Some more good news for 2017: Super Sensor magazine, whose "physical" edition comes in a USB stick form, will soon be available as soon as I receive my copies in the mail.
This is good news particularly because this archives some of my pieces that have not been available in the English language yet, haven't been made public in any form, or have disappeared from their previous homes on the Web. Some of the text contents include:
- A New High in Low: Adventures in Low-Bitrate Audio
- Born to Corrode: interview with Scott Konzelmann / Chop Shop
- Doing by Not Doing? Minimal Package Design in Techno Music
- I Am The Others - CM von Hausswolff
- John Gray's "Silence of the Animals" - a review
- Lemurs over Laptopia: Will New Performance Interfaces Rejuvenate Electronic Music?
- No More 'The Other Shore': In Conversation with Yan Jun
- Casey O'Callaghan's "Sounds": A Primer
- Our Presence Together in Chaos: Branca vs. Cage Revisited
- Roc Jimenez de Cisneros: The State of Radical Computer Music
- Something In The Air: Post-Industrial Music and Control Society
- Timo Kahlen's "Earcatcher" Retrospective - review
- Welcome to 2084: The Age of Overload Aesthetics
- Whose Noise Is It Anyway?
In addition, there will be two full (half hour) audio pieces included here, and a video. I'd advise any interested parties to check my web shop within the next two weeks, as I'll post ordering information immediately upon receipt of my copies.
This is, of course, a collaborative project, though I'm unaware of the full list of other contributors. I don't wish to drop names here, since all the recipients of the original "all call" for contributions might not have actually contributed. All I know is that Francisco Lopez has a very keen curatorial skill, and that my own contributions will merely be a drop in a bucket brimful of radiant knowledge.