Code Name: A-Z
A new project by Ryoji Ikeda comprising 26 sonic frequencies derived from the US military use of morse code. Pressed on transparent hand etched 12″ vinyl, housed in Perfect Image white outer and inner sleeves. Released by The Vinyl Factory on the occasion of Elevation 1049, in collaboration with LUMA Foundation.
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‘Code Name A-Z by Ryoji Ikeda comprises 26 sonic frequencies which form an audio conversation derived from the US military use of morse code. Pressed on transparent 12″ vinyl with 13 locked grooves each side, the title of each hand etched into the grooves.
* 26 sonic frequencies derived from military use of morse code
* Pressed on 12″ transparent vinyl
* 13 locked grooves per side, titles hand etched
* Mastered by Noel Summerville at 3345
* Perfect Image white outer and inner sleeves
* Limited to 300 copies worldwide
Released on the occasion of Elevation 2017, an arts festival in Gstaad produced by LUMA Foundation, where Ryoji is presenting a site-specific installation of Test Pattern.
ALFA >> (converted to morse code) >> .- .-.. ..-. .- >> (sonification with various frequencies) >> 1.8 second sound loop >> locked groove
|Dimensions||12 × 1 × 12 cm|
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