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All of the sounds that gamelatrons make are acoustic. The music of the Gamelatron is presented without any amplification. Part of what makes the Gamelatron special is the audience's physical encounter with the resonance of the gongs. The arrangement of the gongs in the space is always a large influence on how the music is perceived. On this page, there are some recordings of different Gamelatrons, but it should be noted that no recording can replicate the experience as the art is intended to be - think of this as for references only.


Circling the Center, a snip of the composition that played night and day in The Temple of Transition.


Download: 9:21 11mb
Circling.mp3
Special thanks to Bradford Smith for the recording.


Live excerpt from GEZ21
(The Gallery of Experimental Sound)
in St. Petersburg, Russia October 2,2010
Download the excerpt 12.3 megs 192k:
Gez21_100210_part.mp3


Live excerpt from Club Vozduh in Moscow, Russia October 9,2010

Download of the entire show, 1:09:28 127mb 256k:
gamelatron_vozduh_09-10-2010.mp3
Special thanks to Dok and Peter Principle for sound engineering. The recording, and live stream of the show is courtesy of Underheaven Soundworx Unity, a technical community supported by the Ambione Foundation.

Bukkan Recorded at 23 windows Studio Brooklyn, September 2009

Download 6:15 7mb 192k:
bukaan_mix_100609.mp3

Kuning: Sun Through The Trees, The comosition behind the yellow button that lives in the east

Download: kuning_sunthroughthetrees.mp3, 2:18 2.6meg


An audio recording of Clock Mode from the Clocktower Gallery presented on Art On Air International

http://clocktower.org/show/gamelatron-clock-mode