c. reider is a listener, composer, netlabel manager, and active networker. he is interetsed in sounds about things losing form; sounds about things getting blurry; sounds about entropy. equal parts conveyor belt and frog swamp. he lives in northern colorado, in the united states.
in 2015, my friend jeph jerman sent me a very lovely lathe-cut record. one side has a twelve minute track of the pops and crackles that are typical of vinyl records. all of the sounds in pop variations were derived from that recording, using various techniques, like running the pops & clicks through a de-clicking algorithm, or slowing down the recording to the point where you can hear the needle bouncing at each pop. – c. reider.
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