completely different dynamics of movement and articulation. “Insects” concentrates on this aspect; harvestmen fluttering around lamplights, myriads of maggots crawling on a compost pile, orientation flights of bees and cricket talks are examples of the rich morphology of insect sound.