60x60 (2012) Voice Mix

The 60x60 (2012) Voice mix is the first 60x60 mix comprised of works which incorporate the human voice. Thomas Gerwin is the audio coordinator for the 60x60 (2012) Voice Mix. This mix was created for the International Sound Art Festival Berlin 2012.

International Sound Art Festival Berlin 2012 focusses on a very special issue, the most intimate and intuitive way to express oneself through sound: the voice. The human voice is not only an essential part of each and every communication, but also the oldest musical instrument. It expresses since ever most spontaneously, natural und precisely emotions, quite directly as well as artfully formed and modulated. At the same time it is the most important tool to analyze and define matters of the world semantically in a powerful and extremely complex way, if desired. Most seemingly no other instrument can be used (= encoded and decoded/experienced) in such multiple and profound ways as the human voice.

International Sound Art Festival Berlin 2012 approaches the phenomenon through concerts/artistic sound performances, an interactive sound exhibition, through soundwalks and a symposium, which are connected conceptionally counterpointing the field of interest. A focus will be set to the quality of authenticity and to the worlds of experimental noise and environmental sound.

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