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radia #610 Täglich Tapes & DIE ZWEITE HÄLFTE

by Lucinda Guy for Soundart Radio (Dartington, UK)

radia #610: Täglich Tapes
by Lucinda Guy for Soundart Radio (Dartington, UK)

With my family, I spent October at the Radio Revolten Festival in Halle (Saale) along with many other Radia artists, and the global radio art community. This extraordinary, elaborate, dignified and vital event broadcast live on FM and MW in the city, and through many other channels. Live art surrounded us, including performances at the festival HQ, and a rich sense of community, built through artistic collaborations, late night conversations, shared food, and care for one another and for those we were broadcasting to. As the outside world felt at danger from the rise of reactive, violent political perspectives, the need to broadcast art, and for that art to be whatever it needed to be, felt increasingly significant.

30 days of Radio Revolten, 30 C15 cassette tapes, 1 tape filled each day. 1 minute of each tape is selected here for you.

Thanks, love and apologies to everyone at Revolten, particularly those whose voices have unwittingly appeared coypu_tapehere.

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DIE ZWEITE HÄLFTE präsentiert:
Eine weitere "Radio Revolten Festival" Trasmission, jedoch zehn Jahre zuvor, aus dem Jahr 2006.

radia #107: An experiment in transmitter feedback
by Knut Aufermann for Resonance104.4fm (London, UK)

During the RadioRevolten festival in 2006 Sarah Washington and Knut Aufermann used two local FM transmitters to create feedback music.

RadioRevolten was a month-long festival organised by the new Radia member Radio Corax in Halle (Saale) in Germany. For the duration of the festival Radio Corax was allowed to broadcast on two different frequencies, one frequency carrying much of their ususal programme, and the other being used exclusively for special broadcasts for the festival. Sarah Washington and Knut Aufermann used this duplicated setup to create live radio feedback with both available transmitters, thus performing each on a separate frequency. The listeners in Halle were asked to listen to both frequencies at the same time by using two radios. Here you can hear the combined sounds of both transmitters feeding back in a special edit for the Radia network.

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